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SC Dismisses Centre's Review Petition Against Interpretation of 102nd Constitution Amendment - (02 Jul 2021)

CONSTITUTION

Supreme Court has dismissed the review petition filed by the Central Government against the 5-judge bench judgment of the Supreme Court which held that the 102nd Constitution Amendment abrogated the power of State Governments to identify and notify socially and educationally backward classes (SEBCs).

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