New Delhi: The importance of women was discussed at the recently concluded RSS meeting in Pune, Maharashtra. Will the Women’s Bill be passed in the special session of Parliament? The question has arisen.
A three-day meeting of the All India Commoners of Rashtriya Swayam Sevak (RSS), the parent body of the BJP, concluded in Pune last Friday. In this, its president Mohan Bhagwat, BJP president JP Natta and many other dignitaries also participated. There were 266 invitees from 36 organizations. Dr. Manmohan Vaidya, a senior executive of the RSS, emphasized the need for the importance of women.
Dr. Mohan Vaidya, a senior leader of the RSS, said, ‘The role of women in a family is very important. Therefore, women should play an important role in all the systems of our society.
The role of women in all sectors should be increased in RSS-inspired organizations. This was also discussed in the All India Organizers meeting of our organisation.’ mentioned.
Consequently, will the Women’s Bill also be passed in the five-day special session of Parliament starting today on September 18? A controversy has arisen.
Because last week there was talk of changing India’s name to Bharat. Two days before that, in a meeting in Assam, RSS leader Mohan Bhagwat had mentioned that henceforth India should be called Bharat.
Due to this, the talk about the women’s bill that allocates 33 percent in the Lok Sabha and Legislative Assemblies has again arisen.
In this context, in the all party meeting yesterday, the parties including the Congress urged the Central Government to pass the Women’s Bill.
The Women’s Bill was first introduced in the Lok Sabha in 1996 when Deve Gowda was Prime Minister. However, it was not fulfilled because of the coalition government at that time.
However, the bill was introduced in 2010 in the Congress-led UPA regime and passed in the state assembly. This could not be accomplished due to strong opposition in the Lok Sabha. At that time, parties including Congress, Trinamool Congress, DMK and BJP supported the Women’s Bill.
Mulayam Singh of the Samajwadi Party and Lalu Prasad Yadav of the Rashtriya Janata Dal protested.
Thus, when the BJP-led National Democratic Front came to power in 2014, the expectation of this bill increased. For this, in March 2017, Kanimozhi MP on behalf of DMK’s women’s team. A grand procession was held in Delhi.
In this, many women including prominent women leaders participated in large numbers. It is worth recalling that a large number of Congress, Left wing and other leaders participated and supported it.