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Jan 10, 2019
7:52AM

Passage of quota bill as a victory of social justice: PM Modi

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has described the passage of the quota bill as a victory of social justice and said it will ensure a wider canvas for the youth to showcase their prowess and contribute towards the country's transformation. 

In a tweet, Mr Modi said he is delighted over the passage of the Constitution (124th amendment) Bill, which provides 10 per cent reservation to general category poor in jobs and education. Prime Minister said he is glad to see such widespread support for it. Mr Modi said the passage of the bill is a tribute to the makers of the Constitution and great freedom fighters, who envisioned an India that is strong and inclusive. Prime Minister said, the house also witnessed a vibrant debate, where several members expressed their insightful opinions.

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