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SC Strikes Down 10.5% Reservation in Tamil Nadu for Vanniyars - (31 Mar 2022)

CONSTITUTION

Supreme Court has struck down the 10.5 percent reservation in Tamil Nadu that is provided to Vanniyars, a Most Backward Community (MBC), in government jobs and admission to educational institutions. The Court has stated that caste can be a starting point but can’t be the sole basis to decide backwardness for granting Reservation.

Tags : SUPREME COURT   RESERVATION   TAMIL NADU   VANNIYARS   MOST BACKWARD COMMUNITY  

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