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2492 Fri 5 Jan 2018 LESSON http://www.firstpost.com/…/maharashtra-bandh-br-ambedkars-g… On Monday, violence broke out at an event in Pune organised to mark the 200th anniversary of the Bhima-Koregaon battle, and at the time of writing, its repercussions are still being felt across Maharashtra. And now, it transpires that the leader of the Bhariapa Bahujan Mahasangh (BBM), Prakash Ambedkar’s son Sujat, was given a heads-up about impending unrest that was going to be caused by two ‘right-wing groups’ from a friend, activist Malhar Takle on Saturday. The1% intolerant, cunning, crooked, number one terrorists of the world violent,militant, shooting, lynching, lunatic, mentally retarded, cannibal chitpavan brahmins of RSS (Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks) of BJP (Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths) are now scared of the 99% Sarva Samaj because the Murderer of democratic institutions ((Modi) gobbled the Master Key by tampering the fraud EVMs. Now the whole world is awakened after MsMayawati the suprtemo of BSP and four times Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh exposed the fraud EVMs and challenged Modi to dissolve the Central and all the state governments and go for fresh polls with ballot papers.
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2492 Fri 5  Jan 2018 LESSON
 http://www.firstpost.com/…/maharashtra-bandh-br-ambedkars-g…   On Monday, violence broke out at an event in Pune organised to mark the 200th anniversary of the Bhima-Koregaon battle, and at the time of writing, its repercussions are still being felt across Maharashtra. And now, it transpires that the leader of the Bhariapa Bahujan Mahasangh (BBM), Prakash Ambedkar’s son Sujat, was given a heads-up about impending unrest that was going to be caused by two ‘right-wing groups’ from a friend, activist Malhar Takle on Saturday.  The1% intolerant, cunning, crooked, number one terrorists of the world violent,militant, shooting, lynching, lunatic, mentally retarded, cannibal chitpavan brahmins of RSS (Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks) of BJP (Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths) are now scared of the 99% Sarva Samaj because the Murderer of democratic institutions ((Modi) gobbled the Master Key by tampering the fraud EVMs. Now the whole world is awakened after MsMayawati the suprtemo of BSP and four times Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh exposed the fraud EVMs and challenged Modi to dissolve the Central and all the state governments and go for fresh polls with ballot papers
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http://www.firstpost.com/…/maharashtra-bandh-br-ambedkars-g…


On Monday, violence broke out at an event in
Pune organised to mark the 200th anniversary of the Bhima-Koregaon
battle, and at the time of writing, its repercussions are still being
felt across Maharashtra. And now, it transpires that the leader of the
Bhariapa Bahujan Mahasangh (BBM), Prakash Ambedkar’s son Sujat, was
given a heads-up about impending unrest that was going to be caused by
two ‘right-wing groups’ from a friend, activist Malhar Takle on
Saturday.


The1% intolerant, cunning, crooked, number one terrorists of the world
violent,militant, shooting, lynching, lunatic, mentally retarded,
cannibal chitpavan brahmins of RSS (Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks) of BJP
(Brashtachar Jiyadha Psychopaths) are now scared of the 99% Sarva Samaj
because the Murderer of democratic institutions ((Modi) gobbled the
Master Key by tampering the fraud EVMs. Now the whole world is awakened
after MsMayawati the suprtemo of BSP and four times Chief Minister of
Uttar Pradesh exposed the fraud EVMs and challenged Modi to dissolve the
Central and all the state governments and go for fresh polls with
ballot papers.
But the Psychopaths are trying to cover up this
fraudulent EVMs,since Ms Mayawati became eligible to to be the Prime
Minister because of her best governance of Uttar Pradesh. They are
scared as they are unable to implement their stealth, shadowy
discriminatory hindutva cult of manusmriti which believes that 1%
chitpavan brahmins as 1st rate athamas (souls), the kshatrias, vysias,
shudras as 2nd, 3rd, 3th rate souls and the aboriginal ati shudras the
untouchables (SC/STs) and the converted minorities as having no souls at
all and hence the terrorism against them. The Buddha, Dr BR Ambedkar,
Kanshiram and Mayawati never believed in any soul. They say all are
equal. The Psychopaths wanted to negate the Universal Adult Franchise
with their fraud EVMs.

