As the bench could not find the fresh plea, the state government's counsel sought a hearing in the case either on Wednesday or Friday.
A delegation of BJP met the Governor and submitted a memorandum objecting to the State government's move of going ahead with the panchayat polls without reservation for OBCs.
Uma Bharti had claimed that panchayat polls in her party-ruled Madhya Pradesh without reservation for the OBCs will be injustice with about 70 percent of the state's population.
The bench ordered that the State Election Commission can’t be permitted to proceed with the poll programme already notified in respect of OBC reservation category.
Punjab has the highest share of SC in its population in the country at 32%. However, the politics of the state has always been dominated by the Jat Sikh community.
The Supreme Court was informed that the full schedule for the counselling starting from October 24 and ending on October 29 has been announced.
Party leaders believe that BJP may have to aggressively woo the likes of Patels, Nishads, Mauryas, Rajbhars and others to boost its prospects.
BJP OBC Morcha chief Surath Biswal said this is an attempt to divert the attention of the people from its failure to provide justice to the majority backward castes of the State.
PM Narendra Modi said that it underscores his government's commitment to ensuring dignity, opportunity and justice to the marginalised sections.
The latest reservations are in line with the Directive Principles of State Policy even as they are indicative of the BJP’s determination to beat regional parties at their own game
Soon after the Bill was introduced in the Lower House to restore power to states to identify backward classes, the House was adjourned till 12:30 pm due to the continuous sloganeering.
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Sources said all Opposition parties are on the same page on the importance of the bill, keeping in mind the Assembly elections scheduled early next year.
Her remarks come close on the heels of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday seeking an appointment with Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss the tricky issue of caste-based census.
Maharashtra has been witnessing huge protests after the Supreme Court order cancelling political reservations for OBCs in local body elections.