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2592 Sun 15th & 2593 Mon 16 Apr 2018 LESSON The solution is that the 99.9% Sarvajan Samaj including SC/STs/OBCs/Religious Minorities and the poor Upper Castes to unite to return back to their original home Buddhism and bring back the Ballot Papers instaed of EVMs which has negated the Universal Adult Franchise and overthrow these 0.1% chitpavan brahmins to save deemocracy, eq1uality6, fraternity and Liberty as enshrined in the Marvellous Modern Constitution.
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2592 Sun 15th & 2593 Mon 16 Apr  2018 LESSON


The solution is that the 99.9% Sarvajan Samaj including
SC/STs/OBCs/Religious Minorities and the poor Upper Castes to unite to return back to their original home Buddhism and
bring back the Ballot Papers instaed of EVMs which has negated the
Universal Adult Franchise and overthrow these 0.1% chitpavan brahmins to
save deemocracy, eq1uality6, fraternity and Liberty as enshrined in the
Marvellous Modern Constitution.


http://velivada.com/2016/01/22 /more-than-100-forms-of-untouc hability-and-caste-discriminat ion/


SC/ST discrimination is not gently entombed in the past. In many parts
of India, people still follow caste taboos, and often violently. Just
last week, a mob of upper caste men in Gujarat hacked a young Scheuled
Caste to death for riding a horse — lower caste people aren’t supposed
to. One website that writes about SC/ST issues lists 116 forms of caste
segregation still practiced.

In many places, SC/ST school
children are forced to sit separately during lunchtime. And when it
rains, SC/STs are not supposed to use an umbrella in upper caste
neighborhoods. “Being a SC/ST in India is like being on the
battlefield,’’ said Dr.B.Karthik Navayan, a Dalit human rights activist.
“Everyday and every minute you will be reminded of your lower caste
position by language and actions and attacks.” Dr.Navayan said a
contentious ruling handed down by the Supreme Court last month was like
“rubbing salt in a wound.’’ …

Lower-Caste Fury Shakes India, and Hints at Fiery Election Ahead, By Jeffrey Gettleman and Suhasini Raj, April 6, 2018 https://mobile.nytimes.com/201 8/04/06/world/asia/india-dalit -protest.html#click=https://t. co/huVzuP01aW


Photo: A SC man was surrounded and struck by police officers on Monday
in Ahmadabad, India, during a nationwide strike.CreditAjit
Solanki/Associated Press

NEW DELHI — Hundreds of thousands of
India’s SC/STs — once known as Untouchables — skipped work and poured
into the streets this week, waving the dark blue flags of SC/ST
resistance.

The protesters were connected through WhatsApp groups
and fired up about a recent court ruling that many SC/STs felt eroded
some of their hard-fought gains. It soon turned ugly.

Young men
barricaded railroad tracks, burned buses and hurled bricks at police
officers. Caught off guard, the Indian authorities did what they often
do. They sent phalanxes of club-wielding officers charging into the
crowds. And in several states, they shut down the internet.

By
the time the SC/ST mutiny had been quelled, at least 11 people were dead
— most of them SC/STs. Dozens more were hurt, and hundreds were
arrested. The demonstrations showed two things. The SC/STs, at perhaps
250 million strong (almost 20 percent of India’s population) will be a
potent force in next year’s national elections. And their anger at
Murderer of democrstic institutions {Modi}, and his BJP (Brashatchar
Jiyadha Psychopaths) after gobbling the Master Key by tampering the
Fraud EVMs is growing.

In recent decades, India’s historically
disadvantaged SC/ST community has made impressive strides in terms of
economic prosperity. Just a generation ago, many people would move out
of the way to avoid touching a SC/ST. Some still do. But today there are
SC/ST millionaires.

Still, caste tensions lie just beneath the
surface. And the SC/STs’ anger at the Modi has been simmering. Though
Modi himself has been careful to court the SC/ST vote by supporting a
longstanding system of affirmative action for India’s lower castes,
officials in his party have questioned this. There have also been some
nasty crimes against SC/STs by just 0.1% intolerant, cunning crooked,
number one terrorists of the world, violent, militant, ever shooting,
lynching, lunatic, mentally retarded rapists outsiders paradesi Bene
Israeli chitpavan brahmins of RSS (Rowdy Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks of
stealth shadowy discriminatory hindutva cult fanatics; often the Modi’s
response has been less than outraged.

