Bihar Caste Survey: The issue of caste survey in Bihar is once again in discussion. Survey data has been released recently. On which different reactions are emerging. Meanwhile, news came that Sumirem Court will now hear this case on 6th October. This matter is already pending in the Supreme Court. The court had not placed any ban on releasing the survey data. The court said that it will give the stay order only after a detailed hearing.
What did the petitioner say in the court?
Actually, the hearing in this case was to be held on Tuesday. Regarding the matter, the petitioner informed the court that the Bihar government has released the data of caste survey during the hearing of this case itself. After which the court has fixed the hearing of the case on Friday, October 6.
What do caste survey data say?
According to the Bihar Caste Survey report, out of the state’s population of more than 13 crore, OBC is 27.13 percent, Extremely Backward Class is 36.01 percent and General Class is 15.52 percent. Bhumihar population is 2.86 percent, Kurmi population is 2.87 percent, Brahmin population is 3.66 percent, Rajput population is 3.45 percent, Musahar population is 3 percent and Yadav population is 14 percent.
According to the report, the state has 81.99 percent Hindus, 17.70 percent Muslims, 0.5 percent Christians, 0.11 Sikhs, 0.0096 Jain community, 0.0851 Buddhists and 0.1274 percent followers. Of other religions. Additionally, 2146 people identify as non-religious.
This is how the case reached the court
Let us tell you that a petition was filed in Patna High Court demanding a ban on the release of caste census data. After hearing the case and giving the verdict in its favor, the court considered the action of Bihar government as legally valid. After this, the caste survey project was started by the Bihar government.
Not satisfied with the court’s decision, the petitioners had demanded the Supreme Court to overturn this decision of the Patna High Court. The petitioners had said that the report should not be made public at this time, but the Supreme Court had refused this. Now this matter will be heard on October 6.
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