Get Clicked With Dead Animals for Wards’ Scholarship, Dalits told

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The chief architect of Indian constitution Dr. B. R. Ambedkar had declared in 1948 ‘democracy in India is a top-dressing on an Indian soil, which is essentially undemocratic.’ How true this is, even after sixty years of Indian democracy! Why have all the legal provisions, and valiant struggles of dalits to emancipate themselves failed to annihilate Caste system? As the ruling elites of India celebrate their arrival on the world scene, these are the skeletons in the cupboards of their rule they are most ashamed to admit. 

Madhya Pradesh, ruled by Shiv Raj Singh Chauhan of the Bhartiya Janata Party, records highest number of atrocities on Scheduled Tribes and ranks second when the question of atrocities against Scheduled Castes are concerned.
With officers like D K Dubey – who have no qualms in insulting dalits – for their ‘personal satisfaction’ still enjoying confidence of the powers that be one can easily understand why the state has consistently maintained top position in case of atrocities on the marginalised are concerned.

Shame on you Mr Dubey.

3 thoughts on “Get Clicked With Dead Animals for Wards’ Scholarship, Dalits told”

  1. Aren’t we ashamed of constantly calling ourselves the world’s largest democracy? Don’t we know what a being a real democracy would entail? Not merely voting rights at 18… I mean the history of the Dalit struggle in India is as old as the country itself! Shame on us, really…
    I recommend we read Sudha Pai’s very recent work which is a short introduction to the post-colonial Dalit upsurge called Dalit Assertion (OUP, 2013).

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  2. Hi Swati ,120 million dalits require separate sttlement away from barbaric hindus.India is being ruled by hindus and supreme court where all judges are hindus with big tilak on there forehead.Dalits need a god Father means Pakistan who can protect the dalits in India .

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