10 % reservation general kota

Supreme Court issues notice to government on PIL, refuses to stop immediately

10 % reservation general kota : The Supreme Court has issued notice to the Central Government while hearing a PIL filed against people of economically backward sections of the general category for employment and education in 10% reservation. The court has refused to ban this arrangement at the moment. The bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi issued notice to the government in this issue. Refusing immediate stop, said that we will inspect the issue at our level. The court will hear the petition petitions in four weeks on this matter in four weeks.

10 % reservation general kota : 10% on economic basis through constitution amendment in the Supreme Court . Public interest litigation was filed in the Supreme Court to curb reservation of 10% on economic basis through constitution amendment. The petition also sought to ban this immediately. The Supreme Court refused to ban the reservation, but the court ordered the central government to reply by issuing a notice.

Another petition has been filed in the Supreme Court against the Central Government’s new Act to give 10 percent reservation to the economically backward people of the general category. By filing an application on behalf of Tehsin Poonawala, it has been said that it is tampered with the fundamental sense of the constitution. Now the central government has to put its side in front of the court in this case in 4 weeks.

Supreme Court issues notice to government on Public interest litigation (PIL)- 10 % reservation general kota

The petitioner says that the maximum limit for reservation is fixed at 50 percent which has been violated. In this case, another NGO has already filed an application against Dr. Kaushal Kant Mishra.

On behalf of Poonawala, the Government of India and others have made the respondent in this case. It has been said in the petition that Article 16 of the Constitution is about giving reservations on the basis of social backwardness. The central government has amended the constitution and added economic base in it, whereas the provision of reservation on economic basis is not in the constitution.
Explain that the Supreme Court has arranged in the Indira Sahni Judgment that more than 50 per cent reservation can not be given and the reservation given under the current Act is an additional 10 per cent. With this implementation, the limit of 50 percent has been exceeded. The petitioner argues that this Act has been passed against the constitutional bench of the Supreme Court. In this case, the Constitution Amendment Act has been called for cancellation.

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