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Backward Classes and Reservations

R Vidyasagar V Suresh The reservation policy has been evolved primarily to contain the rising aspirations and consequent unrest among the deprived classes. It only co-opts the propertied classes of the backward communities for legitimising the political system and preventing challenges to the existing economic structure.

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