Privatization a way to end reservation: Priyanka Gandhi | India News – Times of India

Firozabad: Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra targeted the government on Wednesdayprivatization“Some institutions say it’s a way to end Reservation, During an interaction session with women as part of her party’s ‘Girl Hoon, Lad Sakti Hoon’ campaign here, she said all political parties have started talking about women after the Congress raised the issue.
He also said that Congress is announcing 40 percent tickets to women. Uttar Pradesh Election is a big initiative. “If the Bill on Women’s Reservation is not yet passed in Parliament, this step will ensure its passage.”
The Congress leader was replying to a question about the future of the Women’s Reservation Bill. During the conversation, he asked questions from different sections of women.
Alleged that all big government institutions have been sold to “big industrialist friends” of the prime minister. Narendra Modi“It means that the reservation you have today, will it be available in private jobs? It is a way to end reservation and it is not in the national interest as most of the government jobs come from there,” he said.
He also said that during his interactions with women at different places, he found that most of them felt that they were being exploited.
He said that the salary or honorarium of Anganwadi workers, Asha Bahus, Shiksha Mitras have not been increased nor their services have been regularised.
He said, “They are beaten up when they demand their rights. We have seen time and again that this government has rejected women’s rights. They are not able to understand the power of women.”
“Their mindset and ideology is that they hand you the gas cylinder and think their responsibility is over. How will you get the cylinder filled or how will you become strong, complete your education or get employment, it is not asked. ,” He said. said.
Referring to the government’s Ujjwala scheme, he alleged, “They think that by giving them a gas cylinder you will vote for them, when they come to you in elections they will never talk of empowerment or betterment. Schemes are announced. but is not implemented on the ground.” ,
He further said, “We have made a manifesto in which we have said what we want to do for you in the field of health, education and employment. We will give employment to 20 lakh, out of which eight lakh women, will work for you.” ” To respect, protect and strengthen you in a proper way.”
Cautioning women not to come for caste and religion cards during elections, she said, “When a leader knows that they will get votes on caste and religion at the time of elections, why will they work? They will work only then.” When they know that if they haven’t done anything, they won’t get to vote again.”