BSP chief Mayawati Alleges Reservation in medical colleges
BSP chief Mayawati Alleges Reservation in medical colleges for electoral and political Gain, Mayawati, head of the Bahujan Samaj Party and former chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, has attacked the central government over provisions to preserve MBBS and other backward classes (OBC) and economically weaker sections in dental courses. The BSP chief claimed in a series of tweets on Friday that the decision appeared to have been made for political and electoral gain.
Mayawati tweeted that the announcement of the OBC quota in UG and PG seats of All Asian country Government Medical faculty is one step late. If the central government had taken this decision earlier, they could have benefited a lot so far, but now people think that this decision was taken for political interests.
Although the BSP has long been demanding to fill the backlog of posts of SC, ST, and OBC quotas in government service, other state governments, including the Center and UP, continue to be indifferent to their real interests and welfare. Department, which is very sad, the BSP chief tweeted. Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted that his government had decided to save medical courses under the All India Quota Scheme, which would benefit thousands of our youth every year.
It is expected that about 5,550 students will benefit from this decision. According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the govt is committed to providing adequate reservations for each backward and EWS category. This arrangement will be applicable for UG and PG Medical / Dental Courses (MBBS / MD / MS / Diploma / BDS / MDS) under the All India quota from the current Academic Session 2021-22. The choice can profit regarding one, 1500 OBC students in MBBS and a couple of, 2500 OBC students in postgraduate courses. Similarly, 550 EWS students in MBBS and one, 1000 EWS students in postgraduate courses will profit every year.