Gujarat Class 9 Answered
Political equality ensures that people have the right to vote and they are granted all rights irrespective of their caste, class or sect. Economic equality takes place when people have purchasing power to use all basic amenities in life. Social equality refers to a condition in which people are not discriminated on the basis of caste, class or gender. If people are not able to earn two times meals for their families and live in abject poverty, then to them the right to vote to an extent becomes immaterial. Similarly, if people are ill-treated because of their inferior caste or class status, even then political equality becomes irrelevant to them.In order to enable people to enjoy political equality, it is first important to provide them with social and economic equality.