Q1: What is the significance of the Bihar Jaati Adharit Ganana (caste-based survey)?
A: It provides accurate data on caste distribution and socio-economic status, aiding evidence-based policymaking and targeted interventions.
Q2: How does accurate caste-based data benefit social justice efforts?
A: It helps in designing effective welfare programs, tracking progress, ensuring fair representation, promoting transparency, and preventing misuse of caste certificates.
Q3: Why is a caste-based census controversial?
A: Some argue it could deepen caste divisions, while others see it as a way to address historical injustices and promote social justice.
Q4: Why is government intervention needed to address caste discrimination?
A: Historical injustice, constitutional mandates, human rights violations, social cohesion, economic development, education, employment, political representation, awareness, legal framework, and social sensitivity all require government intervention to combat caste discrimination.
Q5: What's the ultimate goal of government intervention in addressing caste discrimination?
A: It aims to rectify historical injustices, uphold principles of equality, justice, and human rights, and promote social harmony and inclusivity for all citizens, regardless of caste or social background