Increase Creamy layer restriction to Rs 15 lakh: TS BC Commission chairman
Hyderabad: The chairman of Telangana State Commission for Backward Classes, V Krishna Mohan Rao, required Prime Minister Narendra Modi to instantly take a choice on the Creamy Layer (earnings ceiling of Rs 8 Lakh) for the BCs, which scheduled in 2020, as it would certainly deny a a great deal of qualified OBCs in bookings.
The BC Commission chairman composed a letter to the Prime Minister on the problem of Creamy Layer which was dealt with in the year 2017 and also ran out in February 2020. The chairman claimed that the velvety layer needs to be evaluated as soon as every 3 years in appointment with the political celebrations and also OBC Employees Federations to recognize the nature of the suggested needs from their end. “Unfortunately, the process for a dialogue hasn’t yet begun, though the Issue requires immediate dispensation”, he claimed.
The chairman claimed that the National Commission for Backward Classes advised, in 2015, a ceiling earnings restriction of Rs 15 Lakh (taking into consideration the ground facts) to identify the Creamy Layer within OBCs. “Sadly, this too has been ignored. Unnecessary procrastination in this regard has caused severe hardships for the OBCs as some of them were excluded in public employment because of the old and outdated ceiling of income limit. As a first OBC Prime Minister, there is heavy reliance on you and OBCs in general expect you to play key-role in deciding the issue realistically and protect their entitlement and rights,” claimed Rao, requiring the Prime Minister to take into consideration the need for top ceiling earnings restriction of Rs 15 Lakh which will certainly profit the OBCs to a bigger degree.