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HC directive to BC panel

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Inclusion of Muslims in BCs Justice Eswaraiah said that the court is not going into the merits of the case of the Muslim community but felt that the documents sought by the petitioners should be furnished to them

HYDERABAD: The High Court on Tuesday said the objections offered by Backward Classes organisations against the move to declare Muslims as Backward Classes be taken into consideration by the Andhra Pradesh Commission for Backward Classes at the time of finalising the report.

Justice Eswaraiah was dealing with two writ petitions. The petitioners complained that the commission had refused to furnish the data on which it was going to rely on to make recommendation regarding the claim of Muslims. They said without this information they could not make any reasonable objection, as the inquiry had turned into a `farce.' Justice Eswaraiah felt that the documents sought by the petitioners should be furnished to them.

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