Intervene soon to pass Women’s Reservation Bill, Stalin writes to Modi

Chennai: DMK Working President and Chief of Opposition within the Tamil Nadu Meeting M Okay Stalin right now sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi's intervention in making certain the passage of the Ladies's Reservation Invoice.

"The bill which was moved to empower women's voice in the Legislatures and Parliament of our great nation is struggling to succeed. This is really disheartening," he stated in a letter to Modi.

Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee had made two 'nice efforts,' in 1998 and 1999, to get the invoice handed, "but the efforts did not materialise," he stated.

Stalin recalled that his father and DMK President M Karunanidhi had written to Modi in 2014 mentioning Vajpayee's efforts on this regard and had "pleaded" with him to go the Ladies's Reservation Invoice.

He stated his get together has been constantly searching for social, financial and political justice for ladies and preventing for ladies's emancipation "in letter and spirit."

DMK considers ladies's rights as human rights and due to this fact had introduced legislations to empower and honour the ladies in Tamil Nadu, Stalin stated.

These included an Act granting equal rights to ladies in inheritance of property, 33 per cent reservation for them in native our bodies and a 30 per cent quota in authorities jobs, Stalin stated.

Looking for Modi's "personal intervention at the earliest" to get the Ladies's Reservation Invoice handed, Stalin stated it is going to facilitate the "long-pending representation" for ladies in legislatures.