SC/ST discrimination is
not gently entombed in the past. In many parts of India, people still
follow caste taboos, and often violently. Just last week, a mob of upper
caste men in Gujarat hacked a young SC/ST to death for riding a horse —
lower caste people aren’t supposed to.

One website that writes
about SC/ST issues lists 116 forms of caste segregation still practiced.
In many places, SC/ST school children are forced to sit separately
during lunchtime. And when it rains, SC/STs are not supposed to use an
umbrella in upper caste neighborhoods. “Being a SC/ST in India is like
being on the battlefield,’’ said Dr. B. Karthik Navayan, a SC/ST human
rights activist. “Everyday and every minute you will be reminded of your
lower caste position by language and actions and attacks.”

Dr. Navayan said a contentious ruling handed down by the Supreme Court last month was like “rubbing salt in a wound.’’


The case centered on an upper caste state employee in Maharashtra (the
home state of Mumbai) who complained that he had been wrongly accused of
caste discrimination by a lower caste worker. There’s an Indian law
widely known as the Prevention of Atrocities Act that gives Dalits and
other historically disadvantaged groups special protections from
caste-based harassment or abuse.

India’s Supreme Court sided with
the upper caste employee and ruled that there must be more guidelines
in caste-based cases to protect the accused from being falsely
prosecuted.

The conviction rate in caste-based cases is already
paltry — about 25 percent, about half the overall conviction rate. That
doesn’t surprise most Indians. In more traditional rural areas where
SC/STs are still much poorer than the other castes and socially
ostracized, it’s very difficult for a SC/ST to buck social pressures and
pursue a charge against an upper-caste person.

And a surprising number of urban Indians admit they still adhere to caste taboos.


Lawyers said getting justice for SC/STs will now be even harder,
because the Supreme Court’s decision adds more layers of scrutiny.


The solution is that the 99.9% Sarvajan Samaj including
SC/STs/OBCs/Religious Minorities and the poor Upper Castes to unite and
bring back the Ballot Papers instaed of EVMs which has negated the
Universal Adult Franchise and overthrow these0.1% chitpavan brahmins to
save deemocracy, eq1uality6, fraternity and Liberty as enshrined in the
Marvellous Modern Constitution.


Dr.B.Karthik Navayan
http://karthiknavayan.wordpress.com/

Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe-Fury Shakes India, and Hints at Fiery Election Ahead


Image
A Scheduled ccaste man was surrounded and struck by police officers on Monday in Ahmadabad, India, during a nationwide strike.CreditAjit Solanki/Associated Press


Image
SC/ST protesters in Chandigarh on Monday. The blue flags are a traditional sign of SC/ST resistance.CreditAjay Verma/Reuters

More than 100 forms of Untouchability and Caste Discrimination

According to a study conducted by Sakshi- Human Rights Watch [1],
there are above 100 forms of untouchability and discrimination on SC-STs
is prevailing. These all are the gross violation of human rights and
also a violation of laws of the land.

