After heated debate, Chhattisgarh House unanimously adopts bills to raise quota to 76% | India News

RAIPUR: Chhattisgarh Council on Friday unanimously passed two bills aimed at raising the overall reserve ratio for government jobs and seats in educational institutions to 76% by providing quotas 32% for Scheduled Tribes (ST), 13% for Scheduled Actors (SC), 27% for OBC and 4% for economically weaker parts (EWS).
Piloting the Bill-2022 dedicated to the Chhattisgarh Public Service (Amendment) Bill and the Chhattisgarh Education Institutions Dedicated Bill in Enrollment (Amendment) 2002, Minister Bhupesh Baghel for know: “Once the bills are passed, our senior ministers will call on the governor today to ask her to agree. We will also vigorously defend these reservations in Court. Supreme by presenting quantifiable data.” Baghel urged leaders of all political parties to “go beyond party politics” and meet with the Prime Minister to defend the reservation in the state.
An important provision in the bill is to reserve on the basis of population proportions in category 3 and class 4 titles at departmental, sectoral and district level.
The debate became quite heated at times and urban development minister Shiv Deharia and senior BJP lawmaker Ajay Chandrakar nearly ran into each other. Other MLAs on both sides had to intervene to keep Deharia and Chandrakar apart. After the CM tabulated the two bills, opposition leaders asked how the bills could be tabulated and discussed when the matter was at the judicial level and related cases were pending. before the Supreme Court.
They also asked if the government would discuss convening a special parliamentary session on these bills with the Election Commission as the Bhanupratappur vote is scheduled for December 5. BJP officials allege it was an election ploy to please tribal voters and demanded that a session be convened after the counting of votes. December 8. It was during this debate that Deharia made several comments about opposition leaders, causing even more uproar. After the bills were passed, Minister Baghel introduced a resolution, urging the Center to include Chhattisgarh’s reservation in the Ninth Schedule of the Constitution, which lists central and state laws that cannot subject to judicial supervision. TNN


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