Regional parties push for Women's Reservation Bill

Regional parties push for Women's Reservation Bill

All-Party meeting: Regional parties push for Women's Reservation Bill as Congress addresses key concerns

Several regional parties, including the BJD and the BRS, are urging Parliament to discuss the women's reservation bill. This request comes as the government organized an all-party meeting just a day before a special five-day session. The Congress party, represented by MP Pramod Tiwari, plans to address concerns about price hikes, unemployment, social conflicts, and the situation in Manipur during the meeting. Key government figures, such as Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Union Minister Piyush Goyal, and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi, were present in the meeting.

Regional parties' push for Women's Reservation Bill

Regional parties like the BJD and the BRS are advocating for the introduction and approval of the women's reservation bill during the upcoming five-day session. This bill is aimed at increasing the representation of women in political decision-making.

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Congress party's agenda

Congress MP Pramod Tiwari, on behalf of the Congress party, has highlighted several key issues that his party intends to address during the all-party meeting: The Congress party is concerned about the increasing prices of essential goods and services, which burden the common people. Another major issue they plan to discuss is unemployment, focusing on strategies to create job opportunities. The party aims to address issues related to social conflicts, emphasizing the need for harmony and understanding among various sections of society.

Attendance at the meeting

The all-party meeting saw the participation of numerous leaders from different political parties, including Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda of JD(S), Kanimozhi from DMK, Ram Mohan Naidu from TDP, Derek O'Brien from TMC, Sanjay Singh from AAP, Sasmit Patra from BJD, K Keshava Rao from BRS, V Vijayasai Reddy from YSR Congress Party, Manoj Jha from RJD, Anil Hegde from JD(U), and Ram Gopal Yadav from SP.

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In summary, regional parties are advocating for the women's reservation bill, while the Congress party is prioritizing concerns such as price rise, unemployment, social conflicts, and the situation in Manipur during this crucial all-party meeting.

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