Largely under Marxist
influence there has been an attempt to divide Indian society into warring castes, classes
and special religious interests. Under the guise of removing the evils of caste the
government has actually emphasized caste by making caste the primary, if not the sole
basis of social advancement in what is probably the most extreme quota and jobs
reservation system in the world.
Under the guise of removing caste so-called lower castes are given jobs or even granted
degrees based upon caste alone without corresponding merit. This creates people who think
that they are entitled to a job by caste alone, which causes a decline in ability in all
fields. The main problems of the country, which are poverty and lack of education, are not
dealt with, but rather one section of the society is turned against another.
Instead of advancement of the entire society, a policy of retribution has been created
that keeps the different groups pulling each other down.