Plea in Supreme Court: ‘Are Caste-Based reservations in education for eternity?’

In Supreme Court of India, a petition has been filed by an advocate searching for instructions to stick deadlines for expiration of caste-based reservation in education. Dr. Subhahs Vijayran, the petitioner who is also an MBBS doctor, has named the Indian Union, through the ministry of education, department of higher education, as a respondent in the plea.

A division bench of Judges Nageswara Rao and Judge Hemant Gupta extended the request for a one-week postponement on June 28 after the petitioner personally distributed a letter requesting an extension.

Petitioner argued that the reserve, a more valuable candidate will be given a less valuable candidate, will weaken the progress of the country and will only gain power, but the progress of country will stagnates. Further he argued that when the candidate competes in open both nation and candidate will empowered and progress. The peal has stated that, compared to the pre-reservation technology while human beings strove to advantage the ahead tag, nowadays human beings combat and spill blood for the to the rear tag.

The Supreme Court’s decision of the Ashok Kumar Thakur case was cited by the petitioner, stating that most judges believed that the need to extend the education clause after five years should be reviewed. No such review has been conducted 13 years after the decree was promulgated, and if it was handed over to the government, such review would never be conducted.

Some of the questions marked by the petitioner are:

  1. In this country, have the caste clauses been in place for many years, or will they regress or at least begin to regress after a period of time?
  2. Is there no different affirmative action-than to offer reservations in education-like giving the weaker sections unique education, coaching, economic aid, etc. To be able to permit them to compete with inside the open?
  3. Should we not strengthening the weaker sections by making them more competitive instead of depriving them of power with the perpetual crutches of the reserve?
  4. Will the eternal reserve in education permanently divide and crack the society, encourage inequality, and provoke odium, malice and resentment, not only next to the closed class but also against the system?
  5. As a defender of fundamental rights, isn’t it an inevitable duty to terminate the eternal reserve’s adverse discrimination against the unconditional class under article 14 of the Supreme Court?

Petitioner additionally said that since he belongs to the unconditional category, he has personal interest in the petition. If the petition is accepted, he and all other unconditional candidates will benefit from the success of the petition.

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