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The Supreme Court's historic verdict on the reservation between the reservations of reservations

The Supreme Court's historic verdict on the reservation between the reservations of reservations


The Supreme Court has said in an important ruling on Thursday that no person can be given the benefit of reservation in other states. Even if this person's marriage is not there in that state? The person is born in a state. It can only claim that reserve in that state.



A bench of the three judges, headed by Chief Justice of the Justice Justice Ranjan Gogoi, has said that only on the basis that no caste is considered as Scheduled Caste in the state. A person residing in that state can not be considered as a Scheduled Caste. Such person has been given a certificate of scheduled caste. Even then, there is no difference from that.

A woman from Walmiki community in Punjab was married to the Valmiki community's youth in Uttarakhand. The caste community in Uttarakhand has also been considered as Scheduled Caste. The woman applied for the post of District Information Officer in Uttarakhand. But his candidacy was denied. It is SC in Punjab. But in Uttarakhand it can not get the benefit of reservation.

The matter was filed in the High Court and the Supreme Court by the woman. The question was whether the person is the birthplace or the original state, where they are SC. If there is a marriage in another state from there, will it benefit from the reservation or not? The Supreme Court gave a verdict on this. In the Supreme Court on August 30, a verdict was given that no person can go to another state and reserve it. Why not get recognized as a Scheduled Caste, OBC or other caste in the state of its kind.

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