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Kannauj: 25 June :- Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday demanded reservation for minorities for minorities in the Backward class  . He says that when the Banaras Hindu University can give reservation to backward, then why not a minority institution? The Chief Minister Yogi has demanded from all those who advocate for the Backward class interests that they should raise this issue. CM said that if the admission can be given to Backward class in the BHU admission, why can not it be in Aligarh Muslim University and Jamiya Millia?

Yogi Adityanath also questioned AMU and Jamia, who attacked the Congress in Kannauj of UP.
He said, “A question should also be asked to those who are saying that the Backward class Yogi Adityanath also questioned AMU and Jamia, who attacked the Congress in Kannauj of UP.
He said, “A question should also be asked to those who are saying that the Backward class are being insulted that after all the Backward class brothers should get the benefit of reservation in Aligarh Muslim University and Jamia Millia University. When will they take up this matter? ‘are being insulted that after all the Backward class brothers should get the benefit of reservation in Aligarh Muslim University and Jamia Millia University. When will they take up this matter? ‘

Actually, minority educational institutions are out of the scope of the SC / ST reservation according to the constitution. But the present government does not consider them a minority institution. The case concerning which is in the Supreme Court. According to Article 30 (1) of the Constitution, minority educational institutions have exemption from SC / ST reservation but the BJP government is against minority status of AMU and Jamia.

In the Aziz Baasha case in 1967, the Supreme Court had said that AMU was not a minority institution, but Parliament passed the AMU Amendment Act in 1981 and considered it a minority institution. The Allahabad High Court held the Act of 1981 against the Constitution in 2005, but the Supreme Court stayed the order of the High Court. Now the matter is in the Supreme Court.

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