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Why the vote on the women's bill is important

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Asked by cnanu shree, 05 Mar '10 07:21 pm
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Women, the largest minority of India may get a delightful reason to celebrate on March 8, 2010, the centenary year of International Women's Day, if the floor-managers of the United Progressive Alliance government succeed in putting to vote the Women's Reservation Bill (108th Amendment) Bill, 2008 in the Rajya Sabha.

If and when passed in the Rajya Sabha the bill will go to the Lok Sabha. For such a bill to pass, the Constitution has laid out an elaborate procedure. So, even if the Rajya Sabha passes the bill its real impact will be felt only when it passes through the Lok Sabha.

The bill proposes to reserve one-third of all seats for women in the Lok Sabha and state legislative assemblies. The path-breaking bill, also, provides that one third of the total number of seats reserved for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes shall be reserved for women of those groups. A similar bill was introduced three times before in the Lok Sabha but could not be passed due to lack of consen ...more
Answered by Cartoon Network, 05 Mar '10 07:26 pm

 
  
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A few of the rogue parties are differing in their opinions. They are seeking RESERVATIONS within the RESERVATION on the basis of caste, creed etc.
Answered by Kanai Chakraberti, 05 Mar '10 07:45 pm

 
  
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