Review the Reservation Policy
- SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
May 30, 2006
Gradually over the years we have found that the judiciary's teeth have been blunted by politicians in parliament.
It's just a matter of time before we can talk in the past tense, of the judiciary as a pillar of democracy. The Supreme Court it seems has taken note of the situation arising out of Anti Reservation protests and asked the Centre for details on how the implementation is to be carried out.
But it will be very naive to expect that the SC can really give the meritorious future of India any justice. This is no pessimism, at one point of time the Chief Justice has made a comment to the effect let the government shut down the courts. The immediate recent examples of mockery that come to mind is that of illegal constructions in Delhi and of course our own Surupsinh Naik in Mumbai who has been sentenced to Jail for contempt but is partying at a government hospital entertaining guests, ordering pizza's and samosa's, we are told he suffers from a heart ailment. The SC may consider sending him a get well soon card.
I request the SC to force a review of the reservation policy which is, as being implemented and practised today, biased and contrary to the principles of equality and justice as enshrined in the constitution.
If at all there have to be reservations (whatever be the criteria), before being implemented let there first be a census as to what castes/class? in what numbers? and where? are in need of reservation in the India of today. There should also be a comprehensive plan, to periodically say every FOUR years, review whether the implementation is in the right direction and if not-why??? which caste/class now does not need the crutches anymore?
Also the likes of Lallu's, Paswan's, Bhujbal's and others should be struck off the list of BC/SC/ST or whatever other class that the politicians may ingeniously create as they now form the ruling elite.
Let there be no politics with the future.
We, the undersigned, request the SC to force a review of the reservation policy which is, as being implemented and practised today, biased and contrary to the principles of equality and justice as enshrined in the constitution.
The Review the Reservation Policy petition to SUPREME COURT OF INDIA was written by ATUL PANDE and is in the category Justice at GoPetition.