The historic Women’s Reservation Bill passed by the Rajya Sabha in 2010 proposed to reserve what percent of all Lok Sabha seats for women?

(A) 50 Percent
(B) 33 Percent
(C) 25 Percent
(D) 20 Percent

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Correct Answer : 33 Percent
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Explanation : The historic Women's Reservation Bill passed by the Rajya Sabha in 2010 proposed to reserve 33 percent of all Lok Sabha seats for women. All the Participants who have given the right Answer to all the questions will get a Chance to be in the next Round and which is Ground Audition. So, It's important to give the right Answer to all the question.

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