Court says there is no legal or constitutional impediment to provide reservations for OBCs under the quota in non-central institutions
Current Affairs : The Madras High Court today guided the Central government to set up a board of trustees with the interest of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Tamil Nadu Health Department and the Medical Council of India (MCI), to give reservation to Other Backward Class (OBC) understudies under the All India Quota for clinical seats in non-focal organizations from the following scholarly year.
The principal seat of the Madras High Court comprising of Chief Justice A P Sahi and Justice Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy today conveyed a judgment on the requests presented by every single ideological group including the decision AIADMK, and the Opposition comprising of DMK, PMK and others.
“The arrangement to give reservation in All India quantity seats is as of now set up and is lawfully upheld. There is no legitimate or any established obstruction for broadening the advantage of booking for Other Backward Castes (OBCs),” said in the Order.
The Court said the Center has just proposed to give bookings for OBCs under All-India quantity in non-focal organizations subject to by and large reservations not being more than 50 percent however it has not passed any law. In this way, a positive heading can’t be given. The Court said there is no lawful or protected obstacle to give reservations to OBCs in All India standard clinical seats in non-focal organizations subject to assist headings by the Supreme Court.