‘It will take 15-16 years to implement’, Mayawati said on women’s reservation bill – an attempt to lure before the elections IG News

New Delhi: Speaking on the Women’s Reservation Bill, BSP chief Mayawati said on Wednesday that the government’s intention is not to give reservation. Women’s Reservation Bill will not be implemented immediately. There are some provisions in this bill which will delay its implementation by 15 to 16 years.

He said, the government should find ways by which this bill can be implemented as soon as possible.

Addressing a press conference, Mayawati said, “After the (Women’s Reservation) Bill is passed in the Parliament, census will be conducted in the country. “It will get approval (from Parliament), but it will not be implemented immediately.”

The BSP supremo said that it is clear that this (women’s reservation) bill has been brought because of the upcoming assembly elections and 2024 Lok Sabha elections. It is clear that this bill has not been brought with the intention of giving reservation to women. But there is an attempt to lure women before the upcoming elections.

Let us tell you that Union Law Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal had introduced the Women’s Reservation Bill in the first meeting of the Lok Sabha in the new Parliament House. This bill has been named “Nari Shakti Vandan Act”.

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