  1. Segregation of drinking vessels the SC-STs are supposed to get their tumblers or bowls to relish the menu at these outlets.
  2.  In some instances, SC/STs are served in aluminum tumblers contrary to steel tumblers used for dominant caste groups.
  3. In case of common water, source SC/STs are not allowed to fetch
    water but dominant castes draw the water for the Dalits and pour into
    their pots. They have to wait until dominant caste people come and
    pleased to fetch the water for them.
  4. In certain cases, SC/STs and dominant castes stand in separate queues at different pulleys of the wells.
  5. SC/STs are not supposed to touch the pots of dominant castes.
  6.  SC/STs have to fetch water only after dominant castes draw water.
  7.  In most of the villages, separate wells and bore-wells persist for
    SC/STs and dominant caste. In case of acute shortage of water dominant
    castes can fetch water from the SC/ST water source. But on the contrary,
    if a similar situation arises for Dalits, they are denied. In case
    dominant castes want to fetch water from Dalits’ bore-well they
    primarily are supposed to clean the bore-well and its surroundings.
  8. In case of natural lakes, ponds, and tanks Dalits are supposed to
    fetch from the downstream where dominant castes do not approach.
  9. Pouring drinking water into the hands of SC-STs instead of giving it in a glass
  10. Dalits are not allowed to enter into their houses and they are
    compelled to stand far away from the houses of dominant castes. Dalits
    can only go to certain parts of their houses i.e. the outer extension of
    the house, outside the threshold but not the interior parts of their
    houses. In some cases, Dalits are allowed but they are asked to clean
    their feet and hands before they come into their houses. Dalits are
    sometimes allowed to enter to store their agricultural produce at the
    time of harvest
  11. On occasion of marriage or a function in dominant caste families,
    Dalits are not invited, in case invited they are supposed to dine after
    the dominant caste finish their turn. In certain cases, Dalits are
    supposed to get their plates and in certain instances, they are told to
    wash their plates after the dinner.
  12. Sometimes they are served with towels or they hold their upper
    garment. In most of the cases, Dalits are served at a distant place from
    the hostel premises.
  13. Segregation in seating – Dalit students have to sit separately that
    too at backside in the schools, Teachers abuse SC ST children by Caste
    Name and Not allowed to eat together with non-Dalit students, there will
    be segregation of Water facilities
  14. Discrimination between Dalit and non-Dalit teachers, Discrimination
    between Dalit students and non-Dalit teacher, Not admitting children in
    schools at Dalit at SCST villages
  15. Prohibit to wear clean/good clothes come to the vicinity of dominates castes
  16. Dalits are not allowed to sit in public places such as Racchabanda [2], bus stops. Or Dalit allowed to sit but at down level
  17. Dalits have to sit separately at some distance from other castes’ people.
  18. Dalits have to stand at these places with folded hands.
  19. Dalits are not allowed to walk with sandals in the vicinity of dominant castes.
  20. Not allowed to use an umbrella in dominant caste localities.
  21. Not allowed to ride cycles, rickshaws, in certain cases not allowed going even on bullock carts.
  22. If non-Dalits encounter Dalit women in the way, Dalit women are supposed to walk at a distance.
  23. Dalit women should wear their saree above the knees and cover their head whenever they find non-Dalits walking in the way.
  24. Dalit women are not allowed to wear blouses.
  25. Dalit women are not allowed to wear gold jewelry
  26. Forced drum beating for funerals and festivals/jataras
  27. Forced grave digging and Cremation
  28. Harbingers death news
  29. Chappal Making
  30. Removal of carcass
  31. Animal Sacrifice
  32. Dalits are supposed to sweep the whole village at the time of festivals and jataras.
  33. Manual Scavenging
  34. Standing up in respect to dominant castes and standing with folding hands
  35. Denial of laundry service
  36. Dalits themselves take their clothes to dhobi ghat (place of washing
    clothes) and wet their clothes at the lower level of the stream and
    wait till the dhobi washes.
  37. Even laundry shop owners deny ironing clothes of Dalits.
  38. They render service but they do not take grain as paid by the other non-Dalit communities
  39. Dalits are denied to provide hair cutting services
  40. In some cases, if a family member is providing hair cutting services
    to Dalits the same person is not supposed to provide to non-Dalits.
  41. Hair cutting saloons, a recent phenomenon in villages. If Dalits allowed into the shops but they use separate instruments.
  42. Dalits are allowed into shops but are denied the service at home as they do to dominant castes.
  43. The person who serves dominant castes is not allowed to serve to the
    Dalits but another person from the same family can provide service to
    the Dalits.
  44. In certain cases, they render service to Dalits in Dalit locality
    but they purify themselves immediately after coming back to their house.
  45. The tailor does not touch while taking measurements, take measurements from distance.
  46. Darning services are not extended to Dalits as they do for non-Dalits,
  47. When Dalit goes to a tailor he/she should take the measurements at home
  48. Prohibited to touch pot while purchasing and they take whatever the potter gives
  49. Denial of Carpenter Services
  50. Prohibited enter into the shops
  51. Allowed but should not touch anything
  52. Should stand in separate line not touching non-Dalits
  53. Not allowing to touch items and have to show with a small stick while purchasing
  54. Dalit can sell in the weekly market but they should only sell dry fish and fish.
  55.  Keeping money or items Dalits bought on floor
  56. Dalit should stand outside the shop and exchange takes place by throwing money and item.
  57.  Keeping separate tray for Dalit by which exchange takes place.
  58. In PDS Depots Dalit should stand outside the shop and exchange takes place by throwing money and item.
  59. Should stand carefully without touching the belongings of non-Dalits
  60. At any queue Separate timings for SC-STs
  61. Dealer does not touch Dalits while giving provisions
  62. Discrimination at Working in the fields – Standing outside the field
    until non-Dalits finishes ritual performance at the beginning of the
    agricultural activity.
  63. Entering into the fields only after non-Dalits
  64. Not allowed to take water from wells and pots
  65. Dalits have to bring drinking water to the working place.
  66. Need to keep their lunch boxes separately
  67. Need to sit separately while taking lunch
  68. Should not touch the vessels if the non-Dalit employer provides lunch
  69. Lease rates and conditions differ for Dalit tenants and dominant castes
  70. Discrimination in Payment of wages – No Physical contact, Keeping money on the floor, throwing into hands
  71. When Dalits invite non-Dalit for some celebrations, they just come
    but don’t eat the food prepared by the Dalit but hire a man from their
    community and makes him cook separately for them.
  72. Non-Dalits never attend the functions or any kind of celebrations in
    the Dalit families but their quota of food should be ordered directly
    from the shop without getting into physical contact with Dalits.
  73.  Food for Dalits is served in leaves but for non-Dalits in plates.

