Article 15 of Indian Constitution

  • Parul Sharma
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  • Parul Sharma

    Assistant Professor at Delhi Institute of Rural Development College, India

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“Dr Ambedkar stated that "the report of the Minorities Committee provided that all minorities should have two benefits or privileges, namely representation in the legislatures and representation in the services." The reservation issue has remained a cause of disagreement between the reserved and the non- reserved sections of the society. Its implementation may disbalance the aim to attain Fundamental right by not fulfilling of Art 14 i.e Equality but Reservation can be reason to a step towards ensuring the constitutional goal of equality of status, rather than opportunity and thus, the formalistic notion of equality has to be compromised a bit in the interests of social justice .A Lot of Says by honourable Judges of our Indian Judiciary as to reservations have been modified by our parliament through Constitutional Amendments Acts.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 2429 - 2436


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