The Supreme Court of India has stated that it would be difficult to strike down a part of the women's Reservation Law that states it will be implemented after the Census. The court refused to issue a notice on a plea moved by Congress leader Jaya Thakur, who sought immediate implementation of the 128th Constitution (Amendment) Bill. The bill aims to reserve one-third of the seats in the Lok Sabha and state assemblies for women. The court will take up Thakur's plea along with a pending petition on the issue on November 22.
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