- The Prohibition of Child Marriage (Amendment) Bill tries to expand the eligible time of ladies from 18 to 21 years.
- Congress Party legislator Supriya Sule said the public authority was forcefully pushing a bill without talking with the Opposition.
The Prohibition of Child Marriage (Amendment) Bill, which tries to expand the eligible time of ladies from 18 to 21 years, was shipped off a parliamentary advisory group for investigation on Tuesday. Later, it was presented in the Lok Sabha.
While presenting the bill, Union clergyman Smriti Irani said, “Fairness of ladies in our nation should be seen in [terms of the] period of marriage. Summoning marriage laws of various beliefs, I ascend to present the changed bill.”
Congress administrator Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury became suddenly angry at the public authority for posting the bill on the strengthening industry list, circled 20 minutes before the House reconvened at 2 pm. “I need to let the public authority know that they will commit errors assuming they hustle.
They didn’t counsel any of the partners. For what reason does the public authority continue to do this? It shows the plan of the public authority.” He added that the bill ought to be sent for the survey.
Patriot Congress Party legislator Supriya Sule said the public authority was forcefully pushing a bill without talking with the Opposition.
Congress MP Manickam Tagore hit out at the public authority in a tweet. “One more attack on the parliament by RSS Sarkar, Bill circle at 1.40 pm and presentation at 2 pm and passing,” he tweeted, sharing a duplicate of the bill.
Irani said people need equivalent freedoms in marriage. “This change gives correspondence to people in permitting both to wed at 21.
Our exploration shows that 2.1 million kid relationships must be halted, and numerous underage young ladies were viewed as pregnant. So you are halting right to Fairness.”
Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi said, “Even the Law Commission had protested with the bill. Along these lines, it ought to be shipped off the standing advisory group.”
Trinamool Congress legislator Saugata Roy said he went against the bill presented in a rush.
All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen MP Asaduddin Owaisi said the bill is against basic privileges. “An 18-year-old can cast a ballot yet can’t get hitched.”