Problem is Legislators both at states as also at Parliament are having short term perceptions but clearly ignore the peoples' problems, that can be a pointer in Art 226 PIL writs THAT CAN BE FILED.
See in 1802-03 the Attorney general in US to president Washington and then to John Adams Mr Lee argued in Stuart v Laird, against the repeal Act of Circuit court Act, that if SC judges do take circuit rides to sit on circuit benches which are essentially Original side benches and very same justices sit on SC on Appellate side naturally they would uphold their own opinion at circuit at SC, and that would violate the right of litigants' constitutionality of better opinions/verdicts.
so it is vital jibs reservations apart, peoples fundamental rights are the basic tenet of the indian constitution that can never be changed, after all every constitution is founded on a clear contractual understanding with then people irrespective of caste and other variables with constitution assembly but how a parliament run by a government with various divisive approaches can harm the fundamental rights of the citizens as there is only one citizenship in India like Indian citizenship, can be another argument you can put in your PIL;
Again appointing administrative tribunals members from departments is allowing them to sit on tribunals on issues of their own departments instead of asking the member from same department even though reappointed as Member on tribunal to recuse himself from the bench when his erstwhile department cases surface and naturally there would be tendency for any human being to be biased in favor of his past department instead of public litigant who seeks his fundamental right to be protected impartially could be another argument, as here people affected are eve n general category [people too!
like wise PIL could proceed!