In a society where women are marginalized and their contributions are not acknowledged, SDPI feels that the recent induction of a large number of women into the political process especially in the Parliament should be supported. To undermine the general debate against women entering the All male dominion, the civil society should be motivated to support and encourage women to actively participate in the political process of the country.
In order to activate a process of support and motivation in the general public, substantial groundwork is essential. It is important to signify how women have always contributed positively towards the political process whenever they were given a chance.
SDPI planned to provide evidence that it is most important to have women in Parliament by documenting and highlighting the successful Women parliamentarians. To prove the point, the project established success and devotion of the women parliamentarians that they brought to the issues they worked on.
This study greatly contributed towards improving Gender Equality and Women Empowerment. The study also contributed to History, and helped develop women as Political Role Models. It gave an insight into how much a woman can achieve whenever and where ever she is given an opportunity. This study is an excellent guide for students of political science in our country, and also for young parliamentarians looking for guidance.