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OBC 127th Constitution Amendment Bill Discussion LIVE Updates, Parliament Monsoon Session: Discussion Begins In Lok Sabha On Constitution Amendment Bill Giving States The Right To Make OBC List Support of many parties including

OBC 127th Constitution Amendment Bill Discussion LIVE Updates, Parliament Monsoon Session: Discussion Begins In Lok Sabha On Constitution Amendment Bill Giving States The Right To Make OBC List Support of many parties including

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Preparation to pass a bill to give states the right to make OBC list in the monsoon session

OBC 127th Constitution Amendment Bill Discussion :monsoon session of parliamentIn the last week of the Lok Sabha Monsoon Session, the OBC Constitution Amendment Bill was started by the government in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday. this constitution amendment bill Gives the right to the states to make the OBC list. In the Lok Sabha, Minister of State for Social Welfare, Dr. Virendra Kumar started the discussion. Congress, TRS, TMC, BSP, SP, NCP Including all the opposition parties also supported the government, but raised questions about the limit of 50 percent reservation and raised the voice of increasing this limit. In the initial weeks of the monsoon session of Parliament, most of the uproar has led to no business. Opposition parties are constantly creating ruckus on issues like Pegasus SPY Scandal, inflation and farmers’ protest. Modi government And both the opposition are constantly saying that they are ready for discussion, but it does not seem to be happening. Although OBC There have been indications of a consensus between the government and the opposition parties on the discussion and passage of the Constitution Amendment Bill related to the list (OBC List). In such a situation, it is expected that the government will get this bill passed in the next few days of the session. This is being seen as a major exercise of the government to woo the backward classes before the UP assembly elections. This can clear the way for Maratha reservation in Maharashtra. At the same time, other reservation related dilemmas in the states can be removed. In its recent decision, the Supreme Court had said that only the central government has the right to prepare the OBC list, due to which Maratha reservation was put in the way. Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and leaders of other opposition parties have appealed to the central government to amend the constitution.

MP’s BJP MP targets Congress

BJP MP from Satna in Madhya Pradesh, Ganesh Singh said that Congress has always worked to block the way for the welfare of backward classes. Former PM Rajiv Gandhi did this. He raised the issue of abolishing the reservation of backward classes in some universities. He said that PM Narendra Modi paved the way for the upliftment of children of backward classes through reservation in Kendriya Vidyalaya, Sainik School and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya.

National Conference and CPM also spoke on the Constitution Amendment Bill
Constitutional Amendment Bill In Lok Sabha: IUML MP ET Mohammad Bashir, Jammu and Kashmir National Conference MP Hasnain Masoodi and CPM’s Alappuzha MP AM Arif spoke on the Constitution Amendment Bill.

TMC supported the bill, but raised questions on the intention of the government
All India Trinamool Congress leader Kalyan Banerjee supported the constitutional amendment and said that the states should get more rights. He said that Union Minister Bhupendra Yadav did not put the correct facts in the House. The concept of creamy layer came from the Indira Sawhney case of the Supreme Court. No government had done this.

BJP MP raises the issue of Rahul Gandhi’s absence in Lok Sabha
Parliament Monsoon Session: BJP MP Sanjay Jaiswal raised the issue of former Congress President Rahul Gandhi’s absence from the Lok Sabha during the discussion on this important Constitution Amendment Bill. Jaiswal said that Congress leaders in the Lok Sabha say that Congress is a responsible party, but their leaders are visiting Kashmir on such an important occasion.

Akhilesh Yadav said, 50 percent reservation limit should be increased, caste census should be done
Samajwadi Party MP and former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav also supported this Constitution Amendment Bill (Constitution 127th Amendment Bill, 2021) on behalf of the party. Akhilesh said that it is good to give right to states to make OBC list, but raised questions about the 50 percent reservation limit. He accused the BJP of spreading differences among castes. He said that if the SP government comes to UP, then the caste census will be conducted.

BSP supported the OBC Constitution Amendment Bill, but surrounded the government
BSP MP from UP Ritesh Pandey also supported the Constitution Amendment Bill. Ritesh Pandey, however, accused the BJP of doing caste politics. He said that there is talk of reservation among the upper castes and backward classes, but behind the scenes the game of eliminating jobs is going on. He also reminded of the struggle made by Mayawati and Kanshi Ram to implement the recommendations of the Mandal Commission.

NCP leader Supriya Sule said, reviewed the creamy layer limit every three years
Constitution 127th Amendment Bill: NCP leader and Baramati MP Supriya Sule said that Uddhav Thackeray had met PM Modi and expressed his gratitude to the government for accepting his suggestion. Sule said that the government also demanded to remove the hurdles being faced by the 50 percent reservation limit. Also demanded to review the creamy layer every three years.

Lok Janshakti Party also supported OBC bill
Lok Janshakti Party MP Prince Raj said that his party supports the OBC Constitution Amendment Bill. He remembered former Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan. Raj said that the Modi government thinks about the rights of Dalits and backwards. He also advocated giving social, economic, educational freedom. He expressed hope that Patels in Gujarat, Marathas in Maharashtra, Jat community in Haryana would be given the benefit of reservation.

BJD and TRS also supported the Constitution Amendment Bill
OBC 127th Constitution Amendment Bill: BJD and TRS also supported the Constitution Amendment Bill. The TRS MP said that due to the limitation of reservation limit to 50 percent, there will be problems even further. But his party would have supported the Constitution Amendment Bill. He demanded the creation of a separate ministry for OBCs.

Modi government also did the work of increasing the creamy layer limit of OBC
OBC 127th Constitution Amendment Bill 2021: BJP MP and Union Minister Bhupendra Yadav said that in 1993, a commission was formed for the Backward Commission and the work of increasing the creamy layer was also done by Atal ji’s government in 2004. The Modi government also did the work of giving constitutional status to the Backward Classes Commission. For ten years, the UPA government did not do this despite the demands of all the parties. The Modi government also did the work of increasing the limit of creamy layer.

BJP MP alleges, Congress ignored backward classes
OBC Constitutional Amendment Bill BJP MP Bhupendra Yadav said that no government has taken steps for the welfare of more backward classes than the Modi government. Yadav said that the Congress did not do justice by not implementing the Kaka Kalelkar Committee recommendations for 40 years. Even after the Mandal Commission’s report came under the Janata Party’s rule, the Congress kept the backward class hanging on it for 6 years. Then the opposition government came, then the leader of the then opposition Congress opposed it.

JDU MP Rajeev Ranjan Singh raised the demand for caste census
JDU Rajiv Ranjan Singh said that the 127th Constitution Amendment Bill shows the government’s commitment towards the welfare of OBCs. The intention of the government is clear and due to this, continuous improvement is taking place. After the review petition was dismissed in the Supreme Court, the government has brought this bill for OBCs. The JDU MP raised the demand for caste census during this time and after 1931, after 2021 again raised the voice of such census.

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