1. Charter of Demands first Presented to the Government Appointed Three Members (Shri Pranav Mukherjee, Shri P. Chidambaram and Shri Arjun Singh) Committee and then to the Prime Minister of India. These talks held during the month of May 2006 with Government failed.
2. Youth For Equality’s Representation on 9th of November 2006 to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Human Resource Development Hundred Eighty- Sixth Report on the Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in Admission) Bill, 2006. Two clauses taken from the Youth For Equality’s presentation a) Exclusion criteria for the OBCs and b) Revision of the list in regular interval.
3. Youth For Equality’s Representation to the President of India Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam on 10th of January 2007 suggesting alternatives to the Government’s PresentÂ ‘Unscientific Extended Reservation Policy’Â in the centrally funded higher educational institutes.
4. Representation to the Chairman of National Commission For Religious And Linguistic Minorities Justice Ranganath Mishra. The Youth For Equality suggested measures for upliftment best suited to the religious and linguistic minorities of India.
5. Representation To The President of India, 31st May 2008. The Youth For Equality urged the President to direct the Executive to implement The Supreme Court Judgment in letter and spirit.