Separate legislation for “Caste Discrimination among Indian Community” ruled out by UK Government

London: “Caste in Great Britain and Equality Law- A Public Consultation” was introduced in the month of March 2017 in order to gather the general public’s views on how best to ensure that there is “appropriate legal protection” against caste discrimination in Britain.

The UK government in a statement released that caste discrimination among the Indian community does not require separate legislation and said it can be covered as part of emerging case laws in the country.

[Source: NDTV]

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