Sunday, April 30, 2006

Why not politicians treated by SC/ST/OBC doctors?

VP Singh went abroad for treatment. All politicians go outside India or cal foreign doctors and the best Indian docs when they are sick. But why all these politicians who advocate quota in medical and engineering and every other stream, fall ill, they demand that the best doctors should treat them.
Across the political spectrum all parties and their leaders have used quotas for their own ends at one time or the other and keep supporting it. They fly abroad and go for docs who come up ON MERIT. Why no body, no channel asks them why they don't let mediocre docs and docs of SC/ST/OBC quota come to treat them. I am certainly not too much against this quota system as it probably helps many people to an extent. Though there are many angles we all know.
But the shrill voice of all parties that are in favour of reservation on the basis of caste really pisses me off. If they feel so strongly about it then should face it. Why they don't apply all this to themselves. Shouldn't the Barkhas, Rajdeeps, Dibangs ask these harsh questions to these leaders?

5 comments:

electronicmedia said...

The question must be asked that why reservation is a political gimmick, why the social and economical aspects are not in the debate.The television news channnels repaeat the same fact that reservation is an political issue not an tangle.The distorted chemistry it created in the mass and the ruler is the proof.

Anonymous said...

But, Mahajan has surely been treated by docs from the Muslim and Christian communities. Yes, the very communities he had the pleasure of badmouthing all these years.

Anonymous said...

What about all the blood that was pumped into Mahajan? Did they make sure there were no minority community's blood?

Anonymous said...

ha ha...your comment that politicians run abroad for treatment shows how "merit" works in this country. all your meritorious thread wearing doctors are also not meritorious? we need the stamp of the white god for "true treatment?"

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