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CPI-M to organize biggest ever ‘Dalit’ protest in Tripura, ‘Raj Bhawan Chalo’ movement expected to lead ‘mass-gathering’
TIWN Sep 24, 2019
CPI-M to organize biggest ever ‘Dalit’ protest in Tripura, ‘Raj Bhawan Chalo’ movement  expected to lead ‘mass-gathering’
PHOTO : CPI-M's rally on Sep 16, 2019

AGARTALA, Sep 24 (TIWN): CPI-M’s Dalit wing ‘Tafashili Jati Unnayan Samiti’ to hoist the biggest ever Dalit movement in Agartala on Wednesday 10.30 AM demanding rights for backward class people along with 8 more demands, to be placed to the Governor Ramesh Bais. On the onset of the protest-launching, a CPI-M leader said, “Across the country, severe attacks on Dalits are carrying out specially since the Modi Govt came in power at Centre. Everyday at average 9 Dalits are murdered and 19 women are raped. Increasing honour-killing are at rise which victimized Amrita and Pranay, by killing Pranay mercilessly in Telengana. In July month, Sakshi Mishra, daughter of BJP legislator Rajesh Mishra, marrying a man outside her caste was attempted to be murdered. Another 22 years boy was burnt by petrol with a same cause.

In Tripura’s Bishalgrah Madan Nama was beaten so brutally that he died. Sukhu Gour, another Dalit was killed merciless by BJP miscreants. 

Prasanna Bhattacharjee’s daughter married a non-Brahmin man and after 2 years when she came with her husband to home at Kumarghat. BJP, RSS supporters rushed to their home and attacked them and the Brahmin family was outcasted from that area”.

The movement on Wednesday will however also be against privatization as under privatization neither there are reservations for the SC/ST nor any facility for them.

The protest will also voice for MGNREGA works, Govt jobs, filling up of 50,000 vacant posts, promotion issues, 10323 teachers’ livelihood and to regularize the contractual employees, law and order issue. 

From Rabindra Bhawan premise this protest will start at 10.30 AM. The party has called masses to join the progranmme to raise voice for "Dalits". 


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