Reservation In Private Unaided Institutions Doesn’t Violate Basic Structure Of The Constitution
- Centre contended before Supreme Court that providing reservation for weaker sections in private unaided institutions didn’t violate basic structure of the constitution.
- It said inserting clause 5 in Article 15 through 93rd amendment achieved socialistic goals envisaged in Preamble and Directive Principles of State Policy.
- The petition before the Supreme Court was filed by association of Private unaided institution against RTE Act and insertion of Article 21(A) in the constitution.
- Petitioners contended that the RTE Act violates Article 19(1-g) i,e right to carry on any profession or trade. But Centre said that this right is absolute and unfettered.
- RTE Act
- Fundamental Rights
- Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP)
- Article 19
- Article 15
- Article 21