Bihar government granted reservation on Promotion for SC/ST: Nitish Kumar’s government has announced a gift to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (SC / ST) government employees in Bihar in view of Lok Sabha elections in 2019 and assembly elections in 2020. The government has granted reservation for SC/ST promotion on government jobs. Nitish Kumar’s decision in the election season is being considered as extremely important. In fact, tensions in the NDA and the alliance with the Dalits in Bihar is still continued. Both sides are trying to get Dalits in their own back. The biggest faces of the Maha-Gathbandhan, Tejaswi Yadav have understood that with the Yadavs + Muslims, it is necessary to associate with the Dalits in order to gain power in Bihar. Keeping this in mind, he has a big leader from Dalit community and former Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi.
The Supreme Court on June 5 allowed the central government to give reservation in the promotion of a certain category of employees according to the law. Under this, the Supreme Court asked to keep the existing reservation system on promotions in jobs, till the Constitution Bench heard no final decision.
Tejaswi Yadav have has also sent an invitation to Uday Narayan Chaudhary to join Rashtriya Yadav RJD. Apart from this, the stunning Yadav could also join some other regional Dalit faces of JDU.
Nitish Kumar has a bigDalitt leader– Congress President Ashok Chaudhary. Apart from this, the face of Ram Vilas Paswan is also being prominent in the NDA. The point is to note that in Bihar, Dalits have around 12 percent of the votes. In the current political situation, these voters will play a decisive role in whatever side they go to.
However, it will not affect those promotions which have been given on a priority basis during the last two years. In April 2016, after the High Court’s decision to end the reservation in promotion, the State Government issued notification number 4800. Progress promotion was started by making its preference base. Up to this time promotion was being given on this basis.