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BJP-AJSU sleepless due to increase in reservation quota for backward in Jharkhand


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Published: Sunday, November 20, 2022, 12:13 [IST]

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Ranchi, November 20- It is necessary to cultivate caste equation in politics. According to the community which has more number, it is a tradition to give priority. Jharkhand is also not untouched by this. Here also efforts are on between all the parties to bring about an equalization of different communities. At present, the ruling JMM-Congress-RJD alliance seems to be leading in this. Giving an extension to tribal-centric politics, the ruling Jharkhand Mukti Morcha has passed a bill related to the recommendation to increase the reservation percentage for backward classes from 14 to 27 percent.

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BJP had reduced the reservation of backward classes: JMM-Congress
This is an old demand of organizations of backward classes. These organizations claim that the backward class population in Jharkhand is 55 percent. Against this, this community should get reservation. Apart from this, the State Backward Classes Commission had also recommended to the Jharkhand government to increase the reservation. The commission had recommended increasing the reservation of backward classes from 36 percent to 50 percent. However, the Hemant Soren government has passed the bill to increase reservation. Under this, a provision of 15 percent reservation has been made for the castes included in schedule one and 12 percent for the castes included in schedule two of the backward class. The ruling coalition also alleged that the previous BJP government had reduced the reservation percentage for backward classes. Now the tug of war between the parties and the opposition will intensify regarding this.

Stir in BJP and AJSU camp due to government’s decision
Due to the decision of the Jharkhand government, there is a stir in the main opposition BJP and its ally AJSU party. Both the parties have made the agenda of the state government’s announcement of conducting local body elections without reservation for backward classes. It is notable that the local body elections will be held in the state without backward class reservation. Prior to this, the backward classes did not get reservation even in the panchayat elections. BJP’s ally AJSU party has gone a step ahead of this. AJSU Party President Sudesh Mahto has raised the demand for caste census in the state. He is also running a statewide campaign regarding this. AJSU party is also continuously organizing conferences in different areas regarding this.

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BJP-AJSU sleepless due to increase in reservation quota for backward in Jharkhand

Story first published: Sunday, November 20, 2022, 12:13 [IST]

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