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Demand for increasing women’s seats

HARIPUR, February 28, 2005: Speakers at a seminar denounced the proposed reduction of seats for women, labourers and peasants’ in the district government. They alleged that the move was ‘a bureaucratic conspiracy to deprive the marginalized classes of their right of representation in the local government’.

The seminar was arranged by the Community Council and Sungi Foundation here on Friday. Syed Mazar Ali Shah, chairman of Labour Rights Committee, said that the number of seats for the labourers and the peasants in the local government system was not proportional with their population, and a further reduction would only increase their alienation.
Source: Dawn

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