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Guwahati: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has strongly opposed the recent decision of the state cabinet to provide 10% reservation in MBBS course admissions to NRIs. The party has raised concerns that this reservation system will deprive deserving students and create a new syndicate in the name of admissions. Dr. Bhaben Chaudhary, the state president of AAP, expressed his concerns during a press conference held at the party’s headquarters in Ganeshguri on Monday. He questioned the Assam government’s decision to reintroduce a reservation system that was previously discontinued.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has demanded the withdrawal of the NRC reservation system. According to AAP, with the reservation of 10% for NRIs, the number of unreserved seats will be reduced to just 25%, resulting in only 375 seats remaining. As more than 55% of the population in Assam belongs to the general category, it is unacceptable that only 25% of the seats are left for these unreserved students, stated an AAP leader.