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Thursday, July 5, 2018

UP SC/ST Commission sends AMU see over amount for Dalits, tribals: Back and forward finished establishment's 'minority' label proceeds

The Uttar Pradesh Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe Commission on Wednesday said the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) isn't a minority organization and issued a notice to the varsity asking it to clarify for what valid reason it doesn't offer reservation to the SC/ST people group.  

While the AMU claims minority status and does not save seats for SC/ST hopefuls, Uttar Pradesh SC/ST Commission administrator Brij Lal said different Supreme Court and high court mandates have built up that the AMU isn't a minority organization. "The AMU isn't a minority establishment," Brij Lal told journalists. "I have issued a notice to the AMU for not offering reservation to the SC/STs." He said that in the notice, the AMU recorder has been requested to answer by 8 August. 
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The AMU's minority status has been the subject of much discussion. As indicated by a report in, the Allahabad High Court maintained its 2005 judgment naming as 'unlawful' the allowing of minority status to AMU and 50 percent reservation to Muslims. The request was passed by a seat involving Chief Justice A Ray and Justice Ashok Bhushan on petitions recorded by the focal government and AMU testing the single-judge decision on 4 October, 2005, as per the report. 

As per a report in The Indian Express, the recent United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government at that point tested the Allahabad High Court arrange in the Supreme Court. In any case, in 2016, the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) pulled back that interest, with then lawyer general Mukul Rohatgi saying there was "not much" about the choice. 

"I should reveal to you that there is nothing political about it. The Aligarh Muslim University was set up by an Act of the Parliament when India was not free. It was under British run the show. Subsequently, it isn't right to state that it was set up by Muslims. There is a judgment of the Supreme Court (20 October, 1967) of a seat of five judges proclaiming that the AMU was not a minority establishment, and that legitimate position still holds," Rohatgi told a TV news channel, as indicated by the report. "We have asked for what valid reason SC/ST people group have not been given advantages of reservation. Under what conditions has it been finished? The Supreme Court has not yet passed any request in which the AMU was kept from giving reservation advantages to SC/STs. In the light of high court and SC orders, it has been set up that the AMU isn't a minority establishment," Lal included. 
He said the AMU resembled some other focal college, and keeps running on its assets. "Henceforth, it needs to give due reservation." When solicited what will be the course from activity if the AMU did not answer inside the stipulated time, Brij Lal said the "commission will utilize its capacity and issue summons to them."

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