Supreme Court Judgment on Reservation Benefits
Hon’ble Supreme Court judgement dated 15.09.2017 in the SLP(C) No.9574 of 2013 filed by All India Adiwasi Employees Federation against judgement dated 20.12.2012 of Hon’ble High Court of Bombay, Nagpur Bench- Appointment of candidates belonging to Halba Koshti/Halbi Koshti/Koshti etc., castes against vacancies reserved for the Scheduled Tribes.
“The impugned OM squarely makes the law laid down by the Apex Court applicable to all such appointment of the Halba/Koshti, which have become final on or before 28th November, 2000. The Hon’ble Court also held that rather than finding the said office memorandum to be unconstitutional or illegal; it is in consonance with the laws laid down in the judgment of the Apex Court.”
What is the Supreme Court judgment dated 15.09.2017 about?
The judgment pertains to the appointment of candidates belonging to certain castes against vacancies reserved for the Scheduled Tribes.
Who filed the SLP(C) No.9574 of 2013?
The All India Adiwasi Employees Federation filed the SLP(C) No.9574 of 2013.
Which judgement of the High Court was challenged in the Supreme Court?
The judgement dated 20.12.2012 of the Hon’ble High Court of Bombay, Nagpur Bench was challenged.
What did the Supreme Court conclude in its judgement?
The Supreme Court held that the office memorandum related to the appointment of Halba/Koshti candidates is in consonance with the laws laid down by the Apex Court.
What does the judgement mean for the appointments of Halba/Koshti candidates?
The judgement makes the law laid down by the Supreme Court applicable to all such appointments of Halba/Koshti candidates that became final on or before 28th November, 2000.