High court refuses to vacate stay on 27% OBC — MADHYA PRADESH HIGH COURT
The Madhya Pradesh High Court refused to vacate stay on 27% on OBC quota, the case was presided over by Justice Sheel Nagu and Justice Virendra Singh.
FACTS OF THE CASE
Division Bench of Madhya Pradesh heard a bunch of petitions for and against the government order to hike OBC reservation from 14% to 27%. Counsels for the government and petitioners supporting the increase in OBC quota requested the court to vacate the stay in the light of a Supreme Court order in the EWS quota case. The counsel argued that the stay on 27% reservation has led in the delay of several recruitment tests including MPPCS.
All this began with the Jabalpur bench of Madhya Pradesh high court struck down the 27% quota for Other Backward Classes (OBC) in the main examination of state’s Public Service Commission (PSC), held in 2019.
JUDGEMENT OF THE CASE
Division Bench of Madhya Pradesh heard a bunch of petitions for and against the government order to hike OBC reservation from 14% to 27%, has refused to vacate its interim stays on its implementation. The HC declined to vacate the stay.
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JUDGEMENT REVIEWED BY VYSHNAVI KRISHNAN.