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Crimes Against Dalit or Caste - Keeping track

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2 hours ago, ash said:

Lol. If you feel that Muslims hate Hindus of all castes equally, go ahead and create a new thread. In fact there are already many threads on this discussing the Hindu hatred.

 

This thread is about Dalits. If you are trying to project that Muslims hate Dalits more, then the obvious question is why? 


Reminds of me first time in TN. I never realized my caste till I went to TN. It is rooted in caste mindset especially when you have a differing viewpoint. 
 

So apparently UC hindoos have the leverage to indoctrinate muslims in madrassas about lower caste. 

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5 hours ago, ravishingravi said:


Reminds of me first time in TN. I never realized my caste till I went to TN. It is rooted in caste mindset especially when you have a differing viewpoint. 
 

So apparently UC hindoos have the leverage to indoctrinate muslims in madrassas about lower caste. 

Lol. nice try genius. As if Bringing TN is going to rile me up. TN is also filled with casteiests. I will post more articles about the gounders, vanniyars and devars. Every state is filled with caste morons, it is a disease throughout the country.

 

And your second "joke",  the values are carried over even after converting, caste is a cancer in the society. That is why Christians carry caste even after converting. Again logic will fly over your brain, needs common sense to understand

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On 3/23/2021 at 8:39 PM, ash said:

Dei unkita evlo thadava solireken enaku Hindi mayiru theriyathu nu. Summa summa thookinu vanthurviye. Vadakan Ku oru mayirum puriytha?

I can't understand Tamil bro....but I want to say this to that loser in Kannada....."Yaako boli magne...bevasrsee kamangi, neenu nann shaata samana nu illa" :phehe:

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Doctor Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, among the greatest leaders of modern India, is revered as the chief architect of the Indian Constitution, which guarantees equality and protection against exploitation for every Indian citizen. The tragic reality though is that a T-shirt with Ambedkar’s face on it as an assertion of a Dalit identity and quest for social equality provoked the wrath of a caste Hindu police man on a young Dalit engineer in Tamil Nadu. 20-year-old Gauthamapriyan belongs to the Tokkavadi village near Chengam town in Tamil Nadu’s northern Tiruvannamalai district. Polarization on caste lines is a strong social feature of this area which has had powerful influence of caste based political outfits and parties. Gauthamapriyan’s family has struggled through social structures to embrace progress through the power of education. His father Arumugam is a fitness teacher at a Government aided school and had ensured that Gauthamapriyan received the best of education and emerged a successful engineer. Unfortunately, being educated did not save Gauthamapriyan from being a victim of caste hate and feudal mind set. All he did was talk to a caste Hindu girl in public and once that caught the attention of Eeswaran, a policeman from the girl’s caste, the boy was subject to public humiliation, physical and verbal abuse. On 31st March 2020 at around 4.00 pm Gauthamapriyan dropped his sister at their uncle’s home and was returning on a motorcycle. On his way he noticed Ramya, a friend of his, waiting for a bus at a stop near the village of Pudupalayam. Ramya belongs to a dominant caste Hindu community, but them being friends, Gauthamapriyan stopped to talk to her. Suddenly, Eeswaran, a local policeman from the same caste as Ramya, arrived at the scene and began questioning the boy. He was in plain clothes and not in uniform. Enraged to see that the girl was jovially talking to the boy, Eeswaran demanded to know where Gauthamapriyan was from and began a rude interrogation. To the eyes of a policeman it must have been obvious, from the T-shirt, that Gauthamapriyan was Dalit. In these parts of Tamil Nadu, irrespective of education or f inancial standing, a Dalit boy having even a friendly conversation with a caste Hindu girl can have violent reprisal. The policeman turned aggressive and asked Gauthamapriyan, “Who are you to talk casually with our caste girl?” and the perplexed boy answered calmly that he knew the girl and he hails from Tokkavadi colony (a known area where Dalits reside). Eeswran began getting more aggressive and abusive. “How dare you talk to my caste girl, you son of a pariah bitch,” he shouted and dragged Gauthamapriyan by his T-Shirt, the one featuring the face of Dr Ambedkar. 

 

As the public gathered, the policeman slapped and kicked the young boy mercilessly. A crowd of around 80 people stood as mute witnesses as the policeman flogged the boy with a wire cable. The entire incident was caught on a cell phone camera by a 7th standard boy who had gathered with the crowd. Even the presence of cameras and witnesses did not deter the caste animosity of the law enforcer and the physical and verbal abuse of Gauthamapriyan went uninterrupted. Pictures of a desperate Gauthamapriyan pleading for mercy and made to kneel on the ground are irrefutable evidence of the atrocity. It shook the faith of the boy’s family in the system and their belief that education would emancipate them from social torture.

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