Women have made a special contribution in India from spirituality to teaching: JP Nadda

New Delhi:

The Women's Reservation Bill has been introduced in the Rajya Sabha today during the special session of Parliament. During the discussion on this bill, BJP National President JP Nadda said that we have seen women as goddesses as power and as an ideal to give vision to society. Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the world during the G20 summit what is India's thinking. Women have made a special contribution from spirituality to teaching in India.

"During the period of slavery, there was a decrease in the time of regeneration, including curtains, but in Indian culture, women were seen as energy and power. Such is our vocabulary. The world will teach us that we already have Sitaram, Radheshyam in our country."

"We all know that this new Parliament building was inaugurated on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi and yesterday the Nari Shakti Vandana Act was passed uninterrupted in the Lok Sabha and I am confident that today it will also be passed unanimously in the Rajya Sabha without any hindrance," BJP national president J P Nadda said in the Rajya Sabha. I want to thank Prime Minister Narendra Modi for giving a decisive turn to the subject of women's reservation which was going on for a long time. At the same time, I also thank her for the work she has done in the last 9 years for women empowerment.

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