Asaduddin Owaisi on Women’s Reservation Bill: Discussion on Women’s Reservation Bill (Nari Shakti Vandan Act Bill) is going on in the Lok Sabha. During this time, All India Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) Chief Asaduddin Owaisi opposed this bill.
He said on Wednesday (September 20), “I oppose this bill. It has been argued regarding this bill that more women will be elected to the Parliament and Assembly. Why was there no provision for OBC and Muslim women in it?” Has gone. Their representation in Parliament is very less.”
‘Less representation of Muslim women in Parliament’
Owaisi, MP from Hyderabad, said that there are seven percent Muslim women in the country, but their representation in this House is only 0.7 percent. The drop out of Muslim girls is 19 percent, whereas among other communities it is only 12 percent. At the same time, half of Muslim women are illiterate.
Government wants to increase the representation of upper caste women- Owaisi
Taking aim at BJP, AIMIM Chief said, “Modi government wants to increase the representation of upper caste women. They do not want to increase the representation of Muslim and OBC women. Till the 17th Lok Sabha, a total of 690 women MPs were elected. Out of these, only 25 women are Muslims. Was from the community.”
Government does not want to bring small people into Parliament – Owaisi
Owaisi told Parliament that they (government) said that there is no provision for reservation on the basis of religion in the Constitution. They only want to bring big people into Parliament. These small people do not want in Parliament. This bill closes the way for OBC and Muslim women in Parliament and Assembly.
‘Only 120 OBC MPs in Parliament’
During the discussion in Lok Sabha, Asaduddin Owaisi said, “It is true that Muslim representation is decreasing in Parliament. This is right…not at all. The PM is OBC and there are only 120 OBC MPs in Parliament. 232 upper caste MPs.” Are.” He alleged that this Bill is called Vandana and the accused of rape are released. “Women go missing.”
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