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Posted on:    06 Jan, 2018       Views:  753

Maharashtra violence: In erstwhile cradle of social justice

After winning the Congress in October 2014, the BJP became the second party to win more than 100 seats in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly. Of the 122 seats won by the party, 15 were reserved for Scheduled Castes. Of the 14 separate seats for the Dalit legislators, the Shiv Sena won 9, NCP 3 and Congress 2. In the absence of other empirical data, it is common to conclude that it is evidence that efforts have been made for more than eight years in association with the Dalits of the Sangh Parivar and the Hindu unity in the caste is causing the result .

It will never forget Dr BR Ambedkar whose country and the Karmabhoomi Maharashtra expressed the need for political representation called as a frustrated class during the colonial period. The principle of legislative representation was introduced in the earlier era of independence.

Maharashtra violence: In erstwhile cradle of social justice

Even when he was refused to participate in internal and political action, V. Savarkar led the movement to enter the temples of Dalits. Saabikar's manual, inspired by Hindutva, K. B. Hedgewar did not take such inspiration to join the community. It was not until Balasaheb Devras did not make the RSS sarsanghchalak that the RSS systematically organized the program to woo dalits and drag them into their realm.

Violent protests in Mumbai Opposition in Koregaon incident in Mumbai.Until recently, the Sangh Parivar did no effort to co-opt the legacy of Dr. Ambedkar because his neo-Buddhist heritage was considered a curse. As a result, BJP and Shiv Sena tried to organize the Hindu Dalits and painted Mahajan, the main SC community, because they used to follow Ambedkar. Since then, supporters of the neo-Buddhist RPI and its many continuing parties remained. RSS opposed the social separatist move of Ambedkar and his followers and it was the basis for their limited mobilization among the Dalits in Maharashtra. BJP tried to differentiate between Maharsians, who did not change Buddhism and when it failed, they made attempts at non-superstitions. Of the Dalits, there are about 59 sub-communities and in Uttar Pradesh where the party has focused on non-Chamaan groups, Maharashtra has been emphasizing non-Maharajas. According to the 2011 census, the Dalits hold 11.81% of the total population of Maharashtra. In the nation's Scheduled Castes population, Maharashtra accounts for 6.6 percent. Prior to the margin, 18 seats were reserved for Scheduled Castes. In 2009 it was increased from 28 and from 2014 to 29. The Dalits who converted to Buddhism were not recognized as Scheduled Castes, but in 1990, an amendment was made in the law, which provided reservation benefits to the community. But the central schemes were left out and the Center has set a goal for changes in caste certificates so that they can get reservation benefits in central schemes. This is another step to woo neo-Buddhists and leads to Ambedkar's co-election efforts and shows them as a union symbol.

Fadnavis has run a semi-stable government for three years, lived through two big movements and the trouble faced with the allies Shiv Sena. Two protest movements examining the state government were demanded for the reservation of politically dominant Marathas and secondly, by repaying farmers.

Maharashtra violence: In erstwhile cradle of social justice

But before it could be removed, the government completely brought the track back on track and the process of strengthening the BJP's social base can be encouraged, the state government has organized social unrest and violence among Dalit groups and other castes. Waves affected It would be easy to conclude that riots in various parts of Maharashtra give serious challenge to the Fadnavis government and limit the BJP's growth within the community. However, if someone sees it differently, then in the events in the last few days, BJP is given an opportunity to strengthen its ranks.

Firstly, as mentioned earlier, the Dalit community in Maharashtra is not identical and exhibits the same diversity in every community in India. In addition, the Bhima-Koregaon Case has been built on memory and perception, which has not been shared by every sub-group in the community. Apart from this, the explosion of violence has finally enabled the BJP to consolidate the Marathas and OBCs, which have gone through social disputes with Mahar, whose representatives made memories of Bahadur Mahar soldiers to fight caste oppression. Was there.

It is believed that a historic expression of Dalit revolt is being celebrated against Monument Peshwa regime in the nearby village of Pune. Neo-fundamentalists either organized or addressed the controversial seminar on Saturday, December 31 in Shaniwar Wada, probably could see past events with a contemporary perspective.

Similarly, the BJP and the Sangh Parivar supporters who are attacking the Dalits and attacking them, see the Koregaon War as an incident, when colonialism conquered the indigenous state of indigenous turnkotes . Maharies, it is said, fought for the British against Peshwas. It is being overlooked that the battle for Bajirao was mainly done by the Arab terrorists, the idea of ??'paid army' could not have been justified for one side. The Maharars were clearly admitted by the British because it came into financial sense and people raised jobs in the army because they are badly needed. Still, the operation of their episode is annoying. The BJP needs to believe that not all Dalits gave importance to the two Maharaja of Koregaon two years ago and thus have not seen events as an attack on Scheduled Castes. The BJP had to be completely conscious of not being in power in Maharashtra. It was also necessary to be more sensitive to the Dalit issue.

In a uninterrupted calculative way of BJP which has been sensitively faced by other parties in the past, he has not been his best campaigner. The center should demand only one of the Fadnavis, what would it be if the opposition party was in power, what would it be? The RSS has started a publicity campaign in which it has been argued that the 'Brake India Brigade' has frustrated the state. But the binary of national versus anti-national nations should be put on the backburner once. It was the time when the people of Maharashtra were the descendants of their judicial justice Social Justice movement. The confusion of old race conflicts, which has historically stopped the consolidation of Hindus, is being counted with countless open or secret Hindutva. 

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