INTERNAL RESERVATIONS: NEGOTIATING SUCCESSFUL

INTERNAL RESERVATIONS: NEGOTIATING SUCCESSFUL

APPROVAL OF DALIT ORGANIZATIONS FOR ADJUSTMENT FORMULA

DALIT ORGANISATIONS DEMAND STATE GOVT  TO IMPLIMENT SADASHIVA COMMISSION REPORT WITHIN 15 DAYS

BANGALORE: Dalit organizations have decided to cooperate with the implementation of the co-ordination system. The compromise held by CM Siddaramaiah was successful, The platform has been set up to tackle the disruption of the Sadashiva commission report.

The state has been fiercely fighting for the past two years in connection with its imposition of Internal Reservation. This led to conflict between the Left and the right classes in the Dalits. It is a new development that has come to the conclusion that both parties come forward and settle the problem.

Congress MPs, MLAs, Siddaramaiah, held meetings with MLAs. The decision was taken at a meeting of the House of Representatives to continue with legal advice on the Sadashiva report. The same meeting with the representatives of Dalit organizations was convened on Monday evening.

The Dalit organization also showed a tight-faced attitude at one point. The left and right arm were in the forefront of maintaining their interests. However, the Dalit organizations have agreed to compromise after the Dalit organization appeals.

WHAT IS THE COMPROMISE FORMULA?

According to the Sadashiva commission report, the left hand group 6 percent reserved pressure. This was a strong opposition to the right-wing group. But, “We have a reservation of 5.50 per cent. Left Front also proposed a proposal for setting up a 5.50 per cent reservation for the right wing. If it is inevitable, then left-handedly gives us 6 per cent reservation. The sources say that the right eye expresses the opinion that 5 percent reservation is sufficient.

The representatives of the Dalit organizations have also insisted on the idea of ​​organizing the opinion of the parties rather than the standpoint of political parties.

WHAT IS CM’S PERSUASION?

The Advocate General has already decided to continue with the opinion. As such, the report will be immediately submitted and will be presented before the Cabinet. Action will be taken as soon as possible to penetrate. The organizers need to abandon the protest and cooperate with the government. The CM said that no confusion should be allowed.

If the confusion is not resolved then the election will be problematic. People are asking about this. This issue is being discussed where ministers and legislators have gone. If it does not find a solution, it will become even more messy. The government has no intention of obtaining political profits. TheDalit organizations  made clear that the negotiated approach was appropriate for the Dalit community. Bowie and Lambani are not excluded from the SC list. It is learned that the allegations that a written handwriting on the commission’s report was unconstitutional.

The representatives of the left and right organization agree to have a gap. The Dalit community  has quit the confusion about the report. The decision will be made soon as soon as possible with the consent of the Law Department.

– H. Anjaneya, Social Welfare Minister

The Sadashiva commission report has resolved confusion over enforcement. He has made the decision to take the trust of the organization.

– Mavalli Shankar

CM has convinced the two groups that the controversy is positive growth.

-Laxmanarayana Nagavara

Adjustment Formula 1

Per cent for left and right hand 5.50% reservation

Adjustment formula 2

Left to left 6 and up to right hand 5% reservation

HOW TO PERSUADE

If the confusion is not resolved then the election will be problematic. If you do not find a solution, it will become even more messy. The government has no intention of obtaining political profits. The Dalit community has made it clear that the negotiating route is appropriate for the Dalit community.

Mr. H.P. Kumar, Presedent of Chalavadi Maha Sabha and other leaders were present.

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