The caste-based discrimination,
Warranted by caste-based reservation,
In the Indian nation;
It brings people on the roads so often,
Their feelings refuse to soften,
With blood of men, roads soon glisten;
Few wanting newer reservation,
Some wanting more reservation,
None thinking about deservation;
They all cry reservation aloud,
Getting alms, they feel proud,
Disaster is hidden in a shroud;
Politicians cash in on the issue,
If you're needy, they won't miss you,
Arrange your own teary tissue;
The caste politics they're playing,
Truly careless they're behaving,
Threats they're manufacturing;
Caste-based reservation is like a fire,
These crutches will take none higher,
Remember, remember this lone flyer.
The world needs to worry about the Indian caste-based reservation system, which instead of banishing the misinterpreted Varṇ Vyavastha, further making the caste lines more pronounced.
Read my novel that critiques the Indian system.
My novel is a love story of how a young man protects his fiance and fights with death once again on the flight to Hamburg as (currently only fictional) terrorists attempt to hijack it.
In the novel, "7 Seconds: A Typical Guy, Atypical Life" by Atul Kaushal, 7 July 2017 is the date that Akshant Kautilya takes the flight from New Delhi to Hamburg and is engaged in a struggle against the hijackers who demand repealing of the Indian caste-based reservation system.
If you prefer reading the hard-copy version then you can now read my novel in its hard-copy version apart from its eBook version.
My HP Poem #1760