How to end the unlawful discrimination written in article 15?
Every citizen in India needs identification proofs, birth certificate and many other documents to support that they are the citizens of this country.
What if the terms and conditions to obtain these documents are like this: If any family, individual mingles up regularly for a fixed period in his hamlet, village, a city with elements need to be treated equally in article 15 under a supervision of a government body.
Do all say that caste-based reservations genuinely ignite discrimination in India? Though until now, many have proved that reservation promotes positive discrimination in India.
The root of this problem lies in ignorance expressed by religion, lack of education, family teachings the by-product of which is caste-based discrimination, on any bodies’ life. For that, only this statement by Dr Ambedkar can help – “The day our steps will move towards libraries India will become a world power”.
How can we cure at least religion’s such bad expression in society? Every religious place should have a library with a license/permission to operate, which should have all types of books. This will make people take up the reading habit by observing other people who will read books around the vicinity of any religious place of any faith. Now the politically-socially dominant community is asking for reservation, is that only way out?
What if the government offers grants/funds to those communities which are asking for a reservation to the state/central government. Their influential leaders agitate for reservations, to open up schools, colleges for specifically their communities by forming a board under a supervision of senior central government officer. Then these communities can open up colleges in that grant/fund for medical, engineering, law or other vocational/skill full courses, especially for their community. Then they will ask reservations in governments.
Another way is, those students tops throughout their academic years of graduation will attend the main exam of UPSC and state commission exams/bank officer exams. Also, passing marks for other small govt exams, those who have got average scores, will be most preferred for contract jobs of government. Many citizens face discrimination in government jobs, private jobs as they have reached to get that job due to the academic reservation.
My question is to them? Even during board exams, competitive exams, and graduation exams does an individual from reservation system get a simple exam paper, and a non-reserved category person gets a tough exam paper? In the end, everyone needs to have brains to progress and develop.
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