Gujarat Reservation:  First state to implement new 10% Quota Law

10% Quota Law

Gujarat Reservation:  First state to implement new 10% Quota Law

Gujarat will soon become the first state to implement it after the Narendra Modi government’s announcement of giving 10 percent reservation to economically weaker sections recently. Following the passage of the Upper Reservation Bill Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. President Ramnath Kovind has approved this bill on Saturday. Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Saturday informed that this reservation in the state will be implement from January 14. In government jobs and educational institutions, It will benefit economically weaker sections.

The President Ramnath Kovind sanction the general reservation bill being seen as the master stroke of the Modi government. The President signed this on Saturday. At the same time, the path of ten percent reservation in Government jobs and educational institutions has become clear. The government has issued the notification. It is being told that within 10 days reservation of 10 per cent reservation will start very soon. The Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment will finalize the provisions related to this law within a week.

Let us make you aware that according to the bill the reservation formula will be 50% + 10%.

Those who have less than 8 lakh annual income will get the benefit of reservation. Those upper classes who have land less than 5 acres of land will get the benefit of reservation. The benefits of this reservation will be available to those who have less than 1000 square feet of residential land.




Those who have a residential plot of less than 100 yards in the notified municipal area will be able to avail of this reservation. Apart from this, the people who have a residential plot of less than 200 yards in the non-notified municipal area will get the benefit of this reservation.

According to the law rule, those who don’t have land more than 5 acres, do not own residential plot more than 1,000 square feet and earn less than Rs 8 lakh per annum will be eligible for the reservation.

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