Be part of delegation to Governor urges CM to MLAs to push Reservation and Domicile policy

Ranchi: Chief Minister Hemant Soren has urged all the parties MLAs of the state to be part of delegation to meet Governor to push Reservation and 1932 based domicile policy.

In a letter to the leaders of all the political parties and independent MLAs of the state on the Jharkhand Reservation in Posts and Services Vacancies (Amendment) Bill 2022 and the definition of Jharkhand local persons and the resulting social cultural and other benefits to such local has requested them to join the delegation to meet the Governor of Jharkhand to request so that the bills may to be sent to the Government of India for further action and can get the form of law soon.

The Chief Minister has urged through the letter that the above two important bills were unanimously passed by calling an extended session of the monsoon session in the Jharkhand Legislative Assembly on November 11, 2022. After the formation of Jharkhand, whenever efforts were made by the executive to make local policy, it did not get success and those policies have been rejected by the High Court. Just a few days ago, the recruitment policy constituted in the year 2021 has been cancelled once again by the High Court.

In order to provide constitutional shield to both the bills in the above circumstances, the decision to include it in the Ninth Schedule of the Constitution has also been taken unanimously by the Legislative Assembly. Presently both the bills have been sent to the governor’s office for approval. 

In the larger public interest and the interest of the state, the Chief Minister has expressed his desire that an all-party delegation should meet the Governor and request him to send the above two Bills to the Government of India for further action, so that they can be converted into law soon. In this sequence, the Governor has given time to meet on December 20 at 3 pm.

Seeing the scope and importance of the subject, the Chief Minister has requested leaders of all parties and independent MLAs of the state to join the delegation.

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