आख़िर तीन जाति के लोग ही क्यों बनते हैं राष्ट्रपति के बॉडीगार्ड?हाई कोर्ट...

आख़िर तीन जाति के लोग ही क्यों बनते हैं राष्ट्रपति के बॉडीगार्ड?हाई कोर्ट ने मांगा मोदी सरकार से जवाब

The Delhi High Court has asked the Center's Narendra Modi Government to respond to a petition filed by a resident of Haryana. This petition has been asked why only three caste people become the bodyguards of the President? A bench of Justices S. Murlidhar and Sanjeev Narula sent a notice to the Defense Ministry, the Chief of the Army, the President's bodyguard and the Director Commandant and the army recruiting authorities. The bench said, 'The answer should be given in four weeks. After that any further reply should be given till 8 May 2019. '

The court, on hearing the petition of Gaurav Yadav, resident of Haryana. The petition was questioned about the appointment of President's Bodyguard. It has been asked whether the applications of appointment of president body bodyguard were made on 4th September 2017 only by the people of three castes, Jats, Rajputs and Jat Sikhs. The petitioner said that he belongs to Ahir / Yadav caste and fulfilled all the qualifications sought for the President's Bodyguard except for the only caste and hoped that he would get a job on this post. The petitioner's lawyer Ram Naresh Yadav said, "Because of the priorities given to the three castes, the citizens were left behind this job opportunity which was worth it."

The petition said, "According to the appointment rules of the bodyguards of the President, it is done on the basis of caste. For this reason, there is a violation of Article 14 of the Indian Constitution. It is also a violation of Article 15 (1) of the appointment process which discriminates on the basis of caste, religion, color and birthplace. It has been said that the appointment process has been discriminated against on the basis of caste and in the constitution It has been said that the government offices will not be discriminated against for appointment. The bodyguards of the President are elected by only three castes. This is a government office, so the constitution is being violated by this appointment process. The petition has now been asked for a notice from the Central Government. Earlier, the Supreme Court and the Delhi High Court did not hear the petition saying that the court does not hear such a petition.