[Maratha Reservation] Does 102nd Constitutional Amendment mean notifying backward classes have to be started afresh? Supreme Court to petitioners

The Court today heard submissions by Senior Counsel Shyam Divan, Gopal Sankaranarayanan, Siddharth Bhatnagar and Pradeep Sancheti for various petitioners.
[Maratha Reservation] Does 102nd Constitutional Amendment mean notifying backward classes have to be started afresh? Supreme Court to petitioners
Supreme Court

Day 2 of the hearing in the Maratha reservation case saw counsel appearing for various petitioners argue in the Supreme Court that Maharashtra did not have the legislative competence to add the Maratha community to the list of Socially and Educationally Backward Classes (SEBC) after the 102nd Amendment to the Constitution of India.

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