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‘Mamata Banerjee’s govt taking forward appeasement unconstitutionally’: JP Nadda after Calcutta HC order scrapping OBC certificates | India News – Times of India

KOLKATA: Tearing into the ruling TMC in West Bengal after the Calcutta High Court cancelled all OBC certificates issued in the state after 2010, BJP President JP Nadda on Thursday said that the court's judgement shows how CM Mamata Banerjee-led government was taking forward appeasement unconstitutionally.He said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had raised this issue during the election campaigns and that the leaders of the INDI alliance are shredding the constitution."Calcutta High Court has cancelled the OBC reservation given to the Muslims under the OBC quota subcategory. The Calcutta High Court has also cancelled OBC certificates issued In West Bengal to Muslims from 2010 to 2024. Both these judgements show how Mamata Banerjee's government was taking forward appeasement unconstituti...
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Calcutta HC Cancels All OBC Certificates Issued In West Bengal After 2010

The Calcutta High Court on Wednesday cancelled all Other Backward Classes (OBC) certificates issued in West Bengal after 2010. The high court has reportedly said that the list of backward classes will be prepared according to the new Act of 1993. The court however clarified that cancellation would not impact jobs of those who have been employed under the OBC quota after 2010 or are in the process of being employed.   "The list will be prepared by the West Bengal Backward Classes Commission. Those who were in the OBC list before 2010 will remain. However, after 2010, OBC nominations have been cancelled. After 2010, those who have jobs under the OBC quota or are in the process of getting them cannot be excluded from the quota. There will be no impact on his job," the ANI reported.   ...
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‘I Am A Member Of RSS, Ready To Go Back To Organisation’: Calcutta HC Judge In Farewell Speech

New Delhi: Justice Chitta Ranjan Dash, who retired from the Calcutta High Court on Monday, revealed during his farewell speech that he was a member of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). Addressing judges and members of the bar, Justice Dash expressed his willingness to rejoin the RSS and offer his assistance or expertise if called upon by the organisation. "To the distaste of some persons, I must admit here that I was and I am a member of the RSS", he said, according to PTI. Demitting office after over 14 years as a high court judge, Justice Dash came to the Calcutta HC from the Orissa HC on transfer. Justice Dash expressed deep gratitude to the RSS, saying, "I owe a lot to the organisation... I am there from my childhood and throughout my youth, he ...
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Calcutta High Court restrains BJP from publishing derogatory ads about Trinamool Congress

KOLKATA, 30/08/2011: A view of the Calcutta High Court in Kolkata on August 30, 2011. Photo: Sushanta Patronobish | Photo Credit: SUSHANTA PATRONOBISH The Calcutta High Court on May 20 issued an injunction restraining the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) from publishing advertisements that violate the election Model Code of Conduct (MCC) until June 4, the day the Lok Sabha election process ends.The court, in an injunction order, also restrained the BJP from publishing advertisements mentioned by the Trinamool Congress in its petition claiming unverified allegations against it and its workers.A single bench of Justice Sabyasachi Bhattacharyya restrained the BJP from publishing advertisements in any form of the media which is violative of the MCC till June 4 or until further notice.The court...