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Ranganath Commission report on Religious and Linguistic Minorities

Ranganath Commission report on Religious and Linguistic Minorities

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Ranganath Commission report

Two years after it was submitted to the government, report of the National Commission on Religious and Linguistic Minorities is ready to be tabled in the Parliament.

Accordingly, the recommendation is to reserve 15 per cent of posts in all cadres and grades under the Central and State governments for the religious and linguistic minorities. Of this, 10 per cent quota is recommended for Muslims and the rest for other minorities.

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