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Reservation boon or bane
The issue of reservation in India has always been a bone of contention between those who support it and those who don’t. The concept of reservation as per Dr. B.r Ambedkar is to provide education to all those people who belongs to lower caste,because in earlier days people were so much into untouchability and inequality and he himself suffered a lot so he want to give a peaceful life and equality to those who belongs to lower caste. However nowadays one of the major roadblocks to this equality is reservation system. The reservation system started in old age caste system of India. The caste system was meant to divide people on the basis of their occupation like teaching and preaching (Brahmin) kingship and war (Kshatriya) and lastly business (vaish)etc. But as we known by our identity its not our fault to take birth is SC,ST or OBC. There are some instruments to divide into Hindu,Muslim,with newer reservation coming up for other different section of society like Christians,Kashmir jats, Kashmiri pandits, tribals etc.
Economically and socially we can divide our Indian society in many classes. Among those medium income and upper caste, low income and upper caste are the sections that are suffering the most and remain frustrated about reservation system. It’s a bane for them. They neither have money nor reservation for basic amenities. For high income and lower caste, medium income and lower caste, reservation is a boon. They have all amenities; in fact many lead a luxurious life but still enroll themselves for reservation and make use of its benefits polluting the mere concept of reservation. Low income and lower caste are the ones who actually need it but most of them are either unaware or not bothered to make use of the facility.
Reservation is definitely required but not for the people with lower caste but for the impoverished. Handicap, soldiers’ family, senior citizens, Kashmir migrants, people with very low or no income are the ones who should be supported from their loved society by ensuring a seat reserved for them if they are inclined and adhered to work and study. It should not be enforced based on caste/religion, minority/majority as it is happening now and causing a major hitch in development. People belonging to Scheduled castes and Scheduled tribes are mostly poor and uneducated. Most of them have to do menial jobs or have to work as landless laborers and bonded laborers. Then and then only they can make two ends meet. The educational institutions in their areas, specially – rural areas are just on papers.
It was quite evident that they were acting like puppets in the hands of the shrewd politicians as it is today. Neither then nor now are the people aware that the real beneficiaries from the Reservation were and are the politicians. The first and foremost benefit is that they have got their vote bank increased. They have become the savior and prophets for the millions of people of their castes.
Progress is impossible without changes. It’s time our government should bring in a big change in the reservation system ensuring India’s progress and we being the citizens of India should understand ‘It’s not our right, it’s just a privilege we are being endowed with’.