SC support for non-quota students

via HK published on September 16, 2008

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With the whole country being forced to read only about the
Delhi blasts and the Christian biased UPA sponsored violence in Mangalore, some
news like the recent ruling of the Supreme Court will bring relief and hope to
many Indians that there is still hope from the vicious circle of quota based
politics.

 

Responding to petitions filed in the SC, the bench ruled
that its judgment on 27 percent OBC reservation in central educational
institutions this year spells out clearly that vacant seats will be filled by
the non reserved category.

 

The petition informed the court that over 432 seats lay
vacant under the quote violating the court order as the government couldn’t
fill them with the OBC quota who claim always that they have been marginalized.


“It is a national waste. Justices Arijit Pasayat, CK Thakker and Dalveer
Bhandari of the five-judge Bench held that there cannot be any vacancy; it has
to be reverted to the general category,” Venugopal said, adding,
“Reservation was not intended for the purpose that if they are not there,
it would not be available to others.” 
Justice Pasayat said, “We have said it (vacant seats in reserved
category) should go to the non-reserved category in case there are not enough
reserved candidates.” Seconding the observation, Justice Thakker said,
“It’s not in the larger interest of the nation to keep seats vacant.”
The third to follow suit was Justice Bhandari, who responded, “Where is
the confusion? There is no confusion.” 
The judges stated that the intention of passing the order was to ensure
that additional seats were made available to the maximum number of students.
“The position is very clear. Our intention was not to leave anything
vacant. Fill them up… if not by reserved category, then by non-reserved
category.”

The successive Congress governments, Congress supported governments and caste originations
have used the reservation techniques to lay claim to the various quotas thus
reducing the chances if actually qualified aspirants to these seats. It’s a criminal
waste if these seats are left to rot simply for the fear of protests from these
self centered organizations who don’t have an iota of concern for the nations
development or of that of the next generation.

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