Tuesday, 3 December 2019

Will government of India remove creamy layer reservation criteria in SC-ST

Will government of India remove creamy layer reservation in SC-ST
Will government of India remove creamy layer reservation Criteria in SC-ST
Once again the central government reached their proposal to remove the Creamy Layer Reservation criteria in SC-ST. They are say that the theory of creamy layer is not apply in SC-ST.

Supreme Court reject this creamy layer proposal last year 

On 26 September last year, the Supreme Court upheld the principle of creamy layer in SC ST reservation, rejecting the five-judge Constitution Bench demand for reconsideration of the 2006 Nagaraj case judgment in the Jarnail Singh case.

However, the court had only amended the Nagaraj judgment that there was no need to prove their backwardness to grant reservation to SC-ST. That is, they will not have to raise the figures of backwardness to give reservation.

In a PIL filed in the same case, the Supreme Court was appealed to decide the way, how to separate the creamy layer of SC-ST from the non-creamy layer.

The petition said that the court should direct the identification of the affluent people of this class through 'absolute and logical test'.
The Supreme Court is hearing several public interest petitions related to this case simultaneously.

What is creamy layer and non creamy layer?

Generally people are didn't know what is the difference between them. So in this article your doubts will clear.


Creamy layer

In OBC caste creamy layer is defined that the person who have annual income greater than INR 800000. That person are come in creamy layer.
In SC-ST that person have more resources to reach this level. Then they are also included in Creamy Layer.

Non-Creamy Layer

In OBC Non-creamy layer is defined that the person who have annual income less than INR 800000. Then that person comes in Non-Creamy Layer.

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FQA based on creamy layer and non creamy layer 

1.Who comes under creamy layer?

The person who had annual income less than INR 800000.

2.Do you belong to creamy layer?

My family annual income is less than INR 800000. So I belong to creamy layer. 

3.What is the income limit for OBC non creamy layer?

The income limit for OBC non creamy layer is INR 800000.

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