ABP Cvoter Snap Poll Women Reservation There Should Be A Quota For OBC Women In The Women Reservation Bill
ABP Cvoter Snap Poll: The Women’s Reservation Bill (Nari Shakti Vandan Act) Bill was introduced in the Parliament during the recently concluded special session of the Parliament. The bill was easily passed first by the Lok Sabha and then by the Rajya Sabha. CVoter has conducted an all India survey on this issue for ABP News. An attempt has been made in the survey to know whether there should have been reservation for women of OBC community in the Women’s Reservation Bill?
In response to this question, 52 percent people have answered ‘yes’, while 30 percent people believe that women from OBC category should not have reservation. At the same time, 18 percent people were in a state of confusion in answering this question, that is, they answered this question as ‘Can’t say anything’.
Should there have been a quota for OBC women in the Women’s Reservation Bill?
Can’t say- 18
Bill passed unopposed in Rajya Sabha
Let us tell you that in the Lok Sabha, 454 votes were cast in support of the Women’s Reservation Bill, while 2 votes were cast against it. Both the votes were from MPs of All India Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM). Whereas, if we talk about Rajya Sabha, a total of 214 votes were cast in favor of the bill. No vote was cast against this bill in Rajya Sabha.
Number of women in Parliament will reach 181
If the Women’s Reservation Bill becomes law, the number of women members in the 543-member Lok Sabha will reach 181. At present this number in the House is only 82 women. As soon as the bill comes into force, 33 percent seats will be reserved for women in the Lok Sabha as well as the Legislative Assemblies.
Note: This survey has been done by C Voter for ABP News. Opinions of 5 thousand 403 people have been taken in this survey. The margin of error in the survey is plus minus 3 to plus minus 5 percent. Sarva’s results are entirely based on conversations with people and the opinions expressed by them. abp news is not responsible for this.
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