Announcement of 10% quota bill just few months back from the general election is a big question in itself and not only this, there is a even bigger question as how the youths belonging to the general category can get benefit of this reservation system in getting admission in private schools and colleges.
All these questions are making rounds in people’s mind. To get the answers of all these questions APN in its popular show Mudda, has took this issue for discussion with anchorperson Anant Tyagi along with BJP leader Sandip Dwivedi, Senior Journalist Tapan Bharti, APN consultant Govind Pant Raju, Dalit Thinker Gangaram Ambedkar and Congress spokesperson Surendra Rajput.
Sandip Dwivedi was the first to speak and said “This bill will be beneficial for the youths belonging to the general category that was not getting any reservation until now.”
Surendra Rajput said that “The announcement of 10% quota bill before general election is a strategy to woo the young voters but we welcome this if it is beneficial for the poor unemployed youths.”
He also added that “The bill must be implemented before general elections as it is only a political agenda”
Tapan Bharti said that “Undoubtedly there are a huge number of youths who are unemployed and needs to be employed and if this bill can do anything good for them then it should be welcomed and must be implemented as soon as possible.”
Govind Pant Raju said that “This bill will feel the gap between the people belonging to the reserved category and the unreserved ones. In case it fails to give the jobs to the unemployed youths then also they will feel contented as they will not complain about the reservation.”
Gangaram Ambedkar said “The people who come under reservation system are also not getting what they were promised and the already given reservation has some drawbacks in it and it needs to be revised and improvised.”
Sandip Dwivedi said “This bill will help students belonging to the general category in getting admissions in good schools and colleges and it will also be helpful for them in getting jobs.”
Tapan Bharti said “BJP should have announced this bill earlier as announcing this bill before general elections is a political stunt.”
Surendra Rajput said “We welcome this 10% quota bill but how can BJP ensure that the poor students can get admissions in private colleges whose fees are unaffordable for the poor youths.”
In an overall discussion it has come to our knowledge that the members of Congress Party is not opposing the bill but wants the BJP to answer how can this bill employments for the poor youths whose economical background is not good.
Compiled by- Dhiraj Kumar