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Political Representation for the Third Gender Community in Indian Society

by Chandni Ale - 30 Oct 2020, Friday 366 Views Like (0)
Political Representation for the Third Gender Community in Indian Society

In April 2014, Hon'ble Supreme Court in its landmark judgment perceived different common civil and political privileges of the transgender Community. The beginning of this acknowledgment lies in the acknowledgment of equal worth of each individual as an inseparable piece of human freedoms. 

Today, we are in 2020, but then have no political representation from the transsexual community. The conversation on sexual orientation equity and women empowerment is progressing yet this discussion forgets about the transsexual Community. 

We nearly have no chosen individuals from the transsexual community in any of the State Assembly or our Parliament. No ideological groups give them a ticket, practically none from the network are office carriers of any ideological group. 

Anticipating that things should change, all alone, may take many years. Should the biggest popular government of the world sit tight for such a long time or should governmental policy regarding minorities in society be taken to get their portrayal in our law-production bodies at the most punctual? As a Member of the Indian Parliament, I need to change that.


On December 10, 2019 the Lok Sabha through the Constitution (One Hundred and Twenty-Sixth Amendment) Bill, 2019 ceased the arrangement of selecting Member of the Anglo Indian Community in the Parliament and state Assemblies refering to the diminishing populace of the Anglo Indian Community in the nation, as the purpose behind the equivalent. 

Keeping a similar vision of the comprehensive idea of our Constitution, I am requesting that the Central Government move the booking which was before given to the 'Old English Indian Community' to the 'Transsexual Community' for their satisfactory political portrayal. 

For as far back as 70 years, we have disregarded the transsexual network, of in excess of a couple million individuals, and a similar will proceed for a very long while if striking meditations are not made. It is significant that we bring them Parliament and State Assemblies by selecting them and afterward progressively through the cycle of election too.

Moving the effectively saved seats won't add to the weight of saving more seats and same time will perceive the common and political privileges of the transgender community.