49% of children out of school are SC/STs and 25% are Muslims.
It is really shameful that even after the laws such as Right to Education, nothing has changed for Dalits.
Why Governments are not implementing Right to Education properly? Instead of playing the blame game and blaming the previous government for not doing this that, authorities must take urgent steps to not only to enroll poor children in schools, but also ensure that they continue to attend classes so that the country will have a brighter future.
School dropouts are mainly because of the inhumane attitude & discrimination of Dalit students by the upper caste teachers. Poor students are unwilling to attend the schools to avoid humiliation as they’re not left with any options Some students (mostly lower castes) are forced to clean toilets & cooking utensils & aren’t allowed to sit in the front row. It’s happening everywhere, I’ve seen it in the documentary India Untouched, the most comprehensive study on the untouchables in India.
Stop worshiping cows, cows were never sacred. Brahmins used to eat cows. No matter you how much you try to please these Brahmins they will still treat you untouchable. So, why follow Brahminism? Why visit the Hindu temples? Why donate at Hindu temples and when we know the same money is used against us? Boycott Hindu temples and don’t donate there.
ईमानदार अरविंद केजरीवाल ने 25 लाख दिली के दलित लोगो के विकास के लिए बजट में दिए 805 crore. मतलब 30000 रुपए एक दलित के उदार के लिए ओर अपने इमेज को बचाने ओर विज्ञापन के लिए Rs 526 Crore खर्च कर रहा है ईमानदार अरविंद केजरीवाल.
इस से पहले भी दलित विरोधी काम करते रहा है अरविंद केजरीवाल. जैसे की आरक्षण के विरुढ़ बोलना. अब भी टाइम है दलित साथियो ऐसे लोगो पर विश्वास करना बंद करो ओर बाबा साहेब अंबेडकर के दिखाए रास्ते पर चलो.
यही है आम आदमी पार्टी का असली चेहरा, जो दलित लोगो के खिलाफ काम कर रहे है.
Protest against Aam Aadmi Party and Fraudster Arvind Kejriwal for stealing money from Dalits’ budget.
Ans: In case a person, not being a member of a Scheduled Caste or a Scheduled Tribe, forces a member of SC/ST
to drink or eat any inedible or obnoxious substance;
to cause injury, insult or annoyance by dumping excreta, waste matter, carcasses or any other obnoxious substance in his premises or neighbourhood;
forcibly removes clothes or parades him naked or with painted face or body or commits any similar act which is derogatory to human dignity;
wrongfully occupies or cultivates any land owned by, or allotted to, or notified by any competent authority to be allotted to him transferred;
wrongfully dispossesses from his land or premises or interferes with the enjoyment of his rights over any land, premises or water;
compels or entices to do “begar” or other similar forms of forced or bonded labour other than any compulsory service for public purposes imposed by Government;
forces or intimidates not to vote or to vote a particular candidate or to vote in a manner other than that provided by law;
institutes false, malicious or vexatious suit or criminal or other legal proceedings;
gives any false or frivolous information to any public servant and thereby causes such as public servant to use his lawful power to the injury or annoyance;
intentionally insults or intimidates with intent to humiliate any place with in public view;
assaults or uses force to any woman with intent to dishonour or outrage her modesty;
being in a position to dominate the will of a woman and uses that position to exploit her sexually to which she would not have otherwise agreed;
corrupts or fouls the water of any spring, reservoir or any other source ordinarily used so as to render it less fit for the purpose for which it is ordinarily used ;
denies any customary right of passage to place of public resort or obstructs such member so as to prevent him from using or having access to a place of public resort to which other members of public or any section thereof have a right to use or access to;
forces or causes to leave his house, village or other place of residence.
What is the maximum punishment provided for commission of such offences under the act?
Ans: The offenders of such offences shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which shall not be less than six months but which may extend to five years and with fine.
What relief is provided to a SC/ST person affected by atrocities?
Ans: Relief is provided as under
Murder of earning member- Rs. 2 lakhs
Murder of non – earning member – Rs. 1 lakhs
100% incapacitation – Rs.1 lakh
Sexual exploitation of a woman – Rs.50,000/-
India is a home of inequality. Hindu society is just like a tower which had several storeys without a ladder or an entrance. One was to die in the storey in which one is born. Hindu society consisted of three parts : the Brahmins, the non-Brahmins and the untouchables. He pitied the souls of those person who said that according to their philosophy there existed God in animals as well as in animate things and yet treated their co-religionist as Untouchables ! He lamented that not the spread of knowledge and literacy but accumulation and monopoly was the aim of the Brahmins. In his view the backwardness of the non-Brahmins was due to lack of education and power. In order to slave the Depressed Classes from perpetual slavery, poverty and ignorance, herculean efforts must be made, he asserted , to awaken them to their disabilities. – Dr. Ambedkar
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Untouchbility has ruined the untouchables, the Hindus and ultimately the nation as well. If the depressed classes gained their self-respect and freedom they would contribute not only to their progress and prosperity but also by their industry, intellect and courage would contribute also to the strength and prosperity of the nation. If the tremendous energy the untouchables are at present required to fritter away in combating the stigma of untouchability had been saved them, it would have been applied by them to the promotion of education and development of economic resources of the nation as a whole. They would not have been required to embrace another religion for getting themselves called human being. — Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar
Krishna Rout won the Gold medal in 1987 and Silver medal in 1992 at National Boxing Championship but from last 15 years he is working as temporary worker, sweeper, and cleaning open drains of Howrah Municipal Corporation.
It’s possible only India that we ignore our heroes and treat them badly. When brahmins take about merit, all this shows how much we ‘care’ and respect merit. A national medalist boxer is languishing in Howrah municipal corporation working as a sweeper and working as spraying disinfectants in drains. Can we believe it? If this is how our government and official respect our merit, we can understand where is India heading for and where will be talent? It is shameful but reality that lower castes are treated worse and upper castes enjoy the benefits of everything.
“It is difficult to run a family of six including a brother suffering from tuberculosis with the paltry sum of Rs 232 a day,” said Rout. [Source – Indian Express]
Is this how we treat our national champions? Boxing is one of the toughest games in the world and boxers suffers a lot. This is not only story of Krishna Rout, almost all players other than cricket suffer the same end in India. Why only cricket is given preference in India and all the money is spent on cricket? Cricket is the game of the upper castes, mainly brahmins and have been dominated by brahmins only. Further, cricket is the one of the laziest games in the world and brahmins are expert in being lazy!
We demand proper job and reward be given to National champion!
At the 29th session of the UN Human Rights Council, IDSN, with a number of sponsors, held a parallel event on “Caste and gender-based forced and bonded labour” The event included a keynote video address by the UN Special Rapporteur on Contemporary forms of Slavery, Ms. Urmila Bhoola and allowed for a constructive dialogue as well as a sharing of information and recommendations between UN agencies, civil society and States. (Source IDSN)
“Caste-based discrimination is globally the most neglected form of discrimination, which seems to be accepted by countries and the UN through a lenient approach of cultural relativism instead of a firm stand against a most devious way of discrimination.” Coen Kompier, Senior Specialist, ILO
“Successful fight against stigmatisation and deeply entrenched discrimination necessitates the involvement of all, which is only possible by means of broad awareness raising, increased social consciousness and denouncing of continued discrimination based on caste, gender and other factors that undermine human dignity and violate human rights. Events such as this one are an important part of it.” Urmila Bhoola, UN Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of slavery