The Delhi Government on Sunday has informed that Delhi High Court that it has accepted the proposal of De-escalation committee and reduced the reservation of Covid-19 intensive care unit (ICU) beds from 80% to 60% in 33 private hospitals.
The Aurangabad Bench of the Bombay High Court on Friday made the above direction while allowing a student of the Maratha caste to avail EWS reservation benefits with an undertaking not to claim any other reservation, either vertical or horizontal, except EWS category.
The applicants, who are women belonging to the Other Backward Classe and Scheduled Caste categories, complained that the state had not correctly applied the rule of reservation, and denied such OBC and SC women candidates the benefit of migration, adjustment in the general category vacancies.
A constitution bench of Justice Arun Mishra, Justice Indra Banerjee, Justice Vineet Saran, Justice M. R. Shah & Justice Aniruddha Bose has held that the MCI regulation allowing in-service reservation is unconstitutional. That power belongs to the state.
The Rajasthan High Court has upheld the constitutional validity of the notification issued by the Rajasthan government, in which the government has changed a rule relating to reservation of vacancies for women in its service rules.
The Supreme Court today (July 15) said that it will hear on a day-to-day basis petitions challenging the constitutional validity of a Maratha reservation in education and jobs by the Maharashtra government. The hearings start on July 27.
The High Court of Delhi on Monday has stayed the horizontal reservation of 50% to Delhi Candidate in National Law University, Delhi. The bench has however maintained status quo on the previous academic year.