Reservation on economic basis in India and its impact on inclusive society

Through principle of precedent and influence of obiters, Supreme Court decisions on reservation have become alienated from historical struggles of depressed classes. The original intent of building inclusive society through reservation is making way for populist demand for reservation on economic basis.
Two new developments on this issue have taken place since 2018. Firstly, the Supreme Court decided in Jarnail Singh (2018) that ‘creamy layer’ applies to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes as well. Secondly, a constitution amendment in January 2019 inserted reservation for economically weaker sections other than SCs, STs and OBCs, on the basis of family income. These are instances where depressed classes are identified primarily on economic basis both by the judiciary and legislature.
The research intends to explore whether the judiciary with support from the legislators, is re-writing jurisprudence of Articles 15 and 16 contrary to original intent, in the name of interpretation?