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Oppn not banking on review plea on quotas, wants statute tweaked

IndiaTimes Sunday, 16 May 2021
As the Modi government moved the Supreme Court for a stay on its judgment denuding the states of their powers to identify OBCs, several leaders and opposition members demanded that the Centre initiate the process to amend the contentious 102nd constitutional amendment, arguing that the history of review petitions in the apex court do not inspire optimism.
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