Indian media is under full control of Brahminical forces and trying to impose Manuwad in this country: Dalit thinker V.T. Rajashekar

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By Muslim Mirror Staff

New Delhi: Indian media is under full control of Brahminical forces and trying to impose Manuwad in this country, said V.T. Rajashekar, Dalit thinker and the legendary editor of Dalit Voice.

He was addressing a two-day National conference on Human Rights organized by National Confederation of Human Rights Organizations (NCHRO) in the Gauri Lankesh Hall, at Indian Social Institute, New Delhi.

VT Rajashekar addressing addressing a two-day National conference on Human Rights organized by National Confederation of Human Rights Organizations (NCHRO)

‘We are meeting here today in a very dangerous political climate. Brahmanism is the enemy of the country. Muslims are not foreigners. Dalit-Muslim unity is need of the hour. Muslim leadership should initiate this task’ he further added.

Prof. Nivedita Menon, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in her keynote address said that the RSS is trying to change the social and cultural ambience of the universities. The new chancellors appointed by the NDA government try to introduce the culture of Rashtravaad through means fair or fouls with the help of the ministers concerned.

Umer Khalid,the eminent student leader from JNU Delhi underlined the need for new student politics different from the traditional left.

‘A university is the place where fascism gets tough resistance, that’s why universities are the main target of fascist forces. When there was no opposition to the RSS controlled BJP government, the main opposition party Congress was nowhere in the scenario and was on ‘watch and wait’ mode it was JNU, its students and faculty members who were playing the active role of opposition and countering the fascist regime tooth and nail, said Syed Zubair Ahmad, the editor in chief of MuslimMirror.com.

L-R Umar Khalid,Prof. Apoorvanad,Prof. Nivedita Menon and Syed Zubair Ahmad

While Prof. Apoorvanad, of Delhi University (DU) chaired the session on “Universities and Academic Freedom”. Ms. Padmashree, