Karnataka Law Minister writes to NLSIU VC expressing displeasure at not implementing 25% domicile reservation

He lamented this has deprived students from Karnataka of their opportunity to study at the law school.
JC Madhuswamy and NLSIU
JC Madhuswamy and NLSIU

Karnataka Law Minister JC Madhu Swamy has written a letter to the Vice Chancellor of he National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bengaluru expressing his displeasure at the university not implementing domicile reservation for the last two years.

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