Reservations are not a fundamental right and time has come to change the basis of reservation to include economic status
The women’s movement in India is at a crossroads – the health of Indian democracy depends on its struggle for the Reservation Bill.
The prominent reason for this unawareness pertaining to ‘Reservation’ among the tribes is that they are financially downtrodden. Hence they are more concerned about their basic daily requirements of bare survival rather than the Constitutional Entitlements.
We need to eradicate the privileges and disabilities that come with caste. It’s important because just criticizing caste politics, promoting inter-caste marriage, or grudging grant of reservations will not suffice to annihilate the caste.