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Backward Classes in MP Report:Β In Bhopal, the Backward Classes Welfare Commission presented a report to the state government today, according to which there are 48% backward classes voters in the state. According to the report, Cabinet Minister Bhupendra Singh said that 35 percent seats should be reserved for OBCs in all levels of Panchayat elections. At the same time, there should be 35% reservation for OBC category in urban body elections.

The commission’s report is to be presented in the Supreme Court on Friday. Out of the total voters, 79 percent are voters of OBC category after subtracting the voters of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes. Minister Bhupendra Singh said that OBC class has been deprived of reservation due to Congress. For the upliftment of backward classes, the commission has made many recommendations in the first report.

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During the survey from the districts, 82 social organizations have submitted a memorandum to the commission. For this 853 suggestions were received online and 156 suggestions were received through mail. In order to ensure the reservation of backward classes in the panchayat body elections, the commission has also recommended to amend the constitution and send a proposal to the Government of India on behalf of the state government. After the survey, it has also been recommended in the report to declare the OBC dominated district and block as OBC dominated area.

The castes which are included in the list of backward classes in Madhya Pradesh and are not included in the list of the Center, a proposal has also been sent by the government to add them to the list of the Center. The castes included in the list of backward classes of the Center, which are not included in the list of Other Backward Classes of the state of Madhya Pradesh, have been told to be added by the Madhya Pradesh government to the state list.

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