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Supreme Court continues hearing the matter of reservation in Maharashtra local bodies election

Lawstreet Journal 19 Jan 2022 8:38pm

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The SupremeCourt continues hearing the matter of reservation in  Maharashtra local bodies election.

Maharashtra govt had urged the SC to recall order renotifying 27% OBC seats as those of general category.

Sr Adv Vikas Singh: Your lordship's first judgment was 4/3/21. The point here was that the statute had provided for reservation so like the constitution bench judgment in K Krishnamurthy, you read down the statute saying it's only enabling

Singh: The question arose why provide reservation on backwardness when we are numerically large. Your lordship held that it is for service purpose.

SC: Your HC writ petition was for what relief?

Singh: Same thing.

SC: Was it withdrawn then?

Singh: Let me check.

Singh: Everything is transferred here (from Bom HC).

SC: Where is the prayer?

Singh: I don't have that paperbook. In the SLP writ petition starts at 84. Prayer is at 108.

SC:Let us see what is the prayer.

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Tagged: Maharashtra Government   Election Commission of India  
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