BJP leader Uma Bharti
Bjp leader and former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Uma Bharti on Saturday said she will not allow the Women's Reservation Bill to be implemented unless it takes into account OBCs.
Speaking to reporters in Bhopal, Bharti said, "I represent half the population of the country. We have accepted the bill giving 33% reservation to women, but unless it takes OBCs into account, I will not allow this bill to be implemented."
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Uma Bharti said that backward class people are a big section of the society. I want to appeal to the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh to provide 50% reservation to women in the upcoming elections.
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