New Delhi. The issue of implementation of reservation in promotion was heard in the Supreme Court. On Tuesday, the top court has said that a detailed and state-wise hearing will be held in this matter. This decision has been given in view of different issues of the states. The court has directed the state governments to identify their issues and file their reports within two weeks. The court said that it will hear the cases regarding reservation in promotion in jobs across the country from October 5. The central and state governments have demanded an urgent hearing on the issue of ‘Reservation in Promotion’. In this case 133 petitions have been filed from across the country. Complex problems have been raised at the state level in all the petitions.
In fact, many High Courts including Allahabad, Bombay and Delhi High Courts have given different orders in this matter whether reservation in promotion will be applicable or not. And if applicable, how will it be implemented? On this, the Supreme Court has also given a decision which is called Nagraj Judgment, but still in this case, the confusion on every issue has not been completely cleared and there are many unresolved questions.
Now the Supreme Court will hear the matter in detail. In today’s hearing, Attorney General KK Venugopal on behalf of the Central Government said that since 2017 reservation in promotion in the Central Government has been stopped. According to Venugopal, the central government has made 4100 appointments on an ad hoc basis. But whether it will be regular or not will depend on the decision of the Supreme Court. At present, there are 2500 vacant posts in the center, which are not being appointed. The government does not understand how to appoint in it.
The Bihar government also said that 60 percent of the posts are vacant in them, on which appointments are not being made, but the court said that it is not the job of the court to make appointments, nor will the court give any advice to the government. The court has said everything in the Nagraj verdict and work should be done on that basis. The court will not review the Nagraj verdict again.
On this, Venugopal said that in the Nagraj judgment one thing has been explained, but the problem before the government is that many high courts have given different judgments after that which are contradictory. So the Supreme Court has to give clarity on this. The state governments also said that the court should hear the matter soon and order it, otherwise the posts in government jobs will remain vacant. The court again said that more than a hundred petitions have been filed in this case. Therefore, the court will make separate batches of petitions and hear them.
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