Women’s Reservation Bill Fails To Achieve Success : Government Postpones The Hearings


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The very first session of the 17th Lok Sabha is finally over and in this session there were 35 bills witnessed in more than 37 sittings in which the bills were regarding various issues such as J & K reorganization bill, bill related to the triple talaq issue, bill for the right to information, bill of transgenders and many more.

Apart from all these bills already queued in line, there was a bill that has been busted off now. This bill was made before we entered in the year 2019. If that bill would have passed successfully, then it could have solved many problems of the Bhartiya Janta Party but seems like the government is not in the mood to do so.

The Women’s Reservation Bill also known by the name of “The Constitution Bill (108th Amendment)” is a bill that includes law and rule related to giving power to women by reserving 33% of seats in the Lok Sabha. Previously, this issue was clarified in the year 2010 just prior to a week. 9 years after this bill created has passed and the bill still awaits approval from the Lok Sabha.

In Lok Sabha this particular bill got introduced in the year of 90s, the date was 12th September 1996 and this bill was introduced by the United Front Government of HD Deve Gowda. If this bill was passed, then there would be more than 180+ women contributing to work.


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