In the realm of Indian politics, the Women’s Reservation Policy has been a topic of extensive debate and discussion. This policy, which reserves seats for women in both Parliament and state legislative assemblies, has been lauded by some for its potential to uplift the status of women in public governance. Yet, it has also faced strong opposition, with critics arguing that the rotation of these reserved constituencies in every election might hinder the motivation of elected representatives to work diligently for their constituents.
The Roadmap to Implementation
This reservation policy is on the horizon, poised for implementation. However, it awaits the completion of a new Census and the delimitation process before it becomes a reality.
In this opinion piece, we delve into the historical underpinnings of the Women’s Reservation Policy, its contemporary significance, and the constitutional progress it represents. Let’s navigate this complex issue, weighing both sides of the debate and shedding light on the path forward.
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