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Malas demand increase in reservation for SCs

Malas demand increase in reservation for SCs
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Malala Simhagarjana demands two acres for each family Rajahmundry: The Government should provide an assistance of Rs 10 lakh for dalit students to...

Malala Simhagarjana demands two acres for each family Rajahmundry: The Government should provide an assistance of Rs 10 lakh for dalit students to pursue education abroad and flags of the Congress, TDP, YSRCP, BJP and Left parties would be disbanded if these parties supported SC categorization, Malala Simhagarjana resolved here on Saturday. malaA large number of dalits attended Malala Simha Garjana. Karem Sivaji, state president of Mala Mahanadu presided. It was also resolved that the government should purchase land from 70 percent of funds from SC,ST sub-plan to distribute two acres to each of dalit and tribal families in the State. Malala Simhagarjana has also resolved to recognize Dalit Christians as SCs and for setting up special police division to implement SC, ST Atrocity Act strictly in the State. Speaking on the occasion, Sivaji demanded the government to release white paper immediately on the vacancies in SC,/ST posts and to allocate sites for every dalit family to construct houses. He also demanded Free Compulsory Education Act from KG to PG for the dalit students and Ambedkar study circles in every district. He further demanded abolition of G.O No 127 issued by the late YS Rajasekhar Reddy in order to dilute SC Corporation. He maintained that the reservations for dalits should be increased from 15 percent to 19 percent. Coming down heavily on Manda Krishna Madiga, Sivaji alleged that Krishna Madiga was purchased by the upper caste people. He observed that TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu is abetting Krishna Madiga for SC categorization. He also demanded removal of the Union Minister Sarve Satyannarayana from the Cabinet for favouring SC categorization.
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