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‘Minimum government maximum governance’ is defrauding Dalitbahujan youth

In the run-up to the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, Narendra Modi promised “minimum government, maximum governance” if voted to power. Now, the government itself has created an environment in which the basic provisions of the Constitution are being undermined, says Shyam Rajak

The union government is recruiting officers to senior posts through the backdoor or “lateral entry”, as it is known. They are being appointed without having to sit for any any competitive exam, thus defrauding the talented, competent Dalit, Adivasi and OBC youth. This is a conspiracy to reintroduce the Manuvadi social order.

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Shyam Rajak

Shyam Rajak is a former minister of Bihar

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