• Cancellation of Jat Reservation

Recently Supreme court cancelled reservation of Jats under central jobs and universities for 9 states i.e. Bihar, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and the National Capital Territory of Delhi, Bharatpur and Dholpur districts of Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. which the central government had given just before the elections. But the problem is that jats from rajasthan( except dholpur and bharatpur) were entitled to the reservation since 1999 and the recent judgement did not include them. Now DU has cancelled all the reservations for Jats and in misconception they cancelled it for Rajasthan Jats(jaipur) also saying that we are following supreme court judgement. I tried explaining them that sir it did not include Rajasthan Jats(except dholpur and bharatpur) but to no avail. I also showed them the site NCBC list but all to deaf ears. What should I do now?
Asked 1 year ago in Civil Law from Jaipur, Rajasthan
1) issue legal notice to Du that cancellation of reservation for jats is not applicable to jats of Rajasthan excluding districts mentioned by you 

2) you can also file writ petition in HC if no action is taken on your legal notice 

3) consult a local lawyer 
Ajay Sethi
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Hi, rest of Rajasthan is still having reservation under  jats.
You are right supreme court ruling has only included dholpur and bharatpur
How it i affecting you what is your status/ are you a student/ candidate/officer.
I fyour rights are infringed, move a writ petiion in the high court to get awrit issue dto th econcrend deppartment.
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If you are confident that you do not fall under category which have been removed from the reservation category but eh authorities turn dear ear to you plea despite showing them the rulings and proofs for that, you may contemplate to initiate a writ petition quoiting the cited reasons and  seek relief either through high court or supreme court. 
T Kalaiselvan
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You can challenge the decision of DU in the court. This is the only legal recourse available to you. 
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First of all send a legal notice to university and if after that they are not ready to listen or do the act legally then file a writ against them before Delhi high court
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1) legal notice a week 

2) in the writ petition press for urgent reliefs as classes already started in university 
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A writ will be decided in a matter of a week or 10 days time once it has reached the high court bench and you can get the relief if the court accords you permission on the basis of credential in your possession.  Engage a expertise and prudent lawyer practicing in high court alone. 
T Kalaiselvan
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Seven to 10 days 
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There is no need to issue a legal notice. You can directly move to court. If at all a lawyer's notice is to be issued then a short term compliance can be sought of it.  The court can be requested for a speedy hearing lest the delay in disposal of the case becomes detrimental to your academic pursuit. 
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