SC remains in the implementation of the Maharashtra Law of 2018, which puts Maratha's reservations about education and employment
NE DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday suspended the implementation of the 2018 Maharashtra Law, which gives Marathas a reservation
education and jobs, but made it clear that the status of those who have used the services will not be disrupted.

A three-judge bank headed by Justice L N Rao referred to a larger constitutional bank to be set up by Indian Chief Justice SA Bobde
education and jobs.

The Apex Court stated that the status of those who have already availed the 2018 law must not be disrupted.

The Socially and Educationally Backward Classes Act (SEBC) of 2018 was enacted to give reservations to jobs and admissions to people of the Maratha community in Maharashtra.

The Bombay Supreme Court, while upholding the law last June, ruled that a 16 percent reservation was unfounded, saying the quota should not exceed 12 percent of employment and 13 percent of admissions.


SC remains reservation for Maratha Community in Government Jobs and UG approvals in Maharashtra – Education

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