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Violation of Reservation policy in Aligarh Muslim University

Now after the Jinah controversy Aligarh Muslim  University  is  again in publicity. Because of the violation of  right of  SC, ST&  OBC  I am in the favour of  SC, ST & OBC  reservation  policy in Aligarh Muslim. In the defence AMU administration argues that Minority institutions are a exemption from any type of reservation under the Article 30 of Indian Constitution. In this we will analysis that whether the Aligarh Muslim university  is a minority institution  or not ? If not than why ?
 
 If we look back in the history  of Aligarh Muslim University than we will find that  Mohamaddan Anglo oriental  college was established  by the  Sir  Syed Ahmed Khan in 1875  at Aligarh district of Uttar Pradesh  which was replaced by the status of University named as Aligarh Muslim university through the British Parliament Act 1920.
 
 It is not any doubt that Sir Syed Ahmed Khan was the founder of MAO college but Aligarh Muslim university was established by the Parliament Act 1920.
 
 So It can not be claimed the status of Minority Institution For the minority  vote  purpose Indira gandhi passed the AMU Act 1981 for the beneficial for AMU but in Azeez Basha  v/s Union of India case Supreme Court declared AMU Act 1981 as unconstitutional and held that Aligarh  Muslim University was not a  minority  institution because it was established by the British  parliament Act 1920 and now days this case was pending in Supreme Court  and Supreme Court Did not stayed the decree of Allahabad  high court so my fundamentalist friend you can denied the right of  SC ST and OBC  because  Aligarh Muslim university is not a minority I situation 

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