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    Mukhari, Nair communities demand addition in Backward Classes’ list

    Karnataka State Permanent Backward Classes Commission holds public hearing in Udupi.


    Karnataka State Permanent Backward Classes Chairperson K. Jayaprakash Hegde in Udupi on Tuesday.
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    Karnataka State Permanent Backward Classes Commission holds public hearing in Udupi.

    Leaders representing Mukhari/Muvari and Nair communities in the State on Tuesday prompted the Karnataka State Permanent Backward Classes Commission to include them in the backward classes’ list to improve their social and economic conditions.

    The demands were made at the public hearing of grievances of various communities regarding their addition in the list by the Karnataka State Permanent Backward Classes Commission chaired by K. Jayaprakash Hegde in Udupi.

    Mukhari/Muvari community

    Shankari Mukhari Patredi Hair, president, Mukhari Samaja Sangha, and A. Balakrishna, advisor, Mukhari/Muvari Samudaya Sangha, informed the commission that individuals of the neighborhood live in big numbers in Puttur and Sullia taluks of Dakshina Kannada and Kodagu districts. However, they were not included in any of the backwards classes list thus being denied of the advantages in education, work and other fields. The community was identified as a backwards class in Kerala, they said.

    Mr. Hegde inquired to provide files showing neighborhood’s inclusion in BC list in Kerala, promising additional action.

    Nair community

    On the occasion, H. Murali, president, Karnataka Nair Service Society, and other leaders from the neighborhood informed the commission that over 15 lakh individuals coming from Nair community from Kerala, live in Karnataka. They were not determined in any classification in Karnataka and as such were unable to get advantages. The Nair neighborhood need to be listed in the BC list making suitable arrangements for booking, they demanded. The chairperson promised appropriate action.

    Kumbara/Kulala community

    Karnataka State Kulala Kumbara Associations Federation district president Sunil and other neighborhood members prompted the commission to offer internal appointment for the Kumbara/Kulala community that was included in Category 2 of BC list. Besides consisting of pottery as a profession in ability development program, neighborhood members must be offered boosted training and a different development board– Kumbhakala Abhivriddhi Mandali– need to be formed for the neighborhood, they required.

    Mr. Hegde said their needs would be sent to the government for required action.

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