Kyun Rishton Mein Katti Batti

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Other communities within the Most Backward Classes (MPC) group have strongly objected to the 10.5% internal quota for the Vanni and have decided to sue.

In Tamil Nadu, the BJP has been waging a series of struggles demanding a 20% quota for the Vanni, one of the most backward sections of the state in education and employment. Bamaga founder Dr. Ramdas announced an alliance with the parties that would accept the Vanniyar’s demand for a separate reservation. Subsequently, AIADMK senior ministers Thangamani and SB Velumani held talks with Dr. Ramadoss to reach an agreement to provide 10.5% internal quota for the Vanni out of the 20% quota for the most backward.

Following this, in the last day of the session of the Legislature on February 26, the Bill was passed in the Assembly, dividing the 20% reservation for the most backward sections into 3, allocating 10.5% internal allocation to the Vanni and 7% internal allocation to the rest and 2.5% internal reservation to the rest. In the next few hours, the Chief Electoral Officer of India Sunil Arora announced the Tamil Nadu Assembly elections.

Criticisms arose that the 10.5% internal quota for the Vanni was passed just hours before the election was declared, a move that targeted the Vanni vote in the election.

In this context, the issue of allocating 10.5% internal quota to the Vanni has been strongly opposed by other communities in the most backward sections.

A total of 20% reservation is given to 103 castes in the most backward sections of government education employment in Tamil Nadu. Of these, 93 communities in the MBC section have strongly objected to the 10.5% internal quota for the Vanni, the 7% quota for the Sirmaras and the 2.5% quota for the rest. Further, they claim that it is illegal for the Tamil Nadu government to give the bulk of the MPC reservation to a specific community without conducting a Sativari survey.

Kongunadu People’s National Party general secretary Eeswaran told the media: “We have not expressed any opposition to the reservation for the Vanni. But, the time it has been given has not gone right among the people. The Tamil Nadu government has passed the bill at the last minute before announcing the election. It seems like it was done under duress. The Government of Tamil Nadu should consult with other communities on this.

Sativari appointed a commission to conduct the survey during the Bamaka struggle. Then, Pamaka Youth leader Anbumani met Chief Minister Edappadi Palanisamy and thanked him. Suddenly announcing the commission without consulting or waiting does not seem like a proper democratic process. It is the position of all that all castes should be given reservation according to their population. We all welcomed the setting up of the Commission to conduct the Sativari Survey. If it had taken place properly, it would not have seemed the right move to suddenly take this position for the election today. Thus, other communities affected by the election are more likely to vote against the ruling party. The Vanni understand that this is a temporary measure. They also do not seem to like the hasty provisional arrangement for the election. In any case, the Tamil Nadu government should have patiently researched and taken decisions. ” He said that.

Similarly, All India Forward Bloc party state general secretary PV Kathiravan told the media, “The reservation should be based on population. 20% reservation for MBC category. About 40 to 50 percent of this was given to the people.

After 1931, Sativari did not conduct the survey. We petitioned Chief Minister Palanisamy and the Minister for Welfare of Backward Classes, Valarmati, not to grant internal allocations without conducting a Sativari survey. We struggled with this.

They are compromising to get Bamaka to join the AIADMK. This is unacceptable. There should be no segregation without conducting a formal census. Chief Minister Palanisamy says the Backward Classes Commission has allowed this. Thus, the votes in the Southern District, especially from Trichy, will increase against the AIADMK. We have decided to go to court against this bill. The AIADMK government is ready to do whatever it takes to deceive these people and come to power. ”


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