Supreme Court Announces on NEET Reservation Case – Reservation is not a fundamental right

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Supreme Court Announces on NEET Reservation Case – Reservation is not a fundamental right
Supreme Court Announces on NEET Reservation Case – Reservation is not a fundamental right

Supreme Court Announces on NEET Reservation Case – Reservation is not a fundamental right. The Supreme Court has made a big comment about reservation. The court says that this is not a basic right. A petition was filed in the SC regarding the NEET case.

The petitions, filed by CPI, DMK and some of its leaders asking for 50 per cent OBC reservation in seats, surrendered by Tamil Nadu in the All India Quota for under graduate, post graduate medical and dental courses in 2020-21. They said that in Tamil Nadu, there is 69 per cent reservation for OBCs, SC and ST and within this, OBC reservations are about 50 per cent.

The petitions said 50 per cent of OBC candidates must get admissions in the medical colleges out of seats surrendered under the all India Quota, except for central government institutions. “Denial of admissions to OBC candidates is a violation of their fundamental right,” said the pleas, asking for a stay on the counselling under NEET till the reservation is given.

During the hearing on Thursday, the Supreme Court said that whose fundamental right has been taken away in this case? From your pleas it seems that you are only talking about the well being of some people of Tamil Nadu. On behalf of the DMK, it was said in the court that we are not asking the court to add more reservation, but rather to implement what is there. The claim of reservation in government jobs is not a fundamental right: Supreme Court

Meanwhile, Justice Rao said that reservation is not a fundamental right, you withdraw the petition from the Supreme Court and file it in the High Court. However, while commenting during this, the Supreme Court said that we are happy that all political parties have come together on one issue, but we will not listen to this petition. However, we are not dismissing it and giving you a chance to hear before the High Court. Let me tell you that even before this, such a comment has been made by the Supreme Court regarding reservation that it is not a fundamental right of any kind.

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