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The complete truth about not getting OBC reservation in NEET exam - Fact Check

*The complete truth about not getting OBC reservation in NEET exam - Fact Check*

https://www.bbc.com/hindi/india-57860546

 NEET परीक्षा में ओबीसी आरक्षण न मिलने का पूरा सच - फ़ैक्ट चेक

*Translated in English:


The All India OBC Federation, a group of more than 40 OBC organizations working in the central government and PSUs across the country, has accused the central government of depriving OBC students of their rights.

The Federation claims that due to non-availability of 27% OBC reservation to students from the year 2017 to the year 2020, more than 11 thousand students coming from OBC community have suffered. The general class people have benefited from this loss.

Due to non-availability of OBC reservation in these seats during the year 2017 to 2020.

• 7,307 in Post Graduate Program (Medical-MD, MS)
• 3,207 in Under-Graduate Programs (Medical-MD, MS)
• 262  in Post Graduate Program (Dental)
• Under-graduate programs have lost 251 students.

*In his tweet, RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav has mentioned these figures.*

Federation General Secretary G. Karunanidhi told the BBC, "In the year 2020, the Madras High Court had asked the  Medical Council of India that when OBCs are getting 27 percent reservation in central government medical institutions, why are they not getting it in the All India quota?"

G Karunanidhi, the General Secretary of the All India OBC Federation, accuses the central government that "After the instructions of the Madras High Court, the Health Ministry formed a committee, but we do not know what happened to its suggestion. In November  2020, we wrote a letter to the then Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan. But nothing happened. This government wants maximum benefit to be given to the general category people. This is the reason why the general category has been given a place in the seats of OBC people.."

-G.Karunanidhy
Gen.Secretary,
AIOBC Federation
16.7.2021

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