On Monday, violence broke out at an event in
Pune organised to mark the 200th anniversary of the Bhima-Koregaon
battle, and at the time of writing, its repercussions are still being
felt across Maharashtra. And now, it transpires that the leader of the
Bhariapa Bahujan Mahasangh (BBM), Prakash Ambedkar’s son Sujat, was
given a heads-up about impending unrest that was going to be caused by
two ‘right-wing groups’ from a friend, activist Malhar Takle on
Saturday.

Sujat told Firstpost, “I received a message on 30
December from Malhar in which the two right-wing group, who would be
causing trouble during the Elgar Parishad (Elgar conference), were
named. But with no trouble caused during the Parishad, I thought it was a
false alarm only to be proved wrong the next day.”
When contacted,
Malhar told Firstpost, “I found out about the plans for 31 December on a
WhatsApp group and so I informed Sujat about it, warning him to be
careful. But that’s as much as I know about this whole thing. I had no
idea that anything was going to happen on Monday or in the days after.”


The screenshot below of a set of exchanges on the WhatsApp group ‘Youth
for Democracy’ was sent to Sujat by Malhar on 30 December. It states
that the Brahman Mahasangh was planning protests at the Elgar Parishad —
at which Jignesh Mevani was due to speak — and that the group had
enlisted the followers of Sambhaji Bhide’s Shiv Pratishthan Hindustan.
Nevertheless, as the final message stated, the programme would go on as
planned.
When questioned about the protests from Monday onwards,
Sujat denied the accusation that BBM workers were being violent and
called such claims ‘blatant lies’. He suggested that they were in fact
the victims and not the attackers. “The attackers showed utmost
cowardice as they didn’t even have the courage to face our people. They
attacked from building tops, from behind the bushes and hid in every
nook and cranny they found on the Nagar-Pune Highway and attacked every
car that had a blue flag or Dr BR Ambedkar symbol. There were policemen
at Bhima-Koregoan but the attacked took place even before our people
could reach Vijaystambh.”

Sujat added that he was in touch with a
lot of his people and had helped them evacuate and had guided them to
safety by speaking to them on the phone and passing along mass messages
via SMS and WhatsApp about how to protect themselves, which routes to
take and where they could find their safety for their people.


“Protests cause damage and nuisance, and bring cities to a halt,” he
admitted, but added, “The most marginalised community was attacked
during their pilgrimage. And if you do not protest in the eye of the
public, how are people going to know what is happening? A certain amount
of unease has to be created on the road to make the elite, privileged
and middle classes realise what problems others are facing.”

He
cited hypothetical examples of the sort of pandemonium that would have
followed an attack on a Daghduseth, Lalbagh or Shirdi pilgrimage. When
asked if the national parties were hogging the limelight from the Dalit
agenda, he clarified, “The Dalit agenda is nothing but equality for all
and dignity to live in human society. The agenda should not be limited
to the Dalit community because it encompasses all humanitarian thought.
But I wouldn’t say a particular nationalist party is hijacking the Dalit
agenda. In fact, a lot of parties want to tie-up with Dalits due to
vote bank politics.”
Sujat also pointed to the communalism that the
BJP is trying to spread with Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis blaming
leftist forces for the attack. Brushing aside the chief minister’s claim
as ‘completely false’, Sujat said that the video evidence and public
statements from the victims and the eyewitnesses say that the attackers
were holding saffron flags and shouting “Jai Bhawani” and “Jai Sri Ram”
slogans. “Also, the police has booked two members of right-wing
organisations — Milind Ekbote and Bhide,” he said.

But what if the Maharashtra bandh wasn’t supported by the public?


“The party would lose face if people didn’t follow. But which people
are we talking about? These are the people who roam around in Mercedes
vehicles, go to their luxurious air-conditioned offices and sit in ACs
and work on their laptops. These are the people who will continue with
their work, but these are not the people we care about. Our people are
the ones who got beaten up on the streets. Our people are the ones dying
in manholes. Our people are the ones who are ending their lives on
farms. And I am pretty sure these are the people who will support us.
One should not consider just one section’s opinion about the bandh when
it comes to looking at the bigger picture,” said the 22-year-old.

