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Tripura assembly passes resolution on reservation

By The Assam Tribune

AGARTALA, Mar 3 (PTI) Tripura Assembly unanimously passed a resolution on reservation for OBC and minority community in the state today.

Treasury bench member Samir Deb Sarkar moved a private member resolution for implementation of Ranganathan Mishra report and urged the House to pass it to enable OBC and religious minority community to get reservation by amending the Constitution.

Chief Minister Manik Sarkar said the state government was for providing reservation to OBC and religious minority community but the Supreme Court?s verdict came in the way of its implementation.

He urged the Centre to pay heed to the spirit of the House and bring necessary amendment in the Constitution.

Lending full support to the resolution, officiating leader of the opposition Gopal Roy (Cong) highlighted the socio-economic condition of the religious minority community and said they lagged behind in terms of education, healthcare and government jobs.

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Tripura assembly passes resolution on reservation

AGARTALA, Mar 3 (PTI) Tripura Assembly unanimously passed a resolution on reservation for OBC and minority community in the state today.

Treasury bench member Samir Deb Sarkar moved a private member resolution for implementation of Ranganathan Mishra report and urged the House to pass it to enable OBC and religious minority community to get reservation by amending the Constitution.

Chief Minister Manik Sarkar said the state government was for providing reservation to OBC and religious minority community but the Supreme Court?s verdict came in the way of its implementation.

He urged the Centre to pay heed to the spirit of the House and bring necessary amendment in the Constitution.

Lending full support to the resolution, officiating leader of the opposition Gopal Roy (Cong) highlighted the socio-economic condition of the religious minority community and said they lagged behind in terms of education, healthcare and government jobs.

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