Problem: Government Fails To Deliver. Solution: Reservation In Bureaucracy To Be Removed.

In Bharat, leadership of all kinds of governments announce huge schemes, some of them real good. Unfortunately, most of the schemes fail miserably to reach to the people who require them the most, one can still see healthcare, education or most of the other public services in a shoddy state.

Certainly, people who build these systems or processes are not the political leaders, they are bureaucrats. That is the reason I feel the way bureaucracy is recruited or appointed needs to be changed. I am surprised that political leaders so far have not realized that most of their electoral promises either get fulfilled or not get fulfilled depending on how efficient or inefficient bureaucrats work. And if they have realized, they have not changed the way bureaucrats are recruited.

Currently, most of the organizations or departments in the government have reservations based on the caste. Then there are reservations for relatives of people who died on-duty.

I really hope one day there will be no reservations in bureaucracy and only on the basis of merits bureaucrats are recruited. Government departments should be seen as an organization that provides services to its customers who are public. If they do not serve well, customers will make sure that they change the service provider by voting for opposition.


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