During the discussion on the Women’s Reservation Law, President Dhankhar gave many female deputies the opportunity to sit in his place. In the same order, Jaya Bachchan also sat in the presidential chair for some time. In doing so, he praised the president’s chairmanship.
The Women’s Reservation Law was introduced on Thursday during the special session of parliament in the Rajya Sabha. Meanwhile, Samajwadi Party MP Jaya Bachchan has criticized the seat of deputy speaker and Rajya Sabha speaker Jagdeep Dhankhar.
Pointing out the magnificence of the house, he jokingly told President Jagdeep Dhankhar that the best thing about this 7-star hotel is its chair, which moves back and forth like a swing. In fact, during the discussion on the Women’s Reservation Law, President Dhankhar gave many female deputies the opportunity to sit in his place. In the same order, Jaya Bachchan also sat in the presidential chair for some time.
Jaya Bachchan said that first of all I would like to thank you (President) for giving me the opportunity to sit in your chair. Your chair is very interesting. When you sit there, it moves back and forth like a swing. Then I understood why you always come and sit in this chair for a long time.
These are the ones that end up having a lot of disadvantages when it comes to speaking. There was nothing more to say. In this regard, Jagdeep Dhankhar wrote so poetically that it was divided into so many parts that I could not think of anything. With that, the whole house echoed and laughed along with Jaya.
Let us tell you that the project of the Reservation Law for women was approved on the fourth night after two days of discussion in the Lok Sabha. In the vote on the new parliament, 454 votes were cast for the project and two against. Earlier, Rahul Gandhi and Amit Shah could be seen on camera attacking each other.
The Nari-Shakti-Vandan law, which provides for reserves of 33 percent for women in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, was supported by most parties in the Lok Sabha. In the discussion on the first day in the Chamber, the opposition parties called for the provision of a reserve for OBC women in the bill and the full implementation of the law. While the Congress Party considered the bill to be a dream of Rajiv Gandhi, the TMC called Mamata Banerjee the mother of this bill. All opposition parties also welcomed the bill.
What percentage of female MPs are there in the Lok Sabha now?
Where there are 14 percent of deputies in the Lok Sabha, this figure will now increase to 33 percent. Currently, no state in the country has more than 15% of MLAs, but after the law comes into force, now this figure will be 33%. In the country’s 18 assemblies, where less than 10 percent of women are represented in parliament, the number of women will now reach one third of the total seats.