Equality Is A Myth
We all talk about equality but we don't talk about how to implement it in
society. because we don't want equal opportunity for everyone. it's human nature
to have a good position for ourselves and downgrade other people. Because we
feel good when someone is not equal as we are. We all want supremacy and
Equality has a very deep meaning. you have to understand from a different
perspective or view of people Equality means getting an equal opportunity in
every domain like jobs, education, society, etc. From Mahabharat to the present
time all the conflict is happening because of not getting equality in the
society at large, society divide people on their religion, race, caste, sex or
place of birth, etc.
:Article 14 of Indian constitution talk about equality before the law the state
shall not deny to any person equality before the law or the equal protection of
the laws within the territory of India Prohibition of discrimination on grounds
of religion, race, caste, sex, place of birth:. but article 14 only works for
the middle or poor class of people. but when we talk about high or rich-class
people they easily manipulate the law because they have the power of money . as
we have seen in the Aryan khan drug case where he was treated in the custody
like a king. After all, he belongs to well know family.
He got the best facilities as possible in the custody, if any common man
involves in these types of cases then I don't think so he also gets that type of
facility. sex(gender) discrimination especially for girls. India is a great
example of :equality is a myth:. The gender gap or sex ratio is a rising problem
in the Indian population. Because people think that they have to spend a lot of
money on girl education and dowry and one day girl left behind their parents. In
a well-developed society, people need equal rights in every field.
Why I am saying that :equality is a myth: is because in the name of equality we
get only discrimination and hatred. There are a lot of differences between
people based on caste, sex, religion, and we have to overcome inequality in
society by providing better policies, laws, social services.
We need a proper system to provide for the basic needs of people in rural areas.
Gender equality is achieved by empowering women, telling their rights, providing
freedom. India is a developing country and if we want India to become developed
then we need gender equality in society. Economic status is also the main cause
of inequality in society, it divides people into the rich, middle, and poor
In closing with I want to say that equality is a myth because in the
present time people who belong from lower society don't get a chance to compete
with a higher class of people.
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