AIADMK moves HC seeking 50% reservation for OBCs in medical courses

The AIADMK represented by its Villupuram district secretary and Law Minister C Ve Shanmugam filed the petition

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The opposition DMK has already filed a petition in this regard citing Supreme Court's direction to approach the High Court

Press Trust of India
The ruling AIADMK and the MDMK in Tamil Nadu have moved the Madras High Court seeking 50 per cent reservation for Other Backward Classes (OBCs) in seats for medical and dental courses surrendered by the state towards the all-India quota.

The opposition DMK has already filed a petition in this regard citing Supreme Court's direction to approach the High Court.

The AIADMK represented by its Villupuram district secretary and Law Minister C Ve Shanmugam filed the petition.

MDMK founder-leader Vaiko has also approached the court with another petition.

In the affidavit, the AIADMK found fault with the Centre and said

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First Published: Jun 13 2020 | 8:54 PM IST

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