“Opposing reservation is a crime”, SC Commission seeks SC-ST act against doctors’ body

New Delhi: The National Commission for Scheduled Caste has asked the Chandigarh police to lodge an FIR against All PGI General and OBC category employees’ associations for opposing the reservation in promotions.

The commission wrote a letter to the Union health secretary, Chandigarh SSP and the PGIMER director where it complained about the body.

“The NCSC recommends registration of an FIR against all the PGIMER general and OBC category employees’ associations…who are against providing reservation to SC and ST employees, as it is clearly written on their letterhead – ‘Ad-Hoc Front Against Reservations in Promotions and for Implementation of Catch-Up Rule’”, the letter reads.

The NCSC has also asked to take immediate action against the members.

“The police officials are requested to immediately register FIR and intimate the same to the commission by Wednesday,” NCSC said.

The commission has also asked the director of the PGIMER to initiate disciplinary action against the members of the group.

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