BC Sangham seeks 50 pc quota in legislative bodies
Stating that Backward Classes in the State were not registering much growth, the BC Sankshema Sangam national president and MLA R Krishnaiah demanded...
Nalgonda: Stating that Backward Classes in the State were not registering much growth, the BC Sankshema Sangam national president and MLA R Krishnaiah demanded 50 per cent reservation for BCs in legislative bodies.
Addressing the students during Porubata meeting which was organised by BC Vidyarthi Sangam in Nalgonda on Wednesday, the MLA expressed his concern over the pitiable living conditions of people belonging to Backward Classes.
He further informed that, in this regard, he along with other BC leaders had made several recommendations including BC sub-plan, political reservations, reservations in promotions to BC employees, reservations to BCs in private sector, complete fee reimbursement, scholarships for students, establishing BC study circles in all constituencies and skill development centres for the betterment of BCs.
Demanding nominated seats for BCs akin to Anglo-indians, he informed that the Sangam would protest for its demands in the new year.
Stating that he would raise the issues of BCs on the floor of the House in forthcoming Assembly session, Krishnaiah expressed his concern over the tussle between tribals and Lambadas. He further advised the government to see the possibility of ST categorization on the lines of BCs to address the
BC Students Organisation national president Dr Arun Kumar Yadav, BC leaders Cheruku Sudhakar, Venkatapathi, Shyam Sunder Yadav, Duduku Laxminarayana, Gundu Venkateshwarlu, Poleboina Srinivas Yadav and others addressed the students.