9th Class Social Science Working of Institutions Question Bank Long Answer Type - Working of Institutions

  • question_answer Who resolved the dispute of the Mandal Commission? How did it materialise later on?

    Answer:

    (i) Some persons and associations opposed this order and filed a number of cases in the courts.
    (ii) They appealed to the court's to declare the order invalid and stop implementation.
    (iii) The Supreme Court of India bunched all these cases together. This case was known as 'Indira Sawhney and others Vs Union of India case'.
    (iv) Eleven judges of the Supreme Court heard the arguments of both sides
    (v) By a majority, the Supreme Court judges in 1992 declared that this order of the Government of India was valid.
    (vi) At the same time, the Supreme Court asked the government to mod its original order.
    (vii) It said that well-to-do persons among the backward classes should excluded from getting the benefit of reservation.
    (viii) Accordingly, the Department of Personnel and Training issued another Memorandum on September 8, 1993. The dispute thus came to an end and this policy has been followed since then.


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