The data, and reports referred to in the video are from below sources: https://standupforacause.wordpress.com/2013/10/02/women-in-work-force/ http://www.prsindia.org/uploads/media/scr%20Women%20Reservation%20Bill%202009.pdf http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Life-expectancy-in-India-goes-up-by-5-years-in-a-decade/articleshow/29513964.cms … [Read more...] about Video: Women’s Reservation Bill – A Necessity? Or just going with the trend?
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Congress and BJP MPs scuttle seat reservation for women
This had to happen, but it took that long because no-one in their stupid political correct mind (read: cowardly mind) could take on the notion that women empowerment and women reservation in parliament need not be done by trampling on democratic rights of people to contest elections, and citizens to choose their candidates. Congress left isolated on women's quota NEW DELHI: The women's bill seems to be going nowhere. On Monday, BJP offered to consider the option of letting political parties implement the 33% quota while Congress's own allies Trinamool Congress, NCP and National Conference urged that the objections of Yadav leaders should not be brushed aside. … BJP leader Sushma Swaraj, while reiterating the party's support for the quota bill, told an all-party meeting that if … [Read more...] about Congress and BJP MPs scuttle seat reservation for women
Indira Jaising with her feminazi logic, read and appreciate
The additional solicitor general of India, Indira Jaising who is also a prominent feminazi writes about women in parliament, but the article betrays the warped and perverse mentality of all feminists. Tomorrow we will see the power of women in Parliament It came as a shock to me that in most developed countries, including Germany and the Netherlands, women constitute not more than 5 per cent of elected representatives in parliamentary bodies. I also learnt that women do not receive equal pay for equal work in these countries. Indeed, while reporting on the Netherlands, the minister said that women 'choose' home-based part-time work as part of their right to choose to stay home with their children! Go easy on the exclamation mark woman. It is a woman’s choice how … [Read more...] about Indira Jaising with her feminazi logic, read and appreciate
Mulayam Yadav cites danger about males missing in parliament
I was pleased to note that the danger of males being left out of parliament posted on this blog a while ago is now being voiced by Mr Mulayam Singh Yadav. He deserves some respect for this because there are very few politicians who are doing straight talk about provisions of WRB which are a clear infringement on Indian men’s constitutional rights. So it seems that the message about ills of present women’s reservation bill are spreading and politicians are not afraid to voice them. http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report_women-s-bill-won-t-let-a-male-be-elected-to-lok-sabha-mulayam-singh_1362475 He said not a single male would be elected to the Lok Sabha 10 years after the bill comes into force and advocated quota for the fairer sex within political parties. "Once the bill comes … [Read more...] about Mulayam Yadav cites danger about males missing in parliament
Could women take over the whole parliament excluding men?
Someone sent this analysis of Women’s reservation bill in its present form, wherein seats are reserved for women candidates only by rotation in every election. It does look like a scary scenario, given the fact that as of now, a woman candidate has higher chance of being elected (1 in 12) compared to a man (1 in 15) in Lok Sabha. So although only few women candidates stand for elections right now, the electorate has shown a preference for women candidates overall. It could also be that since only few women candidates are given tickets by political parties, these few women are better candidates compared to men. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The WRB rotation formula is a big conspiracy of radical feminists. Consider Below: … [Read more...] about Could women take over the whole parliament excluding men?
Increase women representation, don’t create quotas
Karan Thapar has succinctly put the problems of Women Reservation Bill (WRB) in its current form, in an article here. First, as a principle, reservations cause offence because they amount to discrimination. India accepts that the scheduled castes and tribes (SC/ST), given their special history, deserve reservations. No such consensus exists for women. Second, on top of 22.5 per cent for SC/ST, 33 per cent for women (although some of it would overlap) would push up total reservations in the Lok Sabha to around 48 per cent. It means non-SC/ST men (78 per cent of the male population) can only contest 52 per cent of the Lok Sabha seats! Is this acceptable in a democracy? Third, the way these 33 per cent seats are to be reserved will undermine the key relationship in a … [Read more...] about Increase women representation, don’t create quotas