High Court barred admissions under Muslim quota

HYDERABAD : The Andhra Pradesh High Court has directed the state government that the authorities should not give letters offering admissions to BC ‘E’ category (Muslims) candidates who are seeking admission to postgraduate medical courses.
This directive was issued by the court responding to a writ petition filed by Sraman and others, who complained that the NTR Health University had issued a notification for counselling to fill seats in various PG medical courses. They said the university was seeking to issue admission letters to students of the Muslim community under BC ‘E’ category.
K. Ramakrishna Reddy, appearing for the petitioners, contended that the government was violating orders of the Supreme Court and the High Court in cases filed to challenge the four per cent reservations for Muslims.
Updated: 05-22-2008
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