New Delhi: This Supreme Court Haphazard on wednesday Maharashtra To give the law Reservation To Maratha community Admission to the state and in government jobs.
The court said that from the people Maratha The community cannot be declared educationally and socially backward.
A five-judge bench comprising Justices Ashok Bhushan, L Nageshwara Rao, S Abdul Nazir, Hemant Gupta and S Ravindra Bhat unanimously agreed not to reconsider the 100 per cent cap on reservation and unconstitutionality. Maratha reservation.
However, the bench disagreed with the validity of the 102nd constitutional amendment.
While endorsing the recognition of the 102nd Constitutional Amendment, the five-judge bench by a majority held that the state could not declare any community socially and educationally backward and that it had to be done by the Center. However, the minority ruling says both the center and the state can declare backwardness for giving reservations to the community.
Refusing to re-examine the 1992 judgment on Reservation 0 per cent reservation, the court said that there was no valid land to violate 50 per cent reservation while granting Maratha reservation.
The SCA said the Social and Educational Backward Classes (SEBC) Act for Maharashtra State Reservation, which gives reservation to the Maratha community in public education and employment, is unconstitutional.