Saharanpur violence: Thousands of Dalit activists protest at Delhi’s Jantar Mantar

While demanding justice by Uttar Pradesh’s chief minister Yogi Adityanath, protesters alleged that the state government was abusing Dalit.
The development comes after the recent violence involving the Dalits and Thakur Saharanpur at birthdays of birth B. R. Ambedkar.
“We have no expectation of government, so many people are in hospitals, even if no one is going to come in. This government is against the Dalits, we need justice and justice for people who are in hospitals.” Said NNA. The protester said.
Police had denied permission to protest at Jantar Mantar. Trade unions have told police that they were expecting a meeting of more than 50,000 people, prompting police to deny permission.
Violence can 5 Saharanpur had occurred during a Thakurs procession, saffron sports scarves and marked 20th century Rajput Maharana Pratap King’s birthday, entered the Jatav colonies.
The Dalits say they were attacked first. More than two dozen people were injured and a young man died Thakur – killed by mistake by their Breed brothers, the Dalits claim. It is alleged that a large amount of Thakur community burned and looted 25 houses belonging to Dalit and injured 15 community members. The incident is seen as a sign of the Dalit’s growing claim in the area.
That same day, a group of Thakur men wanted to do a musical procession in honour of Maharana Pratap, the opposition of the Dalits, citing the lack of authorization services.
On Thursday, at least 180 Dalit families from three western villages claim Uttar Pradesh to have embraced Buddhism “in protest of the atrocities committed against the Dalits under the Yogi Adityanath government.”
The residents of Idhari, Roopadi and Kapoor have in the district of Saharanpur, 600 km north-west of Lucknow, gathered in the village of Mankamau and threw idols and images of gods and goddesses in the Badi channel of Nahar to signal their abandonment of Their previous faith.
On May 14, about 50 Dalit families in Moradabad, 200 km east of Saharanpur, also cited Shabbirpur violence and threatened to abandon Hinduism if Adityanath has not stopped attacks on the Dalits by the “saffron brigade.”
The incident bears witness to a failure event six decades ago, when atrocities against the Dalits impelled Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar adopted Buddhism with a group of followers October 14, 1956.
The leader of the BSP, Mayawati had asked the BJP government to avoid the saffron appeasement and bring to justice the state of people who follow what they say.

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