Caste fault lines re-emerge amidst governmental ferment

Caste fault lines re-emerge amidst governmental ferment

There clearly was renewed need to simply accept the caste census report that is thought to show the count of two major communities as reduced than what’s thought

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The Panchamasali sect of Lingayats have actually raised their need become relocated to 2A category under OBC.

There is certainly renewed need to simply accept the caste census report that is believed to show the count of two communities that are major lower than what exactly is thought

The current needs for the Kuruba and Valmiki communities for a significantly better share in booking, because of the former inclusion that is seeking ST in addition to second demanding hike in booking within ST, has again stirred the caste cauldron in Karnataka. Contributing to the mix may be the need because of the Panchamasali sect of Lingayats become relocated to 2A category under OBC.

These developments come amidst governmental ferment, with concerns being over and over repeatedly raised concerning the durability of Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa’s leadership and a fiercely battled bypoll. a area reads it as being a “backlash” from the narrative that is political of State arriving at be dominated by ‘upper’ castes (Vokkaliga and Lingayat) after having a spell of Ahinda politics under Siddaramaiah. There clearly was a renewed need to simply accept the socio-economic study (popularly referred to as caste census) report, that will be thought to show the count for the two major communities to be smaller than what’s presently thought. Read more of this post