Employment News: Chhattisgarh High Court has Chhattisgarh State In a recent decision, the 58% reservation already available in educational institutions and government jobs has been declared unconstitutional.
Chief Justice Arup Kumar and Justice PP Sahu the bench of 19 September To In its judgment delivered various The limit of 58% in reservation given to students in educational institutions and government jobs in the state has been canceled.
The Chief Justice has termed this practice as unconstitutional and said that the extent of reservation more than 50% Cannot be increased.
CG High Court canceled 58% reservation in jobs, examinations
BJP government had increased reservation
Let us tell you that in Chhattisgarh state, BJP led Dr. Raman Singh government had increased the reservation limit to 58%.
According to which the reservation quota for Scheduled Castes (SC) was reduced from 16 percent to 12 percent, for Scheduled Tribes (ST) to 32 percent and for OBC castes to 14 percent.
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After this decision, there was a lot of uproar and protests in the state, after which the decision of the state government was challenged in the Bilaspur High Court. after 10 years Chhattisgarh HC has rejected this decision of the state government. unconstitutional Rejected while stating.
Reservation was 58 percent
According to a petitioner in this case, ‘Reservation for Scheduled Caste & Tribe and OBC category of Chhattisgarh was amended in the appointments in which the total reservation 58 percent Was done.
According to the information received, as soon as the reservation percentage became 58%, various types of problems were faced in appointments in various educational institutions and government jobs.
Due to which this decision taken by the state government was challenged in the High Court, in which after about 10 years of hearing, the High Court canceled this decision of the government.
Appointments will remain the same
Let us tell you that the appointments of those students or candidates who have got the government policies as per the previous reservation quota. will remain the same Whereas in the future new appointments, new appointments will be made as per the rules decided by the High Court.