Women Should Get Equal Opportunities for Better Progress of India: Says VP Naidu

Women Should Get Equal Opportunities for Better Progress of India: Says VP Naidu

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Vice President Venkaiah Naidu said that India can’t progress until given an equal opportunity to women in all the fields. They also include the political field.

In addition, he said that there is a need to show in work and in an action that gender difference is no longer takes place in the Indian society.

In a Facebook post, he called all the political leaders to come at a consequence on the most pending proposal for giving a decent reservation to women in Parliament and state councils at the soon.

Rajya Sabha passed the Women Reservation Bill, which tried to give reservation for women in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. In fact, they passed it in Rajya Sabha. But it left behind because of dissolution of the 15th Lok Sabha in 2014.

With women making around 50 percent of India’s population. We can’t grow until women’s also have equal spaces in all the areas.

The Vice president noticed that India’s way of life has always regarded to women and referred to them as equals.

Some Historic Thoughts

In Vedic occasions, there were seems women like Maitreyi, Gargi, Ghosha and Vishwatara. They delighted in equal status to that of men and used to take part in discussion. Regarding women, accepting their ability and commitment has been an Indian lifestyle, he said.

There is likewise a long history of proud achievements of many amazing women like Prabhavati, the little girl of Chandra Gupta II. Who performed imposing duties in her field and Razia Sultana, the main lady who rule Delhi, he said.

We have a big list of women achievers, who broke the barrier and gave great to the country.

There should be zero resilience towards any kind of split or violence against girls and women, he focused.

Without a doubt, the lead theme ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’ has made a positive effect on public. However, a lot more should be done to change the cultural mindset. There should be a national growth on women’s power. And also to assure that no girl kid is out of school, he said.

It’s about time that we give girls and women their due in the society and not anything unturned power of them, he said.

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