The Nari Shakti Vandan Bill announcing New India's dedication to democracy: PM Modi
The Nari Shakti Vandan Bill announcing New India's dedication to democracy: PM Modi

22 September, New Delhi, India: The Nari Shakti Vandan Adhiniyam, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is not a regular legislation but rather a declaration of New India’s dedication to democracy.

PM Modi was speaking at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) headquarters in Delhi at the Nari Shakti Vandan-Abhinandan Karyakram.


The Nari Shakti Vandan Adhiniyam is a declaration of the New India’s dedication to democracy, not an ordinary statute. This demonstrates the Modi administration’s commitment to women-led development, he said.

The country’s women received congratulations from the prime minister for the historic decision to approve the Women’s Reservation Bill with a resounding majority in both Houses of Parliament.

“I want to congratulate all the ladies in this nation today. We saw a new chapter in history being written yesterday and the day before. We are fortunate that millions of people gave us the chance to write that history, the prime minister remarked.

“This choice and this day will be debated for many generations to come,” he said. I extend my congratulations to the whole nation on the unanimous passage of the “Nari Shakti Vandan Act” by both Houses of Parliament.

“Occasionally, a choice has the power to alter the course of a nation. Today, one of these decisions has become public knowledge, the Prime Minister said.

According to Prime Minister Modi, the country’s long-awaited aspiration has finally materialised.

“Both chambers of Parliament enacted the ‘Nari Shakti Vandan Act’ with historic numbers. The long-awaited dream for which the nation has been yearning for many years has finally materialised, he said.

“The passage of this bill in both houses of the Parliament demonstrates how a nation with a majority government can function,” he said. We never allowed anybody to hinder the reserve for women out of political self-interest.

The Prime Minister extended his gratitude to all political parties and lawmakers for supporting the Bill in Parliament.

“Today, the nation is erasing every barrier that moms, sisters, and daughters must overcome. This Women’s Reservation Bill ran into a lot of difficulties. But when efforts are transparent and intentions are good, we see outcomes that triumph over all challenges. The fact that this law received so much support in Parliament is a remarkable in and of itself. PM Modi remarked, “I congratulate all political parties and MPs for it.

He said that throughout the previous nine years, the BJP-led federal government has made an effort to end all limitations placed on mothers and sisters.

“Our administration has developed such plans, one after the other, and launched such initiatives so that our sisters might live lives of honour, comfort, safety, and prosperity. Millions of mothers and sisters have had the honour of having their aspirations realised thanks to our BJP administration. Therefore, it is a source of pride for us as a party that prioritises the country, as BJP members, and as law-abiding individuals,” he said.

The BJP’s female workers honoured PM Modi at the ceremony, and the Prime Minister showed his respect by bowing to them.

Speaking at the event, JP Nadda, the national president of the BJP, thanked Prime Minister Modi on the timely passing of the “Nari Shakti Vandan Bill” and praised his vision, steadfast resolve, and strong goals.

“Under PM Modi’s direction, important choices are being taken that will go down in history. These measures, which are aimed at empowering women, would reshape India’s landscape and destiny, he said.

He said that several initiatives have been made to empower women rather than just one. Along with this, “PM Modi has also democratically resolved the long-standing issues in the country,” Nadda remarked.

The Women Reservation Bill aims to ensure that there would be 33 women for every quota in the Lok Sabha and state legislatures. For years, several parties, including the BJP, have made the promise of reserving seats for women in legislative and parliamentary bodies. (ANI)



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