Thought for Today, 29 th June 2020

Life is a trip. The only problem is that it does not come with a map. We have to search our own routes to reach our destination.

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Broad Parameters for deciding the Caste claim laid down by The Supreme Court

The Supreme Court in the Judgement in case of Anand  V/S  Committee for Scrutiny & Verification of Tribe claims has laid down the parameters for deciding the caste claims by the caste Scrutiny Committee.

The Supreme Court in this case set aside the decisions of The Caste Scrutiny Committee and the High Court Of  Bombay, Nagpur cancelling the caste certificate issued to the appellant by the Sub Divisional officer, Yavatmal, certifying that he belongs the “Halbi” Scheduled Tribe, notified in terms of the Constitution (Scheduled Tribes) Order, 1950, and remitting the case back to the Caste Scrutiny Committee for fresh consideration in accordance with rules and the parameters laid down and allowed the appeal filed by the appellant.

The above said judgement is available on this blog in the judgements (S.N. 10 ) under title Disciplinary Proceedings “Important Judgements. Those interested can get the said judgement downloaded for their use.

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