According to CM of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath, the session will set an example.

The session will be a model for the region in terms of what women members want to say . Yogi Adityanath said that the sessions would be documented and distributed to all the state assemblies .

LUCKNOW: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that the sessions would be documented and distributed to all the state assemblies in the country as the state is being built.The country's largest legislature is making strides toward a new past.The voices of half of the population will reach 25 crore people in this House after 75 years of independence.Gleichzeitig, they will have the opportunity to discuss the state's problems and achievements as well as other important issues in this House.

Women should be able to talk for as long as they like, according to the CMI, who also pledged to honor, self-reliance, and equality for women.Yogi said that this session would be a model for the region in terms of what women members want to say, and that any positive comments from them about the state's present, future, and self-reliance would assist the government in making steps in that direction.He said that even for a short period, a member of the population be allowed to lead the proceedings, establishing the right atmosphere.Despite having the freedom to vote and being ahead of many developed countries, including Britain, in guaranteeing women's rights, India, the world's largest democracy, has not progressed according to expectations on this front, according to the CM.

The proceedings of the House today will be a book, and those who see it in 50 years or 100 years will be inspired by it.According to him, this meeting would give the state a new identity.The CM also cited a few lines of Maharishi Ved Vyas devoted to women power.