Actors Kangana Ranaut and Esha Gupta, present at the inauguration of the new Indian Parliament building, expressed their enthusiastic support for the Women's Reservation Bill, describing it as a groundbreaking and progressive piece of legislation.
Ranaut, known for her outspoken views, called it a historic day for both the nation and its women. She highlighted the increasing presence of women in active roles such as the army and the Air Force, noting that her upcoming film, "Tejas," features her portraying an Air Force pilot.
Ranaut emphasized that society is entering a new era where women are taking on diverse roles and responsibilities.
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Esha Gupta echoed similar sentiments, calling the bill a progressive and significant step for India.
She emphasized the importance of gender equality and commended Prime Minister Modi for delivering on his promise to introduce the Women's Reservation Bill.
The occasion, marked by the introduction of the 'Nari Shakti Vandan Adhiniyam,' saw the participation of accomplished women who were invited as special guests.
The bill aims to empower Indian women by providing them equal representation and decision-making power in various legislative bodies.