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India promoting participation of women in every sector: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday mentioned India is selling the participation of ladies in each sector with virtually 50 per cent of the elected representatives in native self-government establishments being girls.

The current regulation on granting one-third reservation to girls within the Lok Sabha and state assemblies will additional enrich the nation’s parliamentary custom, he mentioned addressing the inaugural session of the ninth G20 Parliamentary Audio system’ Summit (P20) right here.

Prime Minister Modi additionally mentioned that India has greater than 900 TV channels in 28 languages to offer real-time info to individuals and greater than 33,000 totally different newspapers are printed in about 200 languages.

He emphasised the large circulate of knowledge and the extent of freedom of speech in India.”On this world of the twenty first century, this vibrancy of India, unity in variety, is our biggest energy. This vibrancy conjures up us to combat each problem and remedy each issue collectively,” he mentioned.

In his tackle, Inter-Parliamentary Union President Duarte Pacheco mentioned perhaps “if we have more women in the leadership of our countries, we will not have so many wars”.He mentioned it was necessary to have extra girls in a participatory democracy.

Modi knowledgeable the delegates concerning the current resolution to order 33 per cent of seats within the Lok Sabha and state assemblies for ladies. He additionally informed them that out of greater than 30 lakh elected representatives within the native self-government establishments, virtually 50 per cent are girls.

“India today is promoting women’s participation in every sector. The recent decision taken by our Parliament will further enrich our parliamentary tradition,” the prime minister asserted.



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