EBC RESERVATION BILL PASSED IN RAJYASABHA
The bill, which provides 10% reservation to the economically weaker sections in the open category, has been passed in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday in government jobs and higher education institutions. There was a general election voting on this issue. In which the bill was passed by a majority of 7 votes against 165.
Along with this, the country's poor farmers will also get 10% reservation in government jobs and higher education institutions. This bill is not submitted to the Select Committee. The demand for sending the opposition to the Select Committee was rejected. Bill will be sent to the President. With the introduction of their mahor, this bill will form the law. Who will get the benefit of the reservation
The economically weaker candidates of all the communities in the open category including Brahmin - Rajput - Thakur - Jat - Maratha - Bhumihar - Kapu - Kamma - Patel - Jain - Vaishnava - Muslim - Christian - Sikh - Parsi.
Under the 10 percent reservation, 98 percent of the population will take 800 years to serve the job: Anand Sharma
Congress MP Anand Sharma said that 10 percent of the poor people will cover 98 percent of the country's population. Some economists told me, considering the current figures, under 10% reservation, 98% of the population will take 800 years to get jobs. In 2014, the Modi government promised 20 crore jobs every year, but in 2018 only one crore people lost their jobs.
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