MP Ali Anwar opposes fresh reservation

MP Ali Anwar opposes fresh reservation pattern in Jamia versity

New Delhi, May 12 : Rajya Sabha MP and president of All India Pasmanda Muslim Mahaj, Ali Anwar today opposed the fresh norms of reservation by Jamia Millia Islamia University.

It allows 50 per cent seats to be kept aside for Muslim students, while the remaining are open for students belonging to the general category. The new reservation rules will be applicable from the 2011-12 academic session.

"A total of 85 per cent OBC Muslims should be given seats according to their population but they have been given reservation even less than 10 per cent," Mr Anwar, Janata Dal(United) Rajya Sabha MP said in a statement here.

He said this quota is even less than 27 per cent reservation provided to the Other Backward Classes.

Mr Anwar appealed to all the Pasmanda Muslims to oppose this new quota pattern.

As per the new rules, 30 per cent of the total seats in each course will be earmarked for Muslim applicants, 10 per cent of the total seats in each course will go to Muslim women applicants and another 10 per cent will be reserved for Muslim Other Backward Classes and Scheduled Tribes as notified under the Central government list.



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