BJP plans big gathering of women at Modi meeting in gratitude for reservation bill

  • | Friday | 22nd September, 2023

Varanasi: Amid Bharatiya Janata Party intensifying efforts to mobilise people to take part in Prime Minister Narendra Modis public meeting after laying foundation of international cricket stadium at Ganjari on September 23, the partys Mahila Morcha (womens wing) is preparing to make an impressive strength of women turn out for the rally to express gratitude to Modi for the Nari Shakti Vandan Adhiniyam (womens reservation bill).BJP Mahila Morchas Kashi region unit president Namrata Chaurasia, who led a band of the wings office-bearers and supporters in celebrating introduction of the NSVA at the partys Gulab Bagh office on Wednesday evening, said, Modiji is the pride of Kashi and country and we take part in all his events in big numbers, but, this time, in appreciation of his pro-women move, we will turn out in greater strength at his public meeting in Ganjari on September 23.BJPs Kashi regional unit president Dilip Singh Patel said, We have already finalised plan to ensured huge participation of public at the proposed public meeting as Modiji is adding to the glory of the city with an international cricket stadium. Women from all sections of the society jubilant. Usually, we reserve two to three blocks in the seating plan of PMs public meetings for women, but with our Mahila Morcha making efforts to bring more women in, we will make arrangement at the venue accordingly.Patel had already given the task to party leaders, office bearers and workers of going among people, especially in the vicinity of Ganjari, to invite people at Modis public meeting by Tuesday. On Wednesday, he led the campaign of going among people to invite them. BJPs Kashi region unit medi in charge Navratan Rathi said as per the tasks assigned by Patel, MLC and district president Hansraj Vishwakarma and other leaders moved in Virbhanpur and other villages to meet people and appeal to them to take part in the proposed public meeting.Mahila Morchas district president Vinita Singh, zila panchayat chairpersons Poonam Maurya, former MLA Surendra Narain Audhey and other leaders too got busy meeting people in Kundaria, Belauri, Gangapur and Harpur areas.We also published the following articles recentlyBJP Mahila Morchas Delhi unit thanks PM for introducing womens reservation billThe BJP Mahila Morchas Delhi unit expressed gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and parliamentarians for introducing the womens reservation bill in the Lok Sabha. The bill, called the Narishakti Vandan Adhiniyam, aims to reserve 33% of seats for women in the Lok Sabha and state assemblies. The bill had been pending for 27 years and will come into effect after the delimitation exercise. The Mahila Morcha praised the Prime Minister for introducing the bill and fulfilling a long-pending demand of the countrys women.All-party meeting: Regional parties push for womens reservation billRegional parties, including BJD and BRS, are pushing for the women reservation bill to be tabled in Parliament during the five-day session. The Congress party plans to raise issues such as price rise, unemployment, social conflict, and the situation in Manipur. The all-party meeting was attended by leaders such as Rajnath Singh, Piyush Goyal, and Pralhad Joshi from the government, as well as various opposition leaders from parties like JD(S), DMK, TDP, and AAP.Nari Shakti Vandan Adhiniyam: Key points of womens reservation billThe Indian government has tabled the womens reservation bill in the Lok Sabha, which aims to provide one-third reservation to women in Parliament and state assemblies. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his first speech in the new Parliament building, announced that the bill has been approved by the Union Cabinet. The bill, called the Nari Shakti Vandan Adhiniyam, will only come into effect after the delimitation exercise, which means it cannot be implemented before the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Once passed, the bill will increase the number of women members in Lok Sabha from 82 to 181.

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