The end of this reservation has affected more than 11,000 OBC applicants across the country. After the petition was filed in the Supreme Court, now the advocates have also appealed to the President of India in this matter.
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In this whole matter, today a delegation led by Advocate Chand Ram Vishwakarma went to Rashtrapati Bhavan and submitted a memorandum of demand to the President. And in the Supreme Court, petition number 596 (2015) of Saloni Kumari vs DGHS has been requested by the President to dispose of it within a month.
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Central government wants to deprive backward class students of higher education
Advocate Chand Ram told that the BJP-ruled central government has abolished the reservation of OBCs from the NEET examination. The BJP government is directly working to deprive the students of backward classes from higher education.
More than 11 thousand candidates were deprived of the examination due to the decision of the Center
The BJP government does not want the poor and backward classes of the country to get higher education. More than 11 thousand candidates have been directly denied the examination. By abolishing the reservation of OBCs from NEET, the BJP government has done the work of throttling social justice.
Advocates Arvind Singh, Puneet Tomar, Surjit Singh Lati, BK Sharma, Rahul Singh, Vijay Singh, Gajendra Singh, Bhupendra Singh, Santish Panchal along with Advocate Chand Ram Vishwakarma were prominently involved in submitting the memorandum to the President.
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