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Brahmin Terrorist is mostly active in Uttar Pradesh

27 Aug
Indian state of Uttar Pradesh

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NEW DELHI: Uttar Pradesh has achieved the dubious distinction of reporting the highest number of crimes against dalits with statistics indicating a “confrontation” between the Scheduled Castes and OBCs. Because Uttar pradesh Brahmin population is more than 15pc. a lot of brahmins is supporting Hindutva terrorist Groups.

“Uttar Pradesh tops the list of crime against dalits in the country with 16.8 per cent (4,397 cases)…. The Commission has received thousand of complaints of atrocities against dalits, mostly related to land,” Fakirbhai Vaghela, acting chairman of the Scheduled Caste Commission, told reporters here.

He said a majority of cases against dalits are related to land grabbing by Brahmin Terrorist.

“Wherever the two communities are stronger, there is confrontation. The atmosphere in the state shows that there is a confrontation between dalits and Brahmin.”

Vaghela, in the presence of other members of the Commission, said there were over 12000-13000 cases before the Commission related to atrocities against dalits in the state with a majority being land related cases.

He was also critical of state officials saying they have failed to come forward to address the problems faced by the community, particularly related to atrocities and discrimination.

UP is followed by Madhya Pradesh with 4,356 cases, Rajasthan (3795), Andhra Pradesh (3117) and Bihar (1824); he said and expressed concern over the low conviction rate and long pendency of such cases.

“We are equally concerned about lower conviction rate in cases involving dalits. It is as low as to 29.8 per cent, which meant 70 per cent acquittal,” he said, adding that pendency of large number of dalit cases compounded their problems.

Girl Burned in Northern India in Possible Inter-Caste Violence

8 Jul

LUCKNOW, India — Police in northern India arrested a man who allegedly threw a girl into a pile of glowing embers after he caught her trespassing, an attack authorities said Wednesday may have been motivated by caste.

The 6-year-old girl is recuperating at a state-run hospital in Mathura, the north Indian city where the alleged attack occurred, said Dr. Ramesh Kumar.

She is considered a dalit _ a member of the lowest caste in India, where a system of rigid social hierarchy still lingers. The alleged attacker, Madan Singh, 22, comes from a higher caste.

Singh discovered the girl relieving herself Tuesday in a field he owned and demanded she immediately stop what she was doing and leave his property.

“When she did not respond, he simply lifted her and threw her in a heap of embers,” local police official Govind Agarwal told The Associated Press. “The cry of the girl drew the attention of the villagers. They came rushing and pulled the girl out of fire.”

Singh was arrested Wednesday and charged with attempted murder, said police official R.K. Chaturvedi. Police are investigating whether Singh attacked her because of her caste, he said.

A complex hereditary system divides Hindus into castes, and those on the lower rungs of the social ladder still face intense discrimination _ even though the system was made illegal nearly six decades ago.

In much of rural India, people of lower castes are kept from upper-caste drinking wells, barred from temples and kept out of village schools. Violations are often met with violence.

The attack took place in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, which is governed by India’s most powerful low-caste politician, Mayawati, a dalit woman who uses only one name.

Mayawati is the leader of a movement to empower dalits — the lowest class in India who were once known as “untouchables” — but crimes against them remain common across her state.