Chhattisgarh: The Cabinet accepts two modified measures on reservations; they will be submitted on December 1 and 2 during a special assembly session.

The two proposed bills on the states reservation issue have been accepted by a cabinet meeting . The reservation issue erupted in the state after the Chhattisgarh High Court rejected its 2012 order raising the states reservation in education and jobs to 58 percent .

India (Chhattisgarh) India — The two proposed bills on the state's reservation issue have been accepted by a cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel.In the special assembly session on December 1 and 2, the revised bills will be introduced.On Thursday, the cabinet meeting was held at the CM's house.After the bill was passed by the house, agriculture minister Ravindra Chaubey predicted that the state's total reservation would increase to 76%.

The reservation will be based on the commission's population data (OBC and EWS).The reservation issue erupted in the state after the Chhattisgarh High Court rejected its 2012 order raising the state's reservation in education and jobs to 58 percent (SC 12 percent, OBC 14 percent, and ST 32 percent).The violation of the 50 percent quota ceiling, according to the High Court, is unconstitutional.The HC order increased the reservation for ST from 32% to 20%.

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