Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde joined forces with approximately 100 women functionaries from the Shiv Sena's women's wing in Thane, Navi Mumbai, and Mumbai and performed a special aarti celebrating the passage of Women's Reservation Bill in the Indian Parliament.
Rajya Sabha witnessed heated exchanges between the treasury and opposition benches after Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge made remarks on the manner in which political parties select women candidates from weaker sections and raised the issue of "delayed" GST payments to non-BJP ruled states.
The Women's Reservation Bill is likely to be introduced in the Lok Sabha today, as part of the ongoing special session of Parliament. The bill is expected to be presented in the Rajya Sabha on September 21, following its approval by the Cabinet on Monday.
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