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Move to dilute OBC/ST/SC reservation policy concerning: Sharad Yadav

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New Delhi: "It is matter of great distress and utmost concern that there is a move by the Government again to dilute reservation policy for OBC/ ST/SC. The 10-year-old matter regarding reservation in faculty post in All India Institute of Medical Sciences was taken up by Constitutional Bench of Hon. Supreme Court in a great haste, even though the Chief Justice of India is retiring on 18th July. The matter which has national importance, effecting the 80% population of this country and has very wide repercussions and ramifications was heard by the Supreme Court in the manner in which makes me very suspicious," said Sharad Yadav, MP and President of JD(U) in a press release.

"From the last few days, I am keeping a strict watch on this issue and it is very evident that the attitude of Government and AIIMS is against reservation and all efforts are made to lose this case, and ultimately Supreme Court gives judgment once again against reservation. Government is trying hard with the help of Court to stop reservation in all medical posts of AIIMS. The ultimate aim of the present Government is to stop reservations in all the faulty posts of medical, engineering , IIT, Centre and State Universities and many more areas. Recently the reservation in promotion was also stuck down by the Supreme Court and till now government is in no mood to pass an ordinance in favour of this," he said.

Sharad Yadav further stated, "I am aware of the recent development going in AIIMS and Ministry of Health. The Government and the AIIMS administration were trying their best not to give reservation in faculty posts. The direct post of the professor is the best example. From the last 2 years I am struggling, written letters to the Minister also, but the government was keeping silent. Indeed all measures were taken and tried not to give and even to stop existing reservation in faculty posts of AIIMS. When it became clear that they could not stop it politically and at the level of bureaucracy they have taken the path of court. The anti reservation attitude of our courts are well known."

Mr. Yadav has urged all the MPs/MLAs/politicians of all political parties and all the people belonging to OBC/SC/ST to stand united and come on streets against this anti-reservation move by the Government and Supreme Court.

Mr. Yadav has also welcomed the statement of Chief Justice that there should be reservation in the judiciary also.
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