Identification of educationally and socially backward classes not in domain of State after the 102nd Constitutional Amendment: SC

In an important judgement, the Apex Court has ruled, by a 3:2 majority, that the 102nd Constitutional Amendment has abrogated the State’s power to identify Socially and Educationally Backward Classes or SEBCs. As per the judgment, after introducing Articles 338B and 342A to the Constitution, the President has the first say regarding exclusion and inclusion

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