PM Modi On Women Reservation Bill: In the Rajya Sabha, the upper house of the Parliament, on Tuesday (November 19), Prime Minister Narendra Modi mentioned many matters including G-20, Women’s Reservation Bill, the country’s new Parliament and the old Parliament.
Regarding the Women’s Reservation Bill in Parliament, PM Modi said, “A bill (Women’s Reservation Bill) has been presented in the Lok Sabha. This bill is related to women empowerment. We opened the doors of soldiers’ schools for daughters. Beti Bachao Beti Padhao campaign is not a government programme. The society has adopted it. From Mudra Yojana to Jan Dhan Yojana, women participated enthusiastically. With the help of all the MPs, steps were taken against triple talaq.
He further said, “Today I have come to urge all the honorable MPs of the Rajya Sabha that whenever the bill comes before us, you all should unanimously decide on it.”
What did you say on federalism?
PM Modi said that Rajya Sabha also represents the state. We are seeing that with cooperation many issues have remained such that we can move forward. During the Corona period, the state and the center together defined federalism.
He said that we presented India’s strength not only in times of crisis but also in times of celebration and impressed the world. The G-20 summit took place in Delhi, but before that many meetings regarding it were held in different parts of the country. This is a praise of our federalism. Federalism is also visible in the new Parliament. The states supported us in this. The art that is visible on the walls. Various states sent him.
What did you expect?
PM Modi said that in the old building (old Parliament) we celebrated the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence with great grandeur, but I am confident that the Golden Centenary (100 years of independence) will be of developed India in the new Parliament. Expressing hope, he said that we had reached the fifth economy in the old building, but I am confident that in the new Parliament we will reach the top three economy.
PM Modi said that we will have to develop technologically also. Now everything will be available on iPad. In the beginning it is possible that some colleagues may face difficulty in this. It is the digital age. In such a situation, Parliament will also have to be made a part of it.