Women Reservation in India- A retrospective study

Ankush Mittal, Dhrav Gupta


India is the world's largest democracy. India has been 68 years of independence. In India, new dimensions of development and progress have been achieved in diverse areas. During the independence period, the nation made tremendous progress in economic, social, educational, legal and political areas. The nation has adopted a democratic system based on universal adult franchise. All citizens of India enjoy equality of rights, and its women citizens enjoy (fundamental) rights of education, property, legal political participation. These rights, no doubt, introduced reform in social, economic, legal and educational situations. However, they could not be influenced in the field of politics or in the case of political involvement. 

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