Kerala Congress (M) demands the government to implement the High Court’s decision

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Mani also urged the government to implement a special package in case there is any loss to any section of the minorities due to the court order (symbol)

The Kerala Congress leader’s statement on the matter comes at a time when a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, a day ago, decided that a legal review and experts should be conducted before arriving at any final decision on the court’s order. A study will be conducted by

Kottayam (Kerala). The Kerala Congress (M), which is part of the ruling Left Democratic Front in Kerala, has urged the state government to implement the Kerala High Court order that allowed people from notified minority communities to ‘ It has been said to provide Merit-cum-Means’ scholarship equally.

Addressing reporters here, Kerala Congress (M) leader Jose K Mani said that according to the law, all facilities, including grant of ‘merit-cum-means’ scholarship, should be given to the minority community equally.

Apart from this, Mani also urged the government to implement a special package in case there is any loss to any section of the minorities due to the court order. Significantly, Central Kerala is considered a stronghold of the Kerala Congress, where the number of minority Christians is very high. He said that the distribution of the package can also be done by conducting a survey on behalf of the Social Justice Department of the state.

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The Kerala Congress leader’s statement on the matter comes at a time when a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, a day ago, decided that a legal review and experts should be conducted before arriving at any final decision on the court’s order. A study will be conducted by

The Kerala High Court had on May 29 quashed the state government’s order to sub-categorize minorities by providing 80 per cent merit-cum-means scholarship to the Muslim community and 20 per cent merit-cum-means scholarships to Latin Catholic Christians and converts. The court said that it is not legally valid.

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