In Bihar, a caste-based census was carried out with everyone's agreement. On November 9 and November 10, the Legislative Council and the Bihar Assembly both unanimously adopted the relevant measure. On November 12, the Legislative Assembly Secretariat forwarded them to the Governor.
Governor Rajendra Arlekar approved the Reservation bill on November 18, perhaps in response to the Supreme Court's concerns. The state government obtained a copy on the 21st.
The reservation limit has been increased to 75 percent in light of the present condition of all classes. Both houses voted in favor of the bill unanimously. Every individual and household in the community has their financial situation evaluated. The census data states that 94 lakh poor families in the state of Bihar earn less than six thousand rupees each month. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar made the decision to give each household Rs 2 lakh for economic improvement and Rs 1 lakh for landless families to buy land for home construction. The state cabinet has given its approval to this.
Also, Rs 2.5 lakh crore will be spent on this project in the next 5 years.
75 percent reservation will be given in the new system. That means there has been a 15 percent increase in the already allotted seats. 13 percent Backward and Most Backward were included in this quota.
The progressive action of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is viewed as a social revolution. It has also had a significant effect on the political landscape at home. Rajendra Arlekar, the state governor, cleared the path and signed the legislation as well.
Likewise, there is little doubt that a social revolution would occur in Tamil Nadu as well if Governor R.N. Ravi approves the state government's proposals unhindered!