SC rejects Jat reservation in PG medical and dental courses

The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected plea of Jat students seeking reservation in admission to PG medical and dental courses. 

Rejecting the plea, the Supreme Court said that at the time of All India counselling these Jat students were treated as OBCs.

"There is no vested right in favour of applicants as the court has already decided the issue," SC said. 

The Supreme Court recently scrapped the Centre's controversial decision to grant reservation to the Jat community in jobs and educational institutions while terming it a reflection of "negative" and "retrograde" governance.

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