Reservation has social, financial implications for the oppressed: SC
When it is about other reservations, it is linked to the lineage. That backwardness is not a temporary thing. Rather, it goes on for centuries and generations. But the economic backwardness may be temporary, the bench said.
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, on behalf of the Centre, defended the 103rd Constitutional Amendment, saying that 10 per cent quota for EWS of general category, 50 per cent reservation available for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes and provided without disturbing parliamentary knowledge. has been done. The move towards a constitutional amendment cannot be set aside without establishing that it violates the basic structure of the Constitution.
The other side is not denying that people struggling or suffering from poverty in that unreserved class need some support. There is no doubt about that.