Modi: During the Telangana assembly elections held in December last year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself announced that he was committed to the SC classification.
Modi: Center has taken another step in SC classification. A five-member committee was formed under the leadership of Cabinet Secretary Rajeev Gauba. The secretaries of home, justice, tribal and social justice departments have been appointed as members of the committee.
Telangana assembly elections
At the time of the Telangana assembly elections held in December last year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself announced that he was committed to the SC classification. Modi was the chief guest at the Madigala Vishwaru Sabha organized at LC Stadium in Hyderabad under the auspices of MMRPs. On this occasion, after hearing the plea of MMP's founding president Manda Krishnamadiga, Modi announced in his speech that we are committed to the SC classification and understand the agony of the backward sections of the SCs. At this time Manda Krishna Madiga shed tears. He hugged Modi and thanked him. Analysts predicted that with this announcement Madigala votes will be polarized to BJP in Telangana. But, after the election, the results were different. Madigale did not seem to believe Modi's statement. BJP is limited to single digit in this election.
Keep your word..
And Modi did not take back his word that the results in Telangana were against him. It was decided to go ahead with the SC classification. Modi announced in Hyderabad that he will set up a committee for SC classification across the country. Two months later, he announced the committee on January 19. A five-member committee was formed under the leadership of Cabinet Secretary Rajeev Gauba. In the past, the Supreme Court had also suggested setting up a seven-member constitutional bench on the issue of SC classification.
In the background of the Lok Sabha elections..
Meanwhile, the schedule of Lok Sabha elections is likely to come in another month. It is against this background that Modi has again brought up the issue of SC classification. Analysts also say that it has been two months since the Telangana Assembly elections, Modi, who has not responded on the issue of classification, is being discussed as a political move to set up a committee at the time of the latest Lok Sabha election schedule.
First meeting on 22..
Meanwhile, it is known that the first meeting of the committee formed for SC classification will be held on 22nd of this month. Ayodhya Ram Mandir opening ceremony is on 22nd. As it was a very auspicious day, it was informed that the first meeting of the committee would be held on the same day. It seems that in the first meeting, general issues will be discussed and guidelines for classification will be drawn up.