The Supreme Courtroom as we speak turned down a batch of petitions – together with by the Tamil Nadu authorities – looking for 50 per cent OBC reservation in Tamil Nadu for All India Quota seats in state-run medical schools this educational 12 months. The petitions have been heard by a bench led by Justice L Nageswara Rao.
Tamil Nadu authorities, ruling AIADMK and the DMK had moved the highest court docket after the centre had mentioned that it was not doable to increase 50% OBC reservation this 12 months.
The Excessive Courtroom, on July 27, had directed the Central authorities to represent a committee comprising representatives from the Centre, state and Medical Council of India to determine on the difficulty of offering OBC reservation in all-India seats (AIQ) surrendered by Tamil Nadu for medical admission. The court docket, nevertheless, had additionally mentioned that any resolution of the committee can be relevant just for future educational years and never this one.
The events all through the listening to had contended that the Central authorities is barely an agent and a counseling authority to fill the seats in line with the reservation.
Earlier this month, the centre knowledgeable the highest court docket that it’s not doable to increase reservation advantages to OBCs in medical seats beneath AIQ in Tamil Nadu this 12 months.
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