Apart from the affirmative action of reservations in jobs and educational institutions, prohibition of discrimination based on religion, race, cast, gender, place of birth (doesn't work practically but that's the prescribed norm), criminalisation of discrimination such as untouchability etc., what else constitute social justice?
Economic growth and through trickle down effect or rights based approach, and redistribution across regions and classes economic justice is ensured. Isn't then economic justice a sub-set of social justice?
Politics gives voice to the society, so political and electoral reforms are also a part of social justice?
Then what is it which is not social justice, and what is social justice?