High Court Cancels Bengal's Backward Classes Certificates Granted Since 2011

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The Calcutta High Court has cancelled all certificates to Other Backward Classes issued in Bengal since 2011 under the Trinamool Congress administration, calling them "illegal". This, however, would not affect the jobs held currently by the people, the court said. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has said she "will not accept" the order, which takes away the rights granted to the Tapashili community.

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