Exclusive: Smriti Irani targets Congress on Women’s Reservation Bill, ‘If there was no talk of delimitation, these same people would have gone to court’

Smriti Irani Exclusive Interview: Union Minister Smriti Irani spoke to ABP News on Thursday (September 21) regarding the Women’s Reservation Bill (Nari Shakti Bandan Act Bill). During this, she mentioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi. While attacking Rahul Gandhi and the opposition fiercely. 

Minority Affairs Minister Smriti Irani said that the Prime Minister in BJP Ever since Narendra Modi started the journey, we have given reservation to 33 percent women in the party organization. 

He said, “In 1971, the government had constituted a committee regarding the status of women. Its report came in 1974. It was mentioned in it that Bharatiya Jana Sangh has said that women should be given constitutional guarantees. We have given it a constitutional form.” 

What did the opposition say?
Women and Child Development Minister Smriti Irani took a dig at the opposition and said that they had to join the voice of PM Modi. On the question of opposition not being able to protest, he said that if PM Modi is there then it is possible. 

Smriti Irani claimed that the Nari Shakti Bandan Act will bring about social changes. He further said that Congress is demanding its implementation now so that  She should go to court on the women’s reservation bill. He did the same in 370 

What did you say on Rahul Gandhi?
Smriti Irani hit back at former Congress President Rahul Gandhi’s statement about immediate implementation of the Women’s Reservation Bill. He said, “Everyone knows that Rahul Gandhi is not an expert on the Constitution. In such a situation, it is requested that people read Article 82 of the Constitution."text-align: justify;">He said that Congress was in power from  2010 to  2014, but those with it  The same parties had opposed it. We supported them regarding Rajya Sabha women’s reservation.

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