Andhra Pradesh: AP state government decided to give 5% reservation in education and employment. The bill was introduced in the AP Legislative Assembly by providing a 5 percent reservation to the BC. The government has established Kapu corporation for Rs.2,100 crore for the Kapus already. The Manjunatha Commission appointed by the Government. Manjunatha Commission has collected information from all regions.
The BC Commission’s report was taken seriously and it was decided to include Kapu, Balija, Ontari and Telaga. According to the report, there are 38,09,362 Kapu, Telaga 4,81,368, Ontari 13,058 and Balija 7,51,031 castes in the state.
According to the government. 5.8 percent of the population of Kapu, Balija, Ontari in the huts and 69.3 per cent are illiterate. 5.6 percent of the graduates in the assembly.
The cabinet approves the Kapu Reserve Bill. The state government will introduce two more bills in the assembly. It seems there is a need to cancel the Question Hour if necessary. Read Also Nirudyoga bruthi Scheme announcement.
With the latest decision of the government, reservation in the AP will reach 55 percent. The Cabinet meeting will be held once again on Saturday. The AP Cabinet approved the 2017-2020 IT Policy.
The Cabinet will meet again on Saturday morning. The AP Cabinet decision will be sent to the Center, and appropriate measures will be taken for the implementation of reservation. The report submitted by Justice Manjunatha Commission to the government has played a key role on this.
The report submitted by the Justice Manjunatha Commission behind the decision of the AP Cabinet meeting to give 5 per cent reservation to Kapus. At today’s AP Cabinet meeting, the decision to give 5% reservation to Kapus and some other castes. Read more Andhra Pradesh Assembly passes Kapu Reservation Bill for 5% quota