Maharashtra govt to move SC over Maratha quota in med post-grad admissions
By Dna 03-May-2019
PWD minister Chandrakant Patil, who headed the cabinet subcommittee on Maratha reservation said that neither the Nagpur bench nor the Supreme Court has given any stay on Maratha reservation decision. He said the state has decided to give 16 per cent reservation to Maratha community in jobs and education. Patil made it clear that the process for recruitment and admissions would be carried out as none of the courts have struck down the reservation decision.
Patil informed that after the decision, reservation decision was challenged in high court as well as supreme court. He said that SC immediately rejected the application and pointed out that the case is being heard before HC.
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