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Members of SC, ST communities protest against National Monetization Pipeline. India News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Scores of people belonging to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe communities staged a protest at Jantar Mantar in the national capital on Saturday. National Monetization Pipeline (nmp)
The demonstration was organized under the aegis of the Confederation of All India Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe Organizations, popularly known as the Confederation – an organization consisting of employees and social workers. The protest was led by the National President of the Confederation and former Delhi MP Udit Raj.
Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman last month announced an NMP of Rs 6 lakh crore that will look to unlock value in infrastructure assets in sectors ranging from electricity to roads and railways.
Raj claimed that at present around 80 per cent government posts are vacant.
Instead of filling these vacant posts, the Modi government is snatching (government posts). More than 240 posts are lying vacant in various tribunals. Not even one of the 54 central government universities. Scheduled Castes Scheduled Tribes Other Backward Classes Vice Chancellor,” he said.
“These communities are already at peak in the higher judiciary. Courts are against reservation and there is little scope for any relief from there,” Raj said.
He alleged that the education sector is the most affected by the policies of the government.
In new education policyThere is no mention of reservation, Raj said.
“Out of 1,286 professor posts in IIMs, 934 are vacant and in IITs the situation is equally bad. We have been opposing privatization since 2002 and fighting for reservation in the private sector,” he said.
Raj alleges that privatization will harm SC/ST OBC To all. The former MP said that his participation in national resources would further marginalize and result in the loss of the nation.


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