50% resevation of womes
After a long debate, the parliamentarians of India have passed the Women Reservation Bill which ensures 50% reservation for women in the village panchayats. Certainly, it is a progressive and unique step. By initiating such a step, India has presented an example.Now, India is a step ahead from rest of the world. It has become history that a woman should stay within the four walls of the house.Today, everybody is recognising the important and valuable role of the woman for our society and ultimately for our nation. The Women are giving new dimensions to the ways of thinking. Earlier, it was a famous quote that the mind of the women lies in their knees. But now, the scenario has changed. It is famous saying these days that how the women manage to be on the first in each and every aspect of life. What is the source of their energy? From where they got such a huge talent? It is a known fact that women form half of the population of every country. But in spite of this fact why they are not getting the adequate representation at various forums? Probably, the reason lies in the fact of having male dominated society which cannot see a woman to stand at their equal footing. Surely, this is an ill and conservative mentality. But, by passing the afore-mentioned Women Reservation Bill, the Indian Parliament has gone a step beyond this conservative mentality. The equal representation of women at village level is a step towards to have an adequate representation of theirs in the State Legislatures and ultimately, the Parliament of India. There are so many advantages of this equal representation. The first and foremost advantage is that now the women, who are aggrieved by one way or other, can come forward to complain. Earlier, it was not possible because the panchayats were consisted of male panchs and sarpanchs, and, therefore the aggrieved women felt a lot of hesitation to come forward. Now, the composition of panchayats with women members will...
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