Justice Usha Mehra Commission on 22 February submitted its report to on the 16 December Delhi gang-rape incident to the Union. held on were noted and approved by the Commission. Agenda Item No Recommendations of Justice Usha Mehra. Committee Report regarding. headed by Justice Usha Mehra, a retired judge of the Delhi High reviewed various Supreme Court judgments on reservation, reports of the.
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Justice Usha Mehra Commission Report. Thus, the whole exercise of the Commission is futile.
Similarly, in respect of Mitha Ayyalwar, it is stated that they do not take food from the Mala. Have you read these stories? Muniswamy pillai is out of context and the Commission ignored the very fact that the test for inclusion in the list of SCs is extreme social, educational and economic backwardness arising out of traditional practice of untouchability.
It is admitted in the Commission report that Malas are also called as Adi-andhras. Thus the suggested Remedy is worse than the Disease. It is also observed that Paky, Moti, Thoti, they accept food and water from all the communities and render their services to all except Mala and Madiga.
మల్లెల మాల మహాసభ: THE REPORT OF JUSTICE USHA MEHRA COMMISSION
Therefore, the representations were mainly from Madiga and its groups only and the Mala groups were denied the opportunity of hearing by the Commission. The Commission did not even bother to consider the observations of the Supreme Court that categorization is no solution to the problem and the remedy suggested by way of special courses etc. Honestely Speaking, Justice Usha Mehra commission report is fallacious, beyond the scope of the reference,irrelevant, misleading and defective based on insufficient data and inadequate samples and erroneous conclusions drawn based on the selective representations presented by the MRPS deliberately to prove the Commission’s predetermined intention to sub-classify the Scheduled castes, which cannot be relied upon and deserves to be ignored, and rejected in the larger interests of the scheduled castes and in the national intrests as a whole.
The grouping of castes particularly with reference to Malas and Adi-andhras is incorrect. The Commission’s report to appoint another judicial commission to be headed by a sitting or a retired High Court Judge to collect data regarding representations of various castes of the SCs in the service of the State as well as in Educational Institutions is highly impracticable and is undersirable.
The opportunities depend upon factors like population, availability of schools, literacy and regional imbalances. It shows the Mala population as Law report recommending abolition of death penalty sent to all states: The Commission’s observation about certain Scheduled Castes are contradictory to each other. Law panel’s report on death penalty reaches Home Ministry for final call 23 Sep, Justice Mehra Commission was only asked to examine the various facets of the demand for sub-categorisation of SCs.
As per censusthe population of Adi-andhra group wasand as per censusit was whereas as per census, the population of Adi-andhra shown as only The Commission’s effort to unduly favour the Madigas by quoting the speeches of the Dr.
Thus, the observations particularly made with reference to Malas, that for Malas, Madigas are untouchables has no basis and irrelevant and biased and motivated.
While the panel will also give its full report in a few weeks from now, it wants to give an interim-report. There will be no need for any complaint if these schemes are implemented for the individual benefit and for the area developement as contemplated.
JUSTICE USHA MEHRA COMMISSION
Mehra Commission recommendations placed before Commisslon Sources said the Home Ministry has accepted several of the recommendations justide the panel and these were placed before the Cabinet for final approval. The report of the Commission is beyond its terms of reference with an anxiety to show that a particular community, Mala, occupied more posts. While dealing with Madiga Dasu, it was observed that the Madiga Dasu accept food from all the communities except the Mala. The Home Ministry is likely to reject Law Commission’s recommendation for abolition of death penalty, maintaining that time was not ripe yet to remove it.
Justice Usha Mehra Commission reports that there was an unanimous resolution by the State Legislature dated, 10 th December Thus, the recommendation of the Commission rsport categorization is contradictory and against its own findings. The Commission also failed to note that the judgement of the Indrashaney is not applicable in respect of Scheduled Castes.
The Malas and its allied castes boycotted the meetings held by the Commission and protested before the Commission during their visits and did not mera with the Commission.
Further, in Andhra Pradesh, the State is divided into six zones. The report of the Commission is against the National Unity and Integrity. Government Two government appointees in the law panel — then ex-offic Madiga is one caste among the castes. L Lokur Committee long back recommended for report was not accepted by any Government both Central and State as there was no adequate representation of SCs in any sphere and there was no visible improvement in their living standards, which is a fact even today.
As admitted, that Mala is the largest population in only 8 Districts of Coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema regions. But, for the purpose of population adi-andhras relort shown separately.
Justice Usha Mehra Commission Submitted its Report to the Union Government of India
Law Commission for “swift” scrapping of capital punishment 31 Aug, We, on behalf of the Association for Social Action, Andhra Pradesh an intellectual group of Scheduled Caste officers endeavoring for the promotion of Welfare, developement and unity among the Scheduled castes, present the following objections on the report submitted by Justice Usha Mehra Commission on with an appeal to consider the issue in a fair, just, objective and dispassionate manner.
But, the Commission in its over anxiety and over enthusiasm tried to project the figures furnished by the MRPS without proper verification and without application of mind.
Law Commission ushaa abolition of death penalty for all crimes except terrorism 1 Sep, It also includes the political purpose and their representations in Local Bodies, Municipalities, State Legislature and the Parliament. Hence there is no need or justification to divide commiission SCs which is not in the interests of the Country as a whole. Thomas, Indrashaney are out of context and have no relevance to the issue involved and there was no issue of categorization of SCs.