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No one looks concerned for Women's Reservation Bill
When government can pass the Telangana Bill after taking so much pain, why can't they take initiative for Women's Reservation Bill? UPA-2 wants to portray that it understands the feeling of the people by giving green signal to the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh.
Despite being a female herself why UPA's Chairperson Sonia Gandhi can?t think to pass the Women's Reservation Bill.

An important bill which was proposed by H.D. Deve Gowda Government in 1996, it was never looked by any other government for its clearance. But it got a change in 2010 when the bill was passed in Rajya Sabha.

It is the only bill which targets towards 33% seats reservation for women in Lok Sabha and State Legislative Assembly. It will make women from all background empowered. Since politics has always been male dominated, so to eliminate this, it is the golden opportunity for the women to come forward but the hurdle is that the bill is not yet passed.

UPA 2 always talk about women empowerment as we all can see from the infamous TV interview of Rahul Gandhi. But they fail to work upon this vital issue. Rather, it is seen that our government is busy in their own politics, nepotism and conflicts.

India ranks 109 in the world, when it comes to the classification of women in national Parliament as around 44% of population in India comprises of women which is very low. So, it is a need for hour to get Women's Reservation Bill passed.

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