Maharashtra govt moves SC against Bombay HC ruling on Maratha quota
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Maharashtra govt moves SC against Bombay HC ruling on Maratha quota

By Dna   05-May-2019

Maharashtra govt moves SC against Bombay HC ruling on Maratha quota

The Maharashtra government on Saturday filed a special leave petition (SLP) challenging the Nagpur bench of the Bombay High Court's decision to stay the 16 per cent quota offered to the Maratha community under the socially and educationally backward classes (SEBC) category for admission in this year's postgraduate medical courses. The state government has submitted to the court that two rounds of the admission process has already been held and preparing a revised list now, will be unjust. The government also brought to the court's notice that the SEBC students, who cracked the two rounds of the admission process, have not made any representation before the High Court.
Further, the government has argued that deciding on the writ petition without involving the 'to be affected' parties results in violation of the principle of natural justice. The copy of the SLP is in DNA's possession. Various organisations including the Maratha Kranti Morcha (MKM) representing the Maratha community have welcomed the government's move saying that students should not lose a crucial academic year.

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