74. Buying Stamps and other things in the post office,
 Discrimination in delivering of letters by the postman and  Late
delivery of letters-  Delivering letters through other Dalits without
visiting SC ST villages

75. Discrimination in Heath services (Private and Public) – Denial of entry into health centers

76. Separate line for Dalits in health centers

77. Avoiding physical touch in checkups and prescribing medicines

78.Heath workers do not visit Dalit SC ST villages

79. Asking Dalits to come to the main village for treatment

80. Denial of selling products – Sale of milk by SC-STs

81.Discrimination in Public Transport Services – Dalit have to enter into buses after the dominant Castes.

82.Dalits have to sit on backside seats in the buses.

83.Dalits are not allowed to sit beside the dominant castes’ people.

84.Dalits have to offer seats to dominant caste people even though entered late.

85.Electoral and Political Discrimination Denial of entry into polling booths

86.Segregation of seats in the village council

87.Preventing exercise of the franchise

88.Forced to vote for their candidates

89.Separate queues at polling booths

90.Permitted to Vote only after dominant castes

91.Dalit sarpanch will not be given Panchaayat records

92.Ward members, sarpanch to stand in front of non-Dalit ward members

93. Dalits should not hoist party flags of their choice

94.Religious and Cultural Discrimination – Denial of entry into temples.

95.Denial of sitting before temples.

96.Confined to drum beating during festival and jataras (traditional
festivals to please deities), and act as harbingers of information
pertaining to religious get-togethers.

97.Religious processions of upper caste deities will not enter Dalits localities

98.Dalits deities processions should not enter non-Dalit localities

99.Dalits denied offering performing pooja and breaking of coconut

100.Brahmins deny performing marriage rituals, naming ceremonies, death rituals, housewarming, etc.,

101.Dalit men will not be entertained by non-Dalit jogins [3]

102.Dalit jogins cannot bargain for services and cannot deny services to any upper castes

103.Dalits cannot bury their dead in the village burial ground

104.Dalits are not to take marriage processions in the vicinity of
dominant castes. In some case, Dalits are allowed but should not beat
drums.

105.In certain villages, Dalits are allowed but bride and groom should be on foot in dominant castes’ vicinity.

106.Untouchability in Marriages of the Dalits – Blessings – compulsion Collection of Nuptial Knot (Mangalsuthra or Thaali)

107.Funeral Procession: Dalits are not supposed to take funeral procession through the dominant caste dwelling areas.

108.Sitting arrangements in the Women’sself-helpp group meetings- Segregation of seating arrangements in SHG meetings

109. Prohibit to organize meetings in SC ST Villages

110.Separate groups, upper caste members will not join Dalit groups-Dalits not allowed to join upper caste groups

111.Discrimination in Irrigation facilities to SC STs –  Prohibit to
irrigate lands before other castes, Need to take permission from other
caste

112.Separate seating arrangements in Government tailoring centre

113. Dalit daya[4] allowed entry into the house but will not be allowed to take bath after labour service while non-Dalit daya can take bath.

114.Dalit daya is supposed to sit outside with curtains around and help in delivery

115.Non-Dalit daya-if she serves labour service to the Dalit, she will not take bath and not take the saree they offer.

116.Non-Dalit daya will not bathe the baby

 


[1] Dr. Prasad Sirivella, Study on Untouchability in Andhra Pradesh, Sakshi Human Rights Watch, Andhra Pradesh, 2002, viewed on 1st may 2013 athttp://annihilatecaste.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Prevailing-forms-of-Untouchability-Practices.pdf

[2] Traditional meeting place in the Telangana villages to resolve the disputes in the village by the land lords

[3] In Hinduism, a devadasi (Sanskrit: servant of deva or devi (god))
is a girl “married” to a deity and dedicated to worship and service of
the deity or a temple for the rest of her life it resulted as
prostitution

[4] Traditional child birth experts in Telangana region



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