Right to Reservation in the special reference of Jaishree Lakshman Rao Patil v Chief Minister, Maharashtra SLP(C) 15737/2019

  • Abhay Kant Kaushik
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  • Abhay Kant Kaushik

    Advocate and Solicitor at Lex Chambers New Delhi, India

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The Indian constitution grants citizens of the country right to reservation as a right which insures a guarantee that every citizen Is treated equally and no discrimination would take part in anyway possible. The reservation right is given to the weaker section of the society which includes any discriminated persons who is discriminated on the basis of religion, sex, colour, caste, creed, and economic backwardness. This paper is regarding different case studies and precedents which will elaborate people’s mindset about reservation policies in India, then there is an analysis about opinions of different jurists in lieu of our main case Jaishree Lakshmi Rao Patil v Chief Minister, Maharashtra SLP(C) 15737/2019 and some other major cases. In the end I will define my opinion regarding the developments that should be made by government and society to promote weaker sections of the society and make sure that no one is getting undue advantage of it.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 3, Page 550 - 566

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.117546

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