Is caste reservation system fuelling corruption in India?

This is not specific to Gujarat but a central government policy which has created a ruckus and is majorly responsible for major scandals in India.Is caste reservation system fueling corruption in india?

What was the intention of government when they put reservation system in place?
 - Social Equality to remove imbalance between rich and poor
 - Give employment opportunities to people on scheduled caste
 - Motivation for rural people and backward class people to get good jobs and compete with others

What is the end result of reservation system?
  - Stories of doctors leaving surgical equipment in patient bodies
  - Policemen on roadside catching people, pocketing money without receipts
  - Ministers and Govt babus taking bribes across India
  - Judicial System paralyzed
  - Bounced cheques and ever growing scams
  - The list can go into thousands...
The root cause in majority of these is scheduled caste/schedule caste resource who got in the system because of reservation and has broken all rules for personal gains. He didn't study hard, he didn't have to compete like others to get a key position. Since he/she got in with poor academics and had never got right education, he has started creating a mess in the system..

What is the solution?

- Stop the reservation system immediately and replace it with free skill development.
- Give free education
- Give free books
- Give free food
DO NOT RESERVE POSITIONS FOR THEM. LET THEM COMPETE WITH OTHERS. Poll Question:What is the next best option to caste reservation system in India?

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I agree little bit with this. But not completely. If u give free education to them, then still they will have power of misuse of this scheme. instead of it, there should be done admission on basis of some criteria, so needy can get some benefit for paying. If some family can not afford higher studies for their children, than government should realse some scheme to help them like scholarship, kind of subcds, etc...

I think this article is written by some non reserve candidate. I absolutely disagree with it. Instead of judging whole matter nutrally, the author just expressed his personal view on the matter. I think you should look at the villages or backward areas how they live. If you are demanding to keep them in general stream, they cant do that because of their poor economic condition. The matter is not solved if we are targeting on our reserve system but the problem is in our society. Evon now in the majority of the indian continent they are not accepted socialy, nobody want to make any kind of social relationship with them. Ya, its still the reality, after 60 years of our independence. Do you think if we are removing the reserve category system, will they get accepted in our society happily? Just think about it. Where is the problem, either in our goverment reserve policy or in our social policy?

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