Remedial measures for abolishing inequality and discrimination:
We can eliminate the inequality and discrimination in Indian society by following:
  1. Basic services like healthcare and education must be accessible by everyone.
  2. Be aware of current gender bias.
  3. Gender disparity can be eradicated by making women more visible in public life and institution.
  4. Be open to learning about other religions.
  5. Promoting community dining in the classroom may help students sit together without any bias of caste, religion, or gender.
  6. Socialise with people of all types outside home, offices.
  7. Effective implementation of laws.
Constitution of India and Equality:
A Constitution is a set of rules and regulations guiding the administration of a country.
Article 14 of India's Constitution provides equality before the law or equal protection within the territory of India and prohibits unreasonable discrimination between persons.
India is a land of diversity, so our Constitution ensures equality for all. To ensure equality in society, we need to ensure two things: respecting diversity and ensuring freedom. The different kinds of freedom are
  • Freedom to follow their religion,
  • Freedom to speak their language
  • Freedom to celebrate their festivals
  • Freedom to express their views freely.
The Constitution is a legal framework of rules and regulations by which a nation would function.
Equality can be achieved only when untouchability is seen as a crime. According to Indian Constitution,
Article 17 -  Untouchability is abolished, and its any form is forbidden.
Indian Constitution prohibits untouchability and discrimination in all forms; yet, women, peasants, tribes and people from lower social classes are still striving for equality in India.