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CM Chandrasekhar Rao blunts BJP charge with ST quota plans – The New Indian Express

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HYDERABAD: In a deft move aimed at forcing the Center to take a decision on the ST reservation bill, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao announced on Saturday that a GO will be issued within a week, improving the reservations of the schedule tribe (ST) from the existing 6% to 10%, leaving the burden on the Union government to honor it.

“It’s up to (Prime Minister) Narendra Modi if he honors the GO (which is not out yet) or makes it a noose for himself,” Rao thundered to rapturous applause at the stadium NTR where he addressed a large public meeting – – Telangana Adivasi Girijan Atmagaurav Sabha.Rao oscillated between celebration and election modes, announcing that his government would hand over title deeds to podu land, increase the number of hostels for STs and would implement ‘Girijana Bandhu’ on Dalit Bandhu lines for Tribals.

Invoice pending with Prez
He reminded the assembly that in line with its election promise, the TRS Government passed the Telangana Backward Classes, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes (Reservation of Seats in Educational Institutions and of appointments or positions in state departments), in the state legislature and sent it to the president for approval to become law. “However, the bill, which plans to increase ST reservations to 10% and BC-E (backward sections among Muslims) quota to 12% from 4%, remains pending,” he said. he stated, adding that he was miffed at asking the Center to approve the bill.

With the decision to issue a GO increasing bookings, Rao kicked the ball straight into the Center field, which may require him to act due to the tribal community’s demand to increase his representation based on his growing population. According to the 2011 census, ST constitute 9.08% of the population; an assessment indicates that the ST population is around 12% now.

Statutory ceiling
“The Constitution does not cap statutory reserves. Tamil Nadu implements 69% of reservations. The Center is also implementing the EWS quota which takes total reservations beyond the 50% threshold by including it in the seventh schedule,” Rao pointed out. He added that he hoped that the President would give his assent to the bill soon if the Center gave his approval as she is from the Adivasi community. “I want to ask Modi and Amit Shah, who is in the city to engage in divisive politics, what is stopping them from giving their assent to the bill passed by the Telangana legislature?” said Rao.

Referring to the pattas’ long-standing demand for podu land to tribal communities, he said the state government has identified land to be distributed to eligible people from tribal communities, adding that Rythu Bandhu will also be implemented. on these podu lands.

the crowd at the event

Disruptive Forces at Work: KCR

The Chief Minister accused the BJP-led Union government of giving public assets worth millions of dollars to a few individuals virtually for free. “They (the Center) create appalling conditions. I call on the people of Telangana not to worry about the situation but to be vigilant,” he said.

Earlier, after hoisting the national flag as part of the ‘Telangana Jateeya Samaikyata Dinostavam’ (National Telangana Absorption Day) celebrations in the public gardens, Rao said that the communal elements which had no role in the integration of Hyderabad State into the Indian Union were now trying to divide the Telangana society with their evil attempts.

Rao called on people across the country to step forward while observing developments around them and discerning between good and evil. He said that some “disruptive forces” who have no role in the history of Telangana are trying to twist history to sow discord among the people and draw political divisions out of it.

A day to remember
CM inaugurates Komaram Bheem Adivasi Bhavan & Sevalal Banjara Bhavan, built at a cost of over `24cr
Amit Shah’s security was breached when a car, driven by a TRS worker, obstructed his convoy traveling from Haritha Plaza to Begumpet.
Congress releases the pattern for its version of Telangana Talli, draped in a tricolor sari holding native plants

RAO RECALLS THE STRUGGLES OF THE STATE
Calling on people to be vigilant, he said, “Telangana itself is an example for understanding how things would go wrong if people didn’t pay attention. Telangana lived a cursed life for
58 years due to a mistake that happened in the past (Formation of Andhra Pradesh State on linguistic basis),” he said. He added that people had to sacrifice lives and languish in prison to get a separate state.

HYDERABAD: In a deft move aimed at forcing the Center to take a decision on the ST reservation bill, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao announced on Saturday that a GO will be issued within a week, improving the reservations of the schedule tribe (ST) from the existing 6% to 10%, leaving the burden on the Union government to honor it. “It’s up to (Prime Minister) Narendra Modi if he honors the GO (which is not out yet) or makes it a noose for himself,” Rao thundered to rapturous applause at the stadium NTR where he addressed a large public meeting – – Telangana Adivasi Girijan Atmagaurav Sabha.Rao oscillated between celebration and election modes, announcing that his government would hand over title deeds to podu land, increase the number of hostels for STs and would implement ‘Girijana Bandhu’ on Dalit Bandhu lines for Tribals. Bill Pending with Prez He reminded the assembly that in line with its election promise, the TRS Government passed the Telangana Backward Classes, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes (Reservation of Seats in Educational Institutions and State Service Appointments or Positions), 2017, to the State Legislative Assembly and sent it to the President for approval to become law. “However, the bill, which plans to increase ST reservations to 10% and BC-E (backward sections among Muslims) quota to 12% from 4%, remains pending,” he said. he stated, adding that he was miffed at asking the Center to approve the bill. With the decision to issue a GO increasing bookings, Rao kicked the ball straight into the Center field, which may require him to act due to the tribal community’s demand to increase his representation based on his growing population. According to the 2011 census, ST constitute 9.08% of the population; an assessment indicates that the ST population is around 12% now. Statutory ceiling “The Constitution does not cap statutory reserves. Tamil Nadu implements 69% of reservations. The Center is also implementing the EWS quota which takes total reservations beyond the 50% threshold by including it in the seventh schedule,” Rao pointed out. He added that he hoped that the President would give his assent to the bill soon if the Center gave his approval as she is from the Adivasi community. “I want to ask Modi and Amit Shah, who is in the city to engage in divisive politics, what is stopping them from giving their assent to the bill passed by the Telangana legislature?” said Rao. Referring to the pattas’ long-standing demand for podu land to tribal communities, he said the state government has identified land to be distributed to eligible people from tribal communities, adding that Rythu Bandhu will also be implemented. on these podu lands. the crowd at the event Disruptive Forces at Work: KCR Chief Minister accused the BJP-led Union government of giving public assets worth millions of dollars to a few individuals virtually for free . “They (the Center) create appalling conditions. I call on the people of Telangana not to worry about the situation but to be vigilant,” he said. Earlier, after hoisting the national flag as part of the ‘Telangana Jateeya Samaikyata Dinostavam’ (National Telangana Integration Day) celebrations in the public gardens, Rao said that the communal elements that had no role in the integration of Hyderabad State into the Indian Union were now trying to divide the Telangana society with their evil attempts. Rao called on people across the country to step forward while observing developments around them and discerning between good and evil. He said that some “disruptive forces” who have no role in Telangana history are trying to twist history to sow discord among the people and draw political divisions out of it. Memorable day CM inaugurates Komaram Bheem Adivasi Bhavan & Sevalal Banjara Bhavan, built at cost of over 24cr Amit Shah’s security was breached when a car, driven by a TRS worker, obstructed his convoy, going from Haritha Plaza in Begumpet. Congress releases model for its version of Telangana Talli, draped in tricolor sari holding native plants how things would go wrong if the people are oblivious. Telangana has lived a cursed life for 58 years due to a mistake that happened in the past (Formation of Andhra Pradesh State on linguistic basis),” he said. He added that people had to sacrifice lives and languish in prison to get a separate state.