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SC continues hearing pleas challenging Madras HC judgment which had declared internal reservation to the Vanniyar community

By LawStreet News Network      22 February, 2022 12:08 PM      0 Comments
Supreme Court Internal Reservation Vanniyar Community

Supreme Court continues hearing pleas challenging Madras High Court judgment which had declared the 10.5% internal reservation to the Vanniyar community under the existing 20% reservation to Most Backward Classes by Tamil Nadu Government unconstitutional.

Senior Advocate P Wilson appearing for the State places before the Court about  the Sattanathan Commission, the basic data used was the census data. We want to show the extensive assessment done in the Sattanathan Commission for the implementation of reservation.

Wilson- My submission is that there has been a detailed thorough study in the Sattanathan Commission.

J L Nageswara Rao- All this has been already argued, we have marked all this two three times.

Wilson- Whatever said in the Amba Shankar report, so far as the sub-clasification is concerned, they wanted to find so far as the 20% reservation given

The majority of the members of the  report have not mentioned the methodology adopted.

J Rao- When 7 members of the committee doesn't agreed with the Chairman how can you rely on such report. How can a commission unanimously decide. In a 7 judges bench how can you go with the judgment given by one judge.

Wilson- Milords the whole report was with the government the suggestions of the Chairman and the dissenting arguments of the other members.

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