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Sonia Gandhi Raises Women's Reservation and OBC Quota in Parliament Special Session
Furthermore, Sonia Gandhi also discussed the OBC quota and its relevance
In the ongoing Parliament special session, Sonia Gandhi, the leader of the Congress party, raised critical issues concerning the Women's Reservation Bill and the OBC (Other Backward Classes) quota.
Sonia Gandhi stressed the importance of the Women's Reservation Bill, emphasizing that it is long overdue and that women's participation in decision-making processes is crucial for the nation's progress. She urged the government to take proactive steps to pass the bill.
Furthermore, Sonia Gandhi also discussed the OBC quota and its relevance. She highlighted the need to ensure that OBC communities receive the benefits of reservation in education and employment opportunities, promoting social equity.
The Parliament special session has become a platform for addressing pressing concerns, and Sonia Gandhi's vocal stance on these issues reflects the Congress party's commitment to social justice and women's empowerment.
These discussions in Parliament hold significant implications for the future of policies related to women's representation in political spheres and the rights of OBC communities in India. The session remains a focal point for debates and deliberations on these important matters.