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Congress asks BJP to take stand on Reservation Bill

The Feminist’s Quota Bill must be introduced in Lok Sabha during the forthcoming second section of the Budget Parliamentary Session, the Congress urged in a letter to the Bharatiya Janata party on Friday. The declaration by the Congress was made on the same day that BRS head K Kavitha was on a starvation diet to press for the adoption of the long measure in the second quarter of the parliament session, which begins on March 13.

The important Feminist’s Quota Bill was approved in the Rajya Sabha on March 9, 2010, wholly because of the dedication of the Congress management, according to a Twitter post from Congress director general Jairam Ramesh. “Yet, it was unable to win over the Lok Sabha. The Law is still in effect. It is still in progress. Whatever has prevented this from bringing back? “asked Jairam Ramesh.

Congress leader Alka Lamba responded at a media briefing whenever questioned about the law that Congress did not possess a presence in the Lok Sabha and that a governing party had been in place at the time the Rajya Sabha approved the legislation.

They have pledged a 33% quota for women in their 2019 campaign and before that but have remained silent on it despite spending nine years as the ruling party. The Bharatiya Janata Party administration enjoys a vast bulk in the Lok Sabha, ” Alka Lamba said.

“We urge that perhaps the Bharatiya Janata Party administration declare their opinion known and present the Feminist’s Quota Act in Lok Sabha as well as safeguard the interests of women,” Jairam Ramesh remarked. “The Parliamentary sessions are approaching.

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