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/top…/battle-of-koregaon…
battle of koregaon
image
On January 1, 1818, Battle of Koregaon was fought between the British
East India Company and Peshwa regiment in Koregaon Bhima, Maharashtra.


Folklores say that during the war just about 500 Mahar soldiers under
the East India Company had clashed with as many as 25,000-strong army of
Peshwa Bajirao II. Mahars back then were considered as the untouchable
community and were thus, not recruited by the Peshwas in their army.


The Dalit version of the Koregaon-Bhima battle says that after Peshwa
Bajirao rejected the Mahars into his army, British welcomed them into
theirs.

The battle ended with the British-led Mahars defeating
the Peshwas. The victory was not just of the battle for the Mahars, but a
victory against oppression and caste discrimination.

In 1851,
the British erected a memorial pillar at Koregaon-Bhima to honour the
soldiers - mostly Mahars - who had died in this battle.

In 1927,
social reformer Bhimrao Ambedkar started the ritual of holding a
commemoration at the site of this pillar, which is practiced even today.
In 2018, this commemoration turned foul and the Dalit and Maratha community got into a dispute, resulting Bandh in Mumbai.
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Prakash
Ambedkar’s son Sujat was given a heads-up about impending unrest that
was going to be caused by two ‘right-wing groups’ from a friend,
activist Malhar…
firstpost.com

BHIMA-KOREGAON VIOLENCE: INTELLIGENCE FAILURE OR DELIBERATE MISHANDLING?

By Makarand Gadgil, Mumbai Mirror | Updated: Jan 4, 2018, 04.15 AM IST

Bhima-Koregaon violence: Intelligence failure or deliberate mishandling?
Fadnavis-led home ministry turned a blind eye to desecration of Govind Gaikwad’s tomb; later, in Mumbai, cops seemed clueless.

Questions are being raised over Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’s grip
on the home ministry, which he heads, after his handling of the attack
on Dalits at Bhima-Koregaon, and its crippling fallout in the city and
in various parts of the state.

While Dalits have been gathering
at Bhima-Koregaon on January 1 for nearly a 100 years, this year’s event
was significant because it was the bicentenary of the battle of
Bhima-Koregaon, and lakhs of people were expected to congregate.

But Fadnavis’s home ministry turned a blind eye to the desecration of
the tomb of Govind Gaikwad (from the Mahar community, who constructed a
memorial to Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj at Wadhu just a few kilometres
from Bhima-Koregaon) on December 29. Many Dalits also visit the memorial
and Gaikwad’s tomb to commemorate the battle.

Then, on January
1, stones were pelted at Dalits from the terraces of homes located along
the route that they were scheduled to take. Fadnavis will have to
explain why the intelligence machinery failed to detect such a large
cache of stones being stored at strategic locations in the run-up to
such a significant date.

On Tuesday, Mumbai Police were also
ill-prepared to handle the morchas that blocked various arterial roads
and railway lines in the city, although they appeared more in control
during Wednesday’s bandh.

“Fadnavis is in a spot of bother, and
it will be interesting to see how he wriggles out of the situation. This
is either a case of inept handling by his government, or they
deliberately allowed the situation to go out of hand for political
gains,” said political analyst Prakash Akolkar.

Whatever the
reason, Akolkar said, the incidents have ruptured Maharashtra’s social
fabric, deepening the faultlines between Marathas, OBCs and Dalits.

A senior BJP leader, who did not wish to be named, admitted that the
Fadnavis government was caught off guard. “On the day of the bandh, the
government handled the situation quite remarkably. It will earn a few
brownie points in the eyes of the party high command,” he said.

Prakash Pawar, a professor of political science at Kolhapur’s Shivaji
University, said, “The Marathas and the Mahars have taken the stand that
this is not a fight between two communities, and this has taken the
steam out of the situation. The issue won’t affect Fadnavis’s prospects
of completing his term. The challenge before him will be how to keep
extreme elements on the periphery of the Sangh Parivar under control.”


Peace Is Doable


Protests on the Pune-Mumbai Highway. 101Reporters/Gunwanti Paraste

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