After consulting authorized specialists, the Tamil Nadu authorities would take a call on the subsequent plan of action on inside reservation for Vanniyars, state Water Resources Minister Duraimurugan stated on Thursday.
Without correct fundamental information, a legislation to offer inside quota for Vanniyars was introduced out by the earlier AIADMK regime swiftly for ‘political reasons’ within the run-up to the Assembly election final 12 months, the minister stated.
Despite the federal government’s all-out efforts, like appointment of senior advocates to deal with the matter, the legislation to offer sub-quota for Vanniyars was struck down by the Supreme Court in view of the information issue, Duraimurugan stated in a press release.
Against this background, the minister stated the Tamil Nadu authorities would take a call on the subsequent plan of action on inside reservation for Vanniyars after consulting authorized specialists.
Reacting to the judgment, PMK founder S Ramadoss stated the decision made it clear that based mostly on clear information, a suggestion might be made by the Tamil Nadu Backward Classes Commission to offer inside reservation for Vanniyars.
Based on it, the federal government may undertake a contemporary Bill within the Assembly and supply reservation, the PMK chief stated in a press release and urged Chief Minister M Ok Stalin to instantly take steps on this regard.
Tamizhaga Vazhvurimai Katchi chief T Velmurugan urged Stalin to enact a brand new laws to offer reservation and be sure that it doesn’t get struck down by courts.
The Tamil Nadu Assembly final 12 months handed a invoice offering inside reservation of 10.5 per cent for Vanniyars, a most backward group, in authorities jobs and in admission to instructional establishments.
The legislation break up the mixture 20 per cent reservation for the Most Backward Classes (MBCs) and Denotified Communities into three separate classes by regrouping castes and supplied 10.5 per cent sub-quota for ‘Vanniyars’, formally Vanniakula Kshatriyas.
The Supreme Court on Thursday struck down the ten.5 per cent reservation.