A vast Majority Youth Beleive that Reservations are nothing but dividing India on Caste Lines.
So is the Reality That Caste Discrimination Existed But Does not Exists Today... As Our Political Leaders Say...India Is A Secular Naiton...Thn Y Are They Talking Abt Castes ? All Castes Shuld Get Equal Oppurtunities... Thn Y These Reservations ? So Shuld We Believe Tht Caste System Exist Today ??? Wht Are Your Views ?Share...
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sure dude...wht can we do to protest against this...
I understand the problem. that's why india is still down. We should prove ourselves.
Its up to us now. Maybe websites can be built and petitions etc. etc. Strikes / bans. Will these work out ?????
Suggestions pls. and BTW iam Indian too
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We gotta face it , biasness, racism, caste etc they exist throughout nations.
It is sad , but that is reality, India has a long way to go especially when it is regarding their internal affairs.
We can't blame anyone, and if you really want to make a change you'd prolly need to backed by powerful people, or you'd either get screwed or your idea dismissed. World is unfair, and retribution often comes when it's too late. All i can say is that we gotta do what we gotta do.
btw i'm a singaporean indian -_-
yeah thats casted which is making india still back..
It could still exist today.
Nepal, neighbour to India is also exactly going through the same problem. I regard caste system as a social problem. Lets sort it out together.
If India is a Secular nation, and Caste is essentially a religious system, why does Caste enter politics? Shouldn't Caste remain in religion and matter only in religious matters and not affect political decisions?
Or am I mistaken about what the Caste system really is?
The main problem faced by the Indian Govt and the people against such Caste based discrimination or favouratism is that for the people of a particular caste that stand to lose from such decisions , there are equal or more number of people of the caste who stand to gain from it.
So the solution lies in educating the public about the negative aspects of this system. But as it is not, the politicians find the whole thing useful and easy to use as a ploy to get votes. So we can't really expect them to slay their own golden goose right...
There is little hope for a solution. But the effort should go on to abolish this system.