The Supreme Court postponed a hearing on petitions challenging an order of the Patna High Court that allowed the Bihar Government to conduct a caste survey in Bihar. A non-governmental organization called ‘Ek Soch, Ek Paryas’ filed a petition that will be heard on August 18 along with other petitions challenging the high court’s order. The petitioners claimed that the Bihar Government had issued a notification on August 1 to complete the caste survey in three days. Another advocate representing some petitioners argued that the state government should not release the survey details while the matter is pending in the top court. However, Justice Khanna said that this would be unfair without even considering the state government’s argument. I don’t want to do that. – Simplified: I don’t desire to do that. On August 18, we will listen to all of you and all aspects. In addition to the NGO ‘Ek Soch, Ek Paryas’, a resident named Akhilesh Kumar from Nalanda has also submitted a complaint against the Bihar Government’s caste survey because it goes against the constitutional mandate. The Supreme Court has postponed the hearing on petitions challenging the caste survey in Bihar until August 14, and they have not ordered any changes to it. The Patna High Court rejected petitions challenging the caste survey on August 1 and confirmed the Notification dated June 6, 2022. “The high court said that the government’s actions are legal, well-executed, and aimed at promoting fair development. Following the court’s verdict, the Nitish Kumar Government suspended teacher training programs and instructed them to complete the caste survey quickly. ” and the strong challenge made against it for various reasons. This text shows that caste still exists in society even though people have tried to get rid of it. It cannot be ignored or forgotten, nor does it disappear. The caste survey mentioned in the text was not legal because only the Union Government has the power to conduct it. The State of Bihar tried to do the survey without permission, which is dishonest. The first part of the survey was finished on January 21. Approximately 15,000 officials were given different tasks for a survey that involves going to people’s homes. The survey will cost around Rs 500 crore. Someone who filed a legal complaint said that a notice issued on June 6, 2022 goes against the rules about how power is divided between the State and the central government. They also said it goes against the laws about census and is therefore invalid from the start.