10.5% internal allocation for the Vanniyar community | The Supreme Court cannot impose an interim injunction.

10.5% internal allocation for the Vanniyar community | The Supreme Court cannot impose an interim injunction.

The Supreme Court has also directed the Tamil Nadu government to respond to the petition filed against the internal allocation.

10.5% internal quota for Vanniyar community: Supreme Court hearing.

Sandeep Kumar from Chennai and Muthukumar from Sivagangai had filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking an injunction against the Tamil Nadu government’s 10.5% internal allocation law.

Petitions filed against the 10.5% internal quota for Vanniyar community are being heard in the Supreme Court today.

Under the 20% reservation for the most backward in Tamil Nadu, a law was passed in the Tamil Nadu Assembly last February to provide only 10.5% internal quota for the Vanniyar community.  The Governor of Tamil Nadu also approved this.

The allocation of education and employment to the Vanniyar community in Tamil Nadu is unconstitutional. 

The allocation of education and employment to the Vanniyar community in Tamil Nadu is unconstitutional.  Internal allocation to a particular category cannot be made without a thorough survey.  Sandeep Kumar from Chennai and Muthukumar from Sivagangai had filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking an injunction against the Tamil Nadu government’s law.

The petition will come up for hearing today in a session chaired by Supreme Court Judge Nageswara Rao.

It is pertinent to note that in the petition already filed by Abis Kumar of Madurai in this matter, the session chaired by Justice Nageswara Rao had sent a notice to the Government of Tamil Nadu to respond to the issue of internal allotment.

The Supreme Court cannot impose an interim injunction.

The Supreme Court has issued an order in the case of two persons from Tamil Nadu that an interim injunction cannot be imposed on the 10.5% allocation for the Vanniyar community. Two people from Chennai have filed a petition in the Supreme Court against the 10.5 per cent internal allocation given to the Vanniyar community in Tamil Nadu. 

10.5% internal allocation for the Vanniyar community | The Supreme Court cannot impose an interim injunction.
10.5% internal allocation for the Vanniyar community | The Supreme Court cannot impose an interim injunction.

The Supreme Court, which heard the petitions today, said, “An interim injunction cannot be imposed against the 10.5 per cent internal reservation. Already, these cases will be heard along with the petition filed by Abhishek Kumar from Madurai in connection with the same matter. The Government of Tamil Nadu should respond to this petition. ”