Arun Jaitley Urges Opposition To Pass 10 Per Cent Quota Bill
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley made it clear that states would not require approval on the bill to impose 10 per cent reservation for the poor. As soon as Parliament approves, the bill will come into force in the form of law. Speaking during the debate on EBC reservation on Tuesday (January 8) in the Lok Sabha, he said.
Jaitley said that the bill is trying to take the spirit of the constitutional leaders. “Our endeavor is to justify the people of all sections of the country. The bill intended to bring back the economically backward classes. The bill does not require states’ approval, “Jaitley said.
Jaitley said that Aided and Unedited was included during the 15th Amendment Clause (5) amendment. Accordingly, we are now trying to make reservation for backward classes. The PV has not done any special law, hence the court has dismissed it.
Jaitley said that all the major parties, including Congress, have been guaranteed by the election in the past. Explained in the election manifesto. So all members of the party wanted to support. Reservation based on caste-based reservation does not exceed 50%, so it is clear that many members of the bill can not make any amendments.
“The court says that if the reservation is over 50 percent, That concern is true, but it is the basis for reservations made up to Article 15 and 16 of the reservation so far. Article 16 (4) deals with reservation based on castes, “Jaitley said.