Parliament Special Session Live Updates: Modi government has introduced the Women’s Reservation Bill in the Lok Sabha. Through the bill, there is a provision to give 33 percent reservation to women in Lok Sabha and Assembly. Once again a heated argument is being seen between the government and the opposition over the Women’s Reservation Bill. There is a competition between the pros and cons to take credit for the Women’s Reservation Bill.
Congress is calling the Women’s Reservation Bill an old thinking of Sonia Gandhi and is accusing BJP of misleading her. At the same time, BJP is calling the Women’s Reservation Bill as another success of the Modi government. The Women’s Reservation Bill has been described as a historic step. Obviously the Women’s Reservation Bill has faced hurdles many times before but this time BJP is trying hard to implement it.
There was a lot of uproar in the new Parliament
The issue of new technology versus the old era was raised loudly in the new Parliament House when Union Law Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal raised the issue of women’s reservation in the Lok Sabha. Started presenting the attached bill and the opposition parties started creating ruckus by raising the issue of it not being in the agenda and not getting a copy of the bill.
At that time, many government ministers including the Lok Sabha Speaker were seen talking about Digital India and saying that it has been uploaded and MPs can see and read it in the tab next to their seats. Giving clarification on this controversy, sources in the Lok Sabha Secretariat said that in keeping with the well-established practice since 2020, the digital copy of the Constitution (128th Amendment) Bill (Nari Shakti Vandan Bill 2023) was already uploaded on the members’ portal. .