Karnataka State Permanent Backward Classes Commission holds public listening to in Udupi
Leaders representing Mukhari/Muvari and Nair communities within the State on Tuesday urged the Karnataka State Permanent Backward Classes Commission to incorporate them within the backward courses’ checklist to enhance their social and financial circumstances.
The calls for have been made on the public listening to of grievances of various communities relating to their inclusion within the checklist by the Karnataka State Permanent Backward Classes Commission chaired by Ok. Jayaprakash Hegde in Udupi.
Shankari Mukhari Patredi Mane, president, Mukhari Samaja Sangha, and A. Balakrishna, advisor, Mukhari/Muvari Samudaya Sangha, instructed the fee that the folks of the group reside in giant numbers in Puttur and Sullia taluks of Dakshina Kannada and Kodagu districts. However, they weren’t included in any of the backward courses checklist thereby being disadvantaged of the advantages in training, employment and different fields. The group was recognized as a backward class in Kerala, they mentioned.
Mr. Hegde requested them to furnish paperwork displaying group’s inclusion in BC checklist in Kerala, promising additional motion.
On the event, H. Murali, president, Karnataka Nair Service Society, and different leaders from the group instructed the fee that over 15 lakh folks belonging to Nair group from Kerala, reside in Karnataka. They weren’t recognized in any class in Karnataka and as such weren’t in a position to get advantages. The Nair group must be listed within the BC checklist making appropriate provisions for reservation, they demanded. The chairperson promised appropriate motion.
Karnataka State Kulala Kumbara Associations Federation district president Sunil and different group members urged the fee to offer inner reservation for the Kumbara/Kulala group that was included in Category 2 of BC checklist. Besides together with pottery as a career in talent improvement programme, group members must be given enhanced coaching and a separate improvement board — Kumbhakala Abhivriddhi Mandali — must be fashioned for the group, they demanded.
Mr. Hegde mentioned their calls for can be submitted to the federal government for needed motion.