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Bharat Bandh LIVE: UGC Roster, Forest Rights Bone of Contention as Tribal, Dalit Outfits Demand Ordinance.
Adivasi, Dalit rights groups call for #BharatBandh on Tuesday demanding ordinance to secure rights.
Bharat Bandh LIVE: Tribal and Dalit rights organisations have called for an all-India bandh on Tuesday against the Supreme Court order on their eviction from their habitat. Though the court had put a stay on its order after the petition by the Centre, the tribal groups are of the opinion that it is a temporary relief in the absence of a law and are demanding that the Centre bring in an ordinance to ensure their rights are protected. Several Bahujan groups will also be part of the protests, especially in view of the Supreme Court’s recent dismissal of a review petition on a 13-point roster, which will affect the chances of SC, ST, and OBC candidates to take up faculty posts in universities. They are demanding an ordinance that will overturn the roster for department-wise recruitment system in universities.
Tribals across several states have called for a Bharat Bandh to protest against Supreme Court's evictions order to forest-dwellers.
Bharat Bandh LIVE Updates: Modi govt stands for social justice, says Prakash Javadekar A nationwide shutdown has been called by several tribal and dalit groups on Tuesday despite the February 13 ruling by the Supreme Court to stay eviction of 10 lakhs tribals and other forest dwellers. It must be noted that, while staying the eviction order of the tribals, the apex court last week had ordered the concerned states to submit affidavits detailing the procedures which resulted in the rejection of claims by the Forest Dwelling Scheduled Tribes (FSDTs) along with the Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (OTFDs). The affected states have been directed to file their affidavits by July 10.
Tribal and Dalit rights organisations have called for an all-India bandh on March 5 to demand that the Centre promulgate two ordinances to secure their rights that have been affected by Supreme Court decisions: the first to secure the forest rights of tribals, and the second to ensure fair representation in UGC faculty posts. They have also demanded that the government establish the Indian Judicial Services under Article 312 of the Constitution, for recruitment in higher judiciary posts to ensure inclusion of SCs, STs, OBCs, minorities and women.
Bharat Bandh: The tribals' and Dalit rights groups are demanding an ordinance to ensure the rights of the communities are protected, after the SC put a stay on its eviction order after a petition was filed by the Centre on 27 February.
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