MK Stalin On Reservation Policy: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin has attacked the BJP government at the Center regarding the reservation policy other than the Women’s Reservation Bill introduced in the Lok Sabha on the second day of the special session of the Parliament.
According to news agency PTI, in the Social Justice Conference on Tuesday (September 19), CM Stalin said that the BJP government at the Center is not implementing the reservation policy properly. He demanded that states should be allowed to decide the ratio of reservation.
CM Stalin stressed that reservation in employment and education should not be limited to 50 percent. For example, the maximum reservation in Tamil Nadu was 69 percent and it should not be limited to 50 percent. Stalin, president of the ruling DMK in Tamil Nadu, said that states should be allowed to decide the quantum of reservation based on the population of eligible sections. Should be given.
CM Stalin said this while addressing the second meeting of All India Federation for Social Justice held in New Delhi through virtual medium.