Reservation keeping India back?
The union budget of India is Rs.34 lakh crore. The total of states’ budgets comes to Rs.44 lakh crore. That is, a total of Rs.78 lakh crore is the kitty available to the government employees. Salary bills vary widely, in West Bengal 95% of the state revenues go to pay the salaries. But for the sake of argument, let us assume that all of the budgets go to pay the salaries, that is Rs.78 lakh crore is up for grabs.
Since only 50% of seats are reserved, so meritorious of India is annually losing Rs.39 lakh crore. How atrocious! Such big atyachar on merit! This is what is keeping India back, isn’t it? Or is it?
When, why, and how did we lose the capacity to think? Why on earth we do not think? Why do we live such superficial, mediocre lives?
Because if we could think, we would realize that since America with a population of 30 crores has a 20 trillion dollar economy, we with a population of 135 crores should have had a GDP of 90 trillion dollars. Instead, we have a 3 trillion dollar economy. So, the meritorious, instead of endlessly wailing about the lost 39 lakh crore rupees, could have, and should have, and can, create full 87×78 lakh crore, that is Rs.6786 lakh crore. Instead, they are weeping about what? 39 lakh crore rupees. If they can’t do such simple maths and figure out these opportunities, maybe they actually are not meritorious.
if the above looks facetious to you, please know that Modi in his 7 years has added a full 1 trillion dollars to the Indian economy. He took over at 2 trillion dollars and now Indian GDP is 3 trillion dollars. So, I hope the meritorious have cornered this entire 1 trillion dollar, that is, Rs.78 lakh crore rupees, extra generated by Modi. Then why are exactly they still wailing?
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