Muslim reservation Bill introduced in Telangana Assembly Special Session

Hyderabad: A special assembly session is scheduled here on Sunday to pass the revamped Telangana State Reservation Bill.

The state chief minister, K Chandrashekar Rao,  introduced the bill in Legislative Assembly.

Highlights of The Muslim Reservation Bills:

12:46
Kishan Reddy: There would be injustice to BCs if quota hike is done as proposed now

12:45
Kishan Reddy: We also spoke in 107 lakh meetings to say that there should not be reservations based on religion

12:42
“I’m the only one in the House stating facts,” says Kishan Reddy

12:41
“Babasaheb Ambedkar was for reservations based on caste, keeping in mind the backwardness, but he was against reservations based on religions,” Kishan Reddy

12:36
Kishan Reddy: High Court judgement has clearly said there can not be reservations based on religion.

12:36
Kishan Reddy: There are many muslim minority instutitions in the State.

12:35
If you say there is social discrimination among muslims, it is against Islam. Muslims were the rulers. There may be poorer sections in Muslims, says Kishan Reddy

12:34
Kishan Reddy: There is no caste and social exclusion in muslims. That is against the tenets of Islam.

12:33
BJP sticks to its stand on the hike in quota for BC-E is based on religion.

12:31
Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao leads the front to deflect criticism from Opposition parties.

12:30
CM: We have not introduced it for the first time. We included in our manifesto, we said it in our meetings. If we are implementing what we promised, it is not wrong. If we do not then it would be a mistake.

12:30
CM K. Chandrashekhar Rao rises again to intervene and say even the four per cent reservation went to the same category of people. I am leader of the House and can keep quiet when I am accused of misleading the House. Sudheer Commission is only to study backwardness of muslims.

12:29
Kishan Reddy: CM is misleading the House. What is in Sudheer Committee and BC Commission report? Is it not for muslims? Which religion do these 14 sects belong to?

12:28
The current move to hike quota for BC-E is not based on religion, but it is based on socio-economic backwardness of some people, as per directions of the courts, clarifies KCR

12:27
CM KCR intervenes and appeals to Speaker to expunge some records comments of Kishan Reddy

12:27
CM KCR intervenes and appeals to Speaker to expunge some records comments of Kishan Reddy

12:27
But now if TRS plans to increase it to 12 per cent for BC-E quota it is also unconstitutional: Kishan Reddy

12:26
Congress move to provide 4 per cent quota for muslims was struck down by High Court: Kishan Reddy

12:26
When YSR Govt included 4 per cent reservation for muslims, I had opposed it: Kishan Reddy

12:25
Kishan Reddy terms inclusion of BC quota hike in a single bill clubbing it with ST quota is ‘unconstitutional’

12:24
BJP welcomes quota hike for Scheduled Tribes and there is need to increase it further by including more tribes in the list

12:23
Scheduled Tribe population has increased and there is need to increase quota. BJP is welcoming the move wholeheartedly.

12:22
BJP’s Kishan Reddy wears a black stole in Assembly

12:22
BJP Kishan Reddy rises to speak on the reservations issue

12:30
AIMIM General Secretary and Charminar MLA Ahmed Pasha Quadri appreciated the Telangana Govt move to enhance reservation

12:04
Jeevan Reddy welcomes the move by Telangana government to enhance reservations saying better late than never.

12:02
Even the four per cent reservation to BC-E for muslims is done by Congress government, says Jeevan Reddy

12:01
Jeevan Reddy: A party can only ask for votes if it fulfills the promises made before elections

12:00
Jeevan Reddy: Telangana could add up 62 per cent plus 25 per cent resevration

11:57
Jeevan Reddy: According to the 2011 survey, the population of Dalits has increased to 17 per cent, but not 16, from 15 per cent earlier

11:55
Jeevan Reddy: Lambadas are considered as BCs in Karnataka, in Telangana they are considered as STs.

11:51
“According to the constitution the reservation for STs is subjected to increase as per the increase in population,” says Jeevan Reddy

11:51
Jeevan Reddy asks why ST quota and BC quota were combined in a single bill in Telangana Assembly

11:50
Jeevan Reddy: What is the point in clubbing BC and ST reservation?

11:50
Jeevan Reddy: What is the point in clubbing SC and ST reservation?

11:49
Jeevan Reddy: The comission strongly recommends reservation of 10 per cent to BC E group according to the bill proposed by TRS, how could it it got up to 12 per cent now?

11:47
Jeevan Reddy: 89 items in Ninth Schedule, not just reservations.

11:46
“Can any court direct the Union Government to include the bill in Ninth Schedule?”, asks Jeevan Reddy

11:46
Jeevan Reddy asks government to summon the advocate general to the House for seeking clarifications on the issue

11:45
CM: BJP ruled Rajasthan also passed a resolution to increase quota to 68 per cent following agitations by Gujjars and Jats.

11:44
Telangana’s argument is that if quota crosses more than 50 per cent, centre has to agree to include it in ninth schedule of the constitution, as done in case of Tamil Nadu.

11:42
Chief Minister appeals to Opposition not to mislead the house with wrong arguments, saying his government is committed to protect interests of all

11:37
Legislative Affairs minister Harish Rao advises Opposition members to stick to the agenda, following arguments in assembly

11:35
Congress member Jeevan Reddy accuses government of trying to mislead the state on reservation issue

11:35
We have consulted legal experts on inclusion of our bill in ninth Schedule. If centre does not support we will move the supreme court.

11:34
The issue of including more than 50 per cent in the ninth schedule is pending in Apex court. We will fashion our bill on Tamil Nadu model

11:33
CM: Tamil Nadu was supported by PV Narasimha Rao government then for hiking reservations to 68 per cent.

11:30
Jeevan Reddy says Congress is not opposing the Quota enhancement bill.

11:29
Chief Minister disputes claims of Jeevan Reddy on issue of timing of Cabinet decision formation of BC commission

11:28
Congress fields T. Jeevan Reddy to speak in Assembly on the issue.

11:27
CM advises Opposition to make constructive suggestions, not to politicise the issue

11:27
CM intervenes to say TRS Government earlier stated its position to enhance quota.

11:25
T Jeevana Reddy: Several Muslim communities are backward

11:23
T Jeevan Reddy: We have to rise above politics

11:19
Congress member T. Jeevan Reddy begins his speech on quota bill in Telangana assembly

11:19
Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao ends his speech with an impassioned plea to support the bill and pass it unanimously

11:19
I hope the Centre will come forward to allow States to decide quota

11:18
Madiga reservation categorisation got excellent support from people, but it got stuck in Delhi. Hence, Centre must allow states. Telangana Assembly too passed a resolution on categorisation of SC reservations. But nothing is happening in Centre.

11:17
I will request other Chief Ministers to join Telangana in demanding that the Centre allow States to decide quota based on population ratios: KCR

11:16
Telangana govrnment to submit memorandum on allowing states to decide quota in next NITI Ayog meeting in Delhi: KCR

11:16
KCR appeals to Centre must allow States to decide their own quota system keeping the societal interests in view.

11:15
Telangana CM appeals to Centre to include the bill in 9th Schedule of the Constitution.

11:14
CM: Appeal to Centre to include the bill in 9th schedule of the Constitution.

11:14
Need to enhance quota in Telangana keeping population percentage in view

11:14
Need to enhance quota in Telangana keeping population percentage in view

11:13
Different quotas in different states is in vogue

11:13
CM: Proportionate reservations to population should be done. NE states have 80 per cent quota for STs

11:12
CM: Appeal to Centre to keep composition population in view.

11:11
CM: Quota for BCs would also be enhanced after BC commission report in six months.

11:11
CM: My assurance to BC commuities that no harm will be done to existing structure.

11:10
CM: Cabinet has decided to enhance quota for SC reservations, but it will be done after Commissin report

11:10
CM: Dalit population is 16.3 per cent in Telangana. We need to enhance SC reservation by 1 per cent. SC Commission to be appointed shortly

11:09
CM: We propose to increase ST reservations to 10 per cent.

11:09
CM: Valmiki Boyas have been agitating for inclusion in ST list in Telangana, Kagita Lambadi also made a similar demand

11:08
CM: After bifurcation, the ST population is 9.8 per cent in Telangana as per Census 2011

11:07
CM: Two commissions appointed to study the issue. Reservations should be based on BC Commission reports. The bill is based on “Quantifiable and impeccable data” as stipulated by courts

11:06
CM: I spoke about our electoral promise of reservation in 107 meetings, now we are fulfilling it.

11:05
Chief Minsiter: There should be no confusion. Attempts are made to confuse people on issue

11:04
CM says its a historic bill and fulfilment of the ruling party’s electoral promises during Telangana separatehood movement.

11:03
CM begins to speak on the context in which Bill is being introduced

11:03
Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao introduces the Reservation Bill

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