Broadly speaking there are no difference between #BJP and #Congresses
on vision for better India, after congress supported the quota bill in the
parliament despite the fact that, this is unconstitutional and Supreme Court had
categorically set the 50% cap for the reservation. This is unfortunate to see
the substandard debate in the parliament on the 10% of reservation. Government
has failed to give any substantial evidence/ data, why they are pushing
reservation for economically weaker section of the so called “upper caste”?
It’s interesting to observed, most of the political party supported this weak
argument of the government. Even, BSP and SP supported this argument of the government.
Only RJD opposed this move in the parliament, but their voice was not heard because,
they don't have numbers in the house. Most importantly, Both parties from UP
like SP and BSP given free ride to BJP on this move, this might be strategic move
by #Bua-Bhatiga, to stop BJP for gaining edge in UP.
Couple of weeks ago, I went to nearby electric repair shop in my neighborhood, because my emergency light is not working. The technician, looked the all parts of light carefully, meantime I was trying to understand his situation during lockdown, he shared in those days his shop was completely shut down like others, I hesitantly, inquired about his livelihood sources and how he had managed his day to day expense? He shared, sir there was no option but I had to sell fruits in the streets, and that was the only source of survival for him and his family, after unlocking he is only able to earn around 30% of income, what he used to earn before Pandemic. After almost 20 minutes, he said he will not able to repair my light. I offered him money for his Labour but he refused to take and gently responded Sir, I haven't done your work, how can I take money, I tried hard but he was reluctant. With his gesture and dedication, I was thoroughly impressed....
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