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May 31 1995 (HC)

Manvendra Shah, Member of Parliament Vs. State of U.P.

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : AIR1996All92; (1995)2UPLBEC1060

..... geographical conditions as well as specific, economic and administrative compulsions of the hill area of u. p. a bill should be placed in the parliament under-article 3 of the constitution of india for creation of a separate slate of 'utlarakhand' comprising of the two divisions of garhwal and kumaun. the aforesaid recommendation does not violate the spirit of article 3 of ..... to the point, the making of reservations for the under privi-leged is itself an exception to the guarantee ofthe equality conferred by the chapter on fundamental rights in the constitution of india.22. thus, the question does arise whether the matter of reservations in educational institutions of the state as a generality required an exception for the hill areas of kumaun ..... its identity from the rest of the state of uttar pradesh/thus, the resolutions are :'12-8-1991 'motion for establishment of a separate state named uttaranchal' minister for finance & parliamentary affairs (sri rajendra kumar gupta) - sir, will your permission i beg to move the following resolution. 'this house recommends to the central government that a separate state, to be named ..... accept the regions and the peoples of kumaon and garhwal as a distinct identity for statehood.8. after the resolution of the legislative assembly in 1991 the state governrnent wrote and apprised the federal government that the legislature of uttar pradesh have resolved to recognise the claim of statehood to the peoples of kumaon and garhwal. it was suggested .....

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