The Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly on Saturday unanimously passed a Bill to provide 5% reservation in education and employment sectors for the Kapu community in the state.The state assembly had introduced the bill on Saturday morning.The state cabinet had given a nod in this regard yesterday based on the report submitted by the Manjunath Commission.The bill facilitates providing them 5% reservation in BC F Category.The state cabinet has decided to include the Balija, Ontari and Telaga communities in the Backward Castes (BCs) and provide them 5% reservation in education, employment and welfare schemes.However, political reservation will not be provided to the mentioned communities.Also readGujarat Elections 2017: Congress deceiving people over issue of reservation, says CM RupaniThree of the four members BC commission headed by Justice KL Manjunatha gave their report to the chief minister yesterday.While M Purnachandra Rao, S Satyanarayana and V Subrahmanyam gave their reports in favour of the Kapus, Manjunath did not give his report. They were said to be unanimously favoured giving 4-5 per cent reservation to the Kapus.Also readShort-term political solutions to job reservation can damage fabric of the country: Raghuram RajanThe Bill will now be sent to the governor, after which it will be sent to the Union Home Ministry.Andhra Pradesh has 29% reservation for Backward Castes (BCs), 15 percent for Scheduled Castes (SCs) and 6 per cent for the Scheduled Tribes (STs).
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Andhra Pradesh: State assembly unanimously passes bill recommending 5% reservation for Kapu community