Half of the population should get 50 percent reservation in every field: Om Prakash Rajbhar

Half of the population should get 50 percent reservation in every field: Om Prakash Rajbhar

Rajbhar said that 50 percent of the population is of women, so they should get 50 percent share. (File)

Mau (Uttar Pradesh) :

Suheldev Bhartiya Samaj Party (Subhaspa) president and former Uttar Pradesh cabinet minister Om Prakash Rajbhar, while demanding 50 per cent reservation for women in every field including politics, education and employment, said on Sunday that unless women are given due respect Till then the development of the society cannot take place. Rajbhar raised the slogan of 50 percent reservation for women in politics, education and jobs through the first “Mahila Haq-Adhikar Maharally” organized by the party here. He said, “People should understand that 50 percent of the population is of women, so they should also get 50 percent share. This program has been done to challenge this.

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He said, “The Election Commission and the government should make a law to reserve 50 percent seats for women in the Lok Sabha and the Legislative Assemblies. If women reach the assembly and parliament, then they will themselves make a law for their rights and rights. Free education should be provided by reserving 50 percent seats for girls in educational institutions. Daughters and sisters should sit on high positions after being educated. Women should be recruited on 50 per cent posts in jobs.

Claiming that his party is committed to fight for the rights of women, Rajbhar said that the society cannot develop until women are not respected in the society. He said that it has been said in the Indian scriptures that where women are worshipped, the deities reside there.

He said that in order to get rid of women from domestic violence and harassment, complete liquor ban is necessary in the state like Bihar, Gujarat, for which the party is trying at every level and if needed, a big movement will be launched for it.

Rajbhar, who was the Backward Classes Welfare Minister of the state, said that now on coming December 27, a women’s rights-rights Maharally will be organized in Ayodhya. After that, a women’s rally will be held in Basti on January 8 and in Gorakhpur division on January 29.

He said that this campaign to make women aware will now run in the entire state. He said that women will be united for their rights and rights by holding such rallies in all the mandals of the state.

(This news has not been edited by NDTV team. It is published directly from syndicate feed.)

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