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There is no immediate interim order against ‘creamy layer’ – Supreme Court

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New Delhi: 12 July :The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to order any interim order against its own decision 12 years ago, that government employees can not fix the criteria of ‘creamy layer’ while raising the staff of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.

M. Nagraj V. This decision was given in the Indian government’s case. The court had said that when the matter came up on November 15, when the matter was heard on November 15, the hearing on appeals against the decision to reserve reservation in the rise of the Maharashtra government, whether it was necessary to rethink the outcome of the Nagraj case, the five-judge constitution would consider such a limited matter.

Chief Justice Justice Deepak Misra, Justice Ajay Khanvilkar and Justice Dr. A division bench of Attorney General K. Dhananjay Chandrachud K. Venugopal requested that due to the courts’ reckoning, lakhs of railway and military personnel were stuck. Therefore, take immediate hearing on this.
However, the Chief Justice said that seven judges would have to make a constitutional court hearing to hear this. But it is not possible to establish such a Constitution till the first week of August. At present, five judges are working for a constitution, and it will take some days to complete.
Even during the summer holidays, the government has decided. Ashok Kumar Goyal and Justice Even before Ashok Bhushan, the government had made similar requests. The Bench also said that the government has no objection to the increase in the law. But it is not easy to do so
Now request again when this appears Has been.

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