Potential contestant of Big Boss 10, Raj Mahajan tore his heart open on ‘Reservation’

Potential contestant of Big Boss 10, Raj Mahajan tore his heart open on ‘Reservation’

New Delhi.
The gossip world is already abuzz with the talks of  Boss. From Radhe Maa to Kabir Bedi, Shiney Ahuja, Sana Saeed and Sunil Grover, and the name of  Raj Mahajan, as a possible contender for the big boss, has gone viral on Indian news channels, print media, internet and YouTube. Leading Indian news channels are also suggesting a strong possibility of Raj getting a chance to share the Big Boss with other celebrities. It is to be noted that Raj was accused of  having stolen, the jewelry of his wife by her own better-half from his own home. But when the concerned police authority was asked regarding the matter it was found to be false and the further investigation of the CCTV footage was denied by his wife to hide her false allegation. Raj has been falsely accused in the same manner by his own wife from time to time. After an unsuccessful marriage, Raj is now living separate from his family. In a recent video surfaced on Facebook live, Raj Mahajan is seen criticizing the much controversial topic of ‘Reservation’ and condemning the ‘Quota system’ based on caste differences. Hope! This video doesn’t put him in some serious controversy. Further, the problems put forth by him somewhere throws light on the plight of people and aptly explains the state and sentiments of those belonging to the domain of ‘general category’.

Reservation is everywhere, from schools to college and working sector both private and public. No matter the hard-work, efforts and percentage of someone from general category, opportunities are presented on a shiny platter to those hailing from reserved background, why? Is, being a Reserved such fortune and a General unfortunate enough to be forgotten about. In India, there is reservation based on caste from a very long time. However, in olden days being a reserved person was held in low esteem in society but gradually it has become a talk of prestige nowadays. General category today has become unfortunate with their rights taken away and given to people with reservation. It was on this issue that probable Bigg Boss contestant Raj Mahajan resolutely shared his piece of mind. In a free country like India, everyone has the right to voice their concerns. For the first time Raj Mahajan appeared to have an open discussion on the volatile topic of Reservation through social media. Here Raj has tried to peep through the looking glass from a common man’s perspective. Through which state an ordinary mind passes, when a reserved tramples all over its dreams and aspirations. Raj is not speaking as a top class businessman or a celebrity but an ordinary man who is speaking from his personal experiences. 
Rumor has it that the government has passed new rules by virtue of which a person over the age of 26 years will not be able sit for the UPSC exam thereafter. A special feature of these guidelines is that they are applicable only on the general category of people. The Reserved categories are kept totally exempt from these rules. He has started an open debate regarding the same issue. To quote his words, he thinks that by passing such provisions, somewhere the government is taking a biased stance and neglecting the common man for selfish gains. The government should never commission such a rule in which all the benefits are reaped by reserved category only while the general category faces uncertainty.
According to him this government policy personifies the English idiom, “To make donkey run faster than a horse” and consequently hurts the sentiments of that section of society which does not fall into any kind of reservation. On one hand is someone who achieves a perfect score of 100 and on other is one who scores only 40 but which one of these receives opportunity and proceeds further due to this petty politics, is the one who scored lower, why, because he hailed from a prestigious reserved category. So common man is left behind and the people belonging to reservation thrive even without possessing actual talent, once again implying the aptness of above mentioned idiom.
Moreover, before this, under the quota system, a rule following which some percent of seats would be reserved in every field was also implemented. Be it a school, college, or an application to get a government job. This way SC-ST-OBC gets uplifted. Not only this, if a child from a reserved category scores below par in an Entrance Test, even then he is given admission solely on the basis of his special status (reserved caste) while those from general category are not prioritized even after performing well. It is absolutely disdainful and Youth should definitely stand against such unethical system. Raj believes, “If the country is left to be taken care of by such unworthy people then no one will be able to stop the destruction of our country at the hands of these less capable people. People should only do that, of which they are capable of. A country should only be governed by those with talent and traits like hard-work and dedication.”
Raj, who views every class structure with same perception, says “to counter such ill-treatment all must unite as one.” The idea of no reservation should be spread to every ‘nook and corner’ of the country, turning it into a crusade, a revolution. Anyone should be given a chance only when he is worthy and capable of backing his contest with sufficient talent. Being SC-ST should not be considered to be the basis of anyone’s capability. He also proposed that the benefits provided to reserved categories like SC-ST should be curtailed with immediate effect. The “right to equality” should be extended to all and government should bring all seekers under the umbrella of equality. Presenting SC-ST with concession everywhere is undesirable as a whole. He has summoned Youth, for a change has to come. He advocates the necessity of a change soon to come. The cast system continued from many years has to be given up. Ability and caste of a person has no relation whatsoever. If required and necessary, Raj Mahajan is ready to hold protest. He says, “To warn the government against something wrong, if one has go against it, even that is an absolute right and we should never be afraid of pursuing such endeavors.”
If is clearly evident from this, to what extent our common man is suffering in distress concerning caste-system. Discrimination should be stopped, be it the old definition or new. It is totally wrong to uplift only one category and Raj has become quite active with the cause and is ready for an open debate. He is trying his best as an artist to rally his responsibilities to fight against the vermin of reservation which has been slowly but progressively hollowing the insides of our country. Raj has also announced to make a film through which he will try to explain and make people of our country realize the ill-effects and disadvantages of reservation. He is urging those who agree with him to mobilize and support him in his campaign against reservation. Raj says “Reservation is a poisonous problem which is necessary to be taken care of.” Come, let’s pledge, “Will make the country capable, its reins will be held by capable hands not by reserved hands.”



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Potential contestant of Big Boss 10, Raj Mahajan tore his heart open on ‘Reservation’
Potential contestant of Big Boss 10, Raj Mahajan tore his heart open on ‘Reservation’
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