During the discussion on Women’s Reservation Bill (Nari Shakti Vandan Act Bill) in Rajya Sabha on Thursday (September 21), Samajwadi Party MP and actress Jaya Bachchan said that I hope that this tradition of giving respect to women is not pretentious. Will happen. This will continue further also. Otherwise the women of the House will call you (Jagdeep Jankhar) plastic surgeon.
Jaya Bachchan said in a light tone, “Your chair is very interesting, it keeps moving back and forth like a swing. Who are we to give reservation to women. If we have courage, we came to (Parliament), our If the leaders have courage then they should bring us here.”
Taking aim at BJP, he said, “Now I don’t know what those who should bring women are doing. Will the election happen or not? Will we win or lose? They will be given tickets from a place where women will lose. We should stop all this drama.
Jaya Bachchan got angry after being interrupted
Meanwhile, when BJP leaders interrupted her, she got angry. He said, “You have presented the bill. Now let us speak. If you interrupt, I will object against you. Let us say whatever we want to say. These people comment on everything and when we do, they get angry.
‘We did not protest’
SP MP told that this bill came earlier also. During that time Sushma Swaraj and Vrinda Karat gave excellent speeches. The bill was passed and BJP and CPIM hugged, laughed and joked and abused the Samajwadi Party. We did not oppose the bill. We had also said the same thing.
He said that people tell me that you (SP) are against this bill, but let me make it clear here that we all support this bill, but we have some conditions. Our conditions are the same as those of other people.
‘How many tickets will we give to Muslim women?’
Jaya Bachchan said, “There is one thing in this bill which is troubling me a lot. If you really want to give 33 percent tickets to women in the coming elections, then how many tickets will you give to Muslim women, about which you talked a lot. If you have the courage, pass the bill and implement it. Don’t just campaign about it. You campaign a lot about everything.