Why Crime is Rising Against Dalits
India Today's investigative crew found out the anti-Dalit discrimination ran much deeper in the land of the Father of the Nation. The team observed untouchability, outlawed after independence, remains sanctified by religion. Disguised as regular visitors, India Today's reporters toured several temples in the state. They noticed almost all of them nursed the ancient notions of purity and pollution, the bedrock of untouchability. Temples were found to be shunning Dalits brazenly to preserve the so-called piety of the faith's upper-caste elders.

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  • - To create awareness of ‘plight of Dalits’ worldwide on humanitarian basis. We feel the greatest human right violation that has been perpetuated on the Dalits for hundreds of years needs to remedied. How can the world close its eyes when 230 million (nearly 25% of total Indian population) suffer apartheid, racial discrimination, humiliation and subject to abject poverty and in human treatment? Why?

  • - To seek help and assistance from within and without.

  • - Campaign and lobby that affirmative action is taken with regards to improving the plight of Dalits in India through civic societies, human right organisations, political leadership in India and other world bodies that can be instrumental in affecting a change in the plight of hapless Dalits

  • - To create awareness and educate Dalits themselves to stand up for their fundamental rights as citizens of India.

  • - To coordinate and liaise with other Dalit organisations to create a more powerful lobby to improve the lot of Dalits

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