India’s Supreme Court to focus on three key questions in examining jobs quota for less well-off

India’s Supreme Court is expected to wrap up hearings on whether an act, which grants the less well-off a 10% quota in government jobs, violates the Constitution. The EWS, or Economically Weaker Section, quota applies to those earning less than $10,000 a year. A five-judge bench is presiding over the case. Three key areas will be assessed: 1) Whether reservation based on economic criteria should be allowed, 2) whether the amendment act breaches the Constitution, and 3) whether the amendment excludes other socially disadvantaged classes.

Subscribe to our channel here:

Subscribe to our news service on Telegram:

Follow us:
CNA Lifestyle:

You May Also Like