No religion in politics: Brahmins

The Federation, which passed a resolution to this effect at its national executive meeting, also decided to support any political party that takes up the cause of Brahmins and address the problems faced by the community.

In another resolution, it was decided to file contempt petitions in the Supreme Court against state governments which have accorded reservation beyond 50 per cent in recruitment for government jobs and admission to professional courses.

The Federation has demanded the census should only mention the community people as Hindu (Brahmin) and not sub-castes. It was also decided that the Federation should fight for the reservation of the economically weaker Brahmins.

As many as 170 national executive members attended the day-long meeting held at Havyaka Mahasabha in Malleswaram. Sanskrit scholar N Ranganatha Sharma was felicitated.

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