Came across this movement (below). I support it subject to there being a clear equal opportunity policy.
Reservations should be removed AFTER equal opportunity has been ensured. It is not practical, given the way the policy has been embedded into the Indian governance system, to remove reservations right away.
Ensuring equal opportunity is only possible through 100 per cent privatisation of school education and provision of school vouchers, outlined in BFN.
This issue should form part of a greater movement for liberty.
Remember, NO EXISTING PARTY will abolish reservations. But a new party that assures liberty and equal opportunity could get the mandate to abolish reservations AFTER equal opportunity has been assured.
If you are serious about this issue, please join FTI (http://freedomteam.in/)
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