‘India is Threatened by Brahminism, Not Muslims’ says Bhim Army Chief

Update: Reports coming in that the UP government plans to use NSA against Chandrashekhar. Should be condemned and opposed by all concerned.

Even as the embers of the recent fires continue to smolder in Saharanpur, ‘Dalit-Thakur’ clashes have been reported just now from Sardana. Ravi Das statues have apparently been desecrated in many places in Western UP, according to preliminary reports from senior journalist Radhika Ramaseshan. In that context, we are Chalchitra Abhiyaan the organization of Dalits that is in the eye of the storm, fighting back – the Bhim Army. Vilified by the local media for fighting back, Nakul Sigh Sawhney and the Abhiyaan have recirculated their video interview of Advocate Chandrashekhar, taken a few weeks back. Chandrashekhar is the founder of Bhim Army. Here is the video:

2 thoughts on “‘India is Threatened by Brahminism, Not Muslims’ says Bhim Army Chief

  1. K SHESHU BABU

    The threat of brahminism is not only spreading but it is being implemented with violence and force. Those who do not adhere to the ruling party and the code of manu are being harassed or humiliated in one form or the other. On another level, some dalits and muslim personalities are being appropriated to project that ‘ brahminism’ can encompass evrry sect and religion. Some present politicians of dalit and Muslim community too are supporting the tenets of ‘ brahminism’. This is a clever ploy of brahmins and upper castes to co- opt backward and lower sections and yet retain all the characters of manu code and brahminism. This has been practiced for years.
    Dalits, Muslims and backward classes should be alert at this complex situation. The co- opted politicians play a crucial role in splitting dalits and muslims by consistent rhetoric of praising brahmin culture integrating with muslim and dalit culture. Dalit and rights activists should untangle the true nature of the propaganda by countering vehemently

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