Where is the equality?We speak a lot about our rights and if there is any incident we try to prove in which section of our constitution has a mention of such rights. Some of the well-known rights which politicians and people in general talk about at random are Right to life, Right to education, gender equality, freedom of speech, etc. If a right is violated anyone can go to the courts for redressal. Our constitution guarantees that everyone is entitled to their rights and there is no place for bias. We all talk about equality. I am sure when we talk about equality we mean equal rights to every citizen of India. While there is right to life for everybody, to maintain life one needs a few things for survival. Food is required and to purchase food one requires money. While a government employee receives all kinds of benefits like pension and medical insurance after their retirement, those who are in private service do not have such benefits if they cannot save a lot of money during their period of service. Even then also they need to pay for their health insurances on a regular basis. While a government employee enjoys all the benefits, the others suffer because of the lack of facilities and it will be even futile to mention the sufferings of poor and downtrodden.
When the constitution guarantees so many rights to the citizens of the country, who is responsible to uphold those rights? I am sure the reply will be the government and yes the government is looking after the rights of people who served for the government only and not others. Then where is the equality?