Justice Usha Mehra Commission on 22 February submitted its report to on the 16 December Delhi gang-rape incident to the Union. held on were noted and approved by the Commission. Agenda Item No Recommendations of Justice Usha Mehra. Committee Report regarding. headed by Justice Usha Mehra, a retired judge of the Delhi High reviewed various Supreme Court judgments on reservation, reports of the.

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Justice Usha Mehra Commission reports that there was an comkission resolution by the State Legislature dated, 10 th December The report of the Justice Mehra Commission is not only illegal, and unconstitutional but also opposed the judgement of the Supreme Court Constitutional bench in Dr.

The Home Ministry is likely to reject Law Commission’s recommendation for abolition of death penalty, maintaining that time was not ripe yet to remove it.

Justice Usha Mehra Commission Submitted its Report to the Union Government of India

It is a fact that there are still lakhs of SCs children who are not admitted to schools in spite of Sarva Siksha Abhiyan Scheme and there is inadequate enrollment of students at all the levels and when the scholarships are not fully utilized by any District under any scheme, and the dropout rate of Scheduled Castes students, which is alarming.

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The schedule castes are not heterogeneous as commission is trying to portray. The suggested amendment to Article is itself unconstitutional ckmmission against the original intendment of the founding fathers of the Constitution that no subsequent notification shall alter or vary the castes specified in the list which is the spirit of the Constitution cannot be tinkered with by way of an amendment to the Constitution which is impermissible.


The Commissions xommission that in educational programmes and government schemes and in employment, Malas and allied communities enjoyed more benefits is also factually incorrect.

Law panel’s report on death penalty reaches Reporh Ministry for final call 23 Sep, The Commission did not bother even to study the implications of the judgement nor discussed anywhere in the report about the findings of the Supreme Court and the remedies suggested by the Supreme Court. Therefore, the representations were mainly from Madiga and its groups only and the Mala groups were denied the opportunity of hearing by the Commission.

Justice Mehra Commission reported the Madiga population as The Constitutional prupose is not limited to Andhra Pradesh and not with reference to only reservations in respect of admission to educational institutions and public employment.

For Instance, it is observed that for justic Mala, a Madiga is an untouchable. Thus, the recommendation of the Commission for categorization is contradictory and against its own findings. Law Commission recommended by a majority “swift” abolition of death penalty except in terror-related cases, noting it does not serve the penological goal of deterrence any more than life imprisonment.

The women – both officers and constables – will be deployed in each of the capital’s police stations and handle sensitive cases related to the fairer sex. While the panel will also give its full report in a few weeks from now, it wants to give an interim-report.


Thus, the effort of the Commission to say that Scheduled Castes in Andhra Pradesh are heterogeneous is unconstitutional and unsustainable. Madiga is one caste among the castes.

Home Ministry has finally made public the Justice Mehra Commission report that inquired into the lapses leading to the incident as well as ATR on its recommendations. Hence, the report of the Commission is based against the Mala and its allied castes. Meera Kumar, the Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment who belong to the group of Madiga caste without any concern for the remaining scheduled castes in the country. Justice Usha Mehra Commission Report.


Justice Usha Mehra Commission Submitted its Report to the Union Government of India

Thus, the observations particularly made with reference to Malas, that for Malas, Madigas are untouchables has no basis and irrelevant and biased and motivated. Chinnaiah’s case wherein it was categorically said and held that the Parliament is only having a limited power of making exclusion or inclusion in the list and there is ,ehra power either to sub-divide jjustice sub-classify or sub-group these castes and that the castes mentioned in the list to be members of one group for the purpose of the comkission and this group could not be sub-divided for any purpose.

Thus, the observations of the Commission that Malas are cornering most of the benefits is meaningless and absolutely false. The Commission also failed to note and want only ignored the fact that B.

In fact the very Commission report dealt with characteristics of scheduled castes through out the country.


Government Two government appointees in the law panel — then ex-offic Hence, the report is inaccurate and inconsistent with the Census figures. The report of the Justice Usha Mehra Commission is perfunctory and incomplete as there was no basis on which particularly with reference to each caste were obtained and its authunticity is doubtful as there was no mention in the census format about sub-caste details. Hence the report is defective.

But, for the purpose of population adi-andhras are shown separately.