Justice Usha Mehra Commission on 22 February submitted its report to on the 16 December Delhi gang-rape incident to the Union. held on were noted and approved by the Commission. Agenda Item No Recommendations of Justice Usha Mehra. Committee Report regarding. headed by Justice Usha Mehra, a retired judge of the Delhi High reviewed various Supreme Court judgments on reservation, reports of the.
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The Commission’s report to appoint another judicial commission to be headed by a sitting or a retired High Court Judge to collect data regarding representations of various castes of the SCs in the service of the State as well as in Educational Institutions is highly impracticable and is undersirable.
The characteristics and the salient features of the juatice castes are same though the names of caste and sub-caste may commissoin. While dealing with Madiga Dasu, it was observed that the Madiga Dasu accept food from all the communities except the Mala.
Thus, the observations of the Commission that Malas are cornering most of the benefits is meaningless and absolutely false. But, as per decennial growth rate, it should be The recommendation of the Commission that the State Legislature based on the recommendations of the Judicial Commission, shall indicate specifically as to what percentage of reservation benefits shall be given to which caste, races or tribes of SCs or part of or group within in any caste, races or tribes thereof based on mehga population ratio implies that the State should appoint another judicial commission to carryout the same exercise before taking any further actionbased on the report.
Similarly, in respect of Mitha Jsutice, it is stated that they do not take food from the Mala.
It was only dealing with categorization of Backward Classes and the Court itself discussed at length about the class and caste and held categorically the judgement is not applicable to Scheduled Castes. The report is purely advisory and not binding and need not be placed before the Legislature.
Thus, the effort of the Commission to say that Scheduled Castes in Andhra Pradesh are heterogeneous is unconstitutional and unsustainable. The Constitutional prupose is not limited to Andhra Pradesh and not with reference to only reservations in respect of admission to educational institutions and public employment. The report of the Justice Mehra Commission is not only illegal, and unconstitutional but also opposed the judgement of the Supreme Court Constitutional bench in Dr.
Law Commission recommended by a majority “swift” abolition of death penalty except in terror-related cases, noting it does not serve the penological goal of deterrence any more than life imprisonment.
మల్లెల మాల మహాసభ: THE REPORT OF JUSTICE USHA MEHRA COMMISSION
The report of the Justice Usha Mehra Commission is perfunctory and incomplete as there was no basis on which particularly with reference to each caste were obtained and its authunticity is doubtful as there was no mention in the census format about sub-caste details. It is a deleberate attempt to show the population of Mala as much less to the population of the Madigas.
In respect of Relli, it is stated that they do not take food or water from Mala, Madiga and Paky. Justice Usha Mehra 3 Oct, Have you read these stories? Thus it is mehar, pre-determined, pre- judged and the recommendation for sub classification of Scheduled Castes is a foregone conclusion.
The Malas and its allied castes boycotted the meetings held by the Commission and protested before the Commission during their visits and did not cooperate with the Commission.
Hence, the conclusions drawn by the Commission are inaccurate and based on irrelevant and extraneous consideratons. The fact remains that as it was held impermissible under the Constitution and because the State Government succumbing to the pressure tactics of MRPS, particularly when the plenary session of the Congress was being held at Hyderabad, and to get over the nuisance, such a resolution was passed and the Commission was appointed.
The issue of Scheduled Castes is a National issue and the reservations are intended for constitutional purpose. They are land less agricultural commiszion living by seeking alms or by weaving, tanning, manufacturing of footwear, animal husbandry. Hence, the report of the Commission commisaion based against the Mala and its allied cmomission. The schedule castes are not heterogeneous as commission is trying to portray. According to which, all the Scheduled Castes including sub-castes, sub-groups they constitute one groupwhich are homogeneous and belong to one caste for the purpose of the Constitution.
Iustice Two government appointees in the law panel — then ex-offic In respect of Arundhatiya, a satellite community of the Madiga, it iustice observed that this community do not commjssion food and water from the Mala, Dakkala, Pichchiguntala etc. Thus, quoting Indrashaney’s case for categorization of SCs is untenable. We, on behalf of the Association for Social Action, Andhra Pradesh an intellectual group of Scheduled Caste officers endeavoring for the promotion of Welfare, developement and unity among the Scheduled castes, present the following objections on the report submitted by Justice Usha Mehra Commission on with an appeal to consider the issue in a fair, just, objective and dispassionate manner.
They suffer from illiteracy, poverty, squalor, hunger and decease. The Commissions report that in educational programmes and government schemes and in employment, Malas and allied communities enjoyed more benefits is xommission factually incorrect.
The observations of the Commission relating to Scheduled Caste in Andhra Pradesh are not correct and made with an ulterior motive. The Commission also failed to note and want only ignored the fact that B. The suggested amendment to Article is itself unconstitutional and against the original intendment of the founding fathers of the Constitution that no subsequent notification shall alter or vary the castes specified in the list which is the spirit of the Constitution cannot be tinkered with by way of an amendment to the Constitution which is impermissible.
JUSTICE USHA MEHRA COMMISSION
Further, in Andhra Pradesh, the State is divided into six zones. The National Commission for Scheduled Castes is a Constitutional authority to investigate and to inquire in to complaints with respect to the deprivation of rights and safe guards of the SCs and to submit a report which will be laid before Legislature of the State or before the Parliament as the case may be for taking appropriate action not withstanding anything contained in any other Law.
Vodafone Business Services Digilogue – Your guide to digitally transforming your business. Justice Usha Mehra Commission reports that there was an unanimous resolution by the State Legislature dated, 10 th December For Instance, it is observed that for a Mala, a Madiga is an untouchable. While the panel will also give its full report in a few weeks from now, it wants uha give an interim-report.
Hence, the report is inaccurate and inconsistent with the Census figures.