The judgement of the Supreme Court in the case of reservation for Economically Weaker Sections is a watershed moment in the development of the law.
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The judgement is in two parts: Part I: All five Honourable judges agreed that a new reservation can be carved out applying economic criteria Part II: The Court was divided 3:2 on the question of excluding the OBC, SC and ST from the new category of 'poor'

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The question, which does not seem to have been addressed by the honorable dissenting judges is, "why is it that thought has not been given to earmarking a portion of the already existing reservation for the MBC/ SC/ST to benefit the economically-weaker sections amongst them?"
 
It's A Matter Of Concern And Shame Of Largest Democracy Of The World.
 
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Sc/ST and OBC have their own reservation - why do they need more reservations ???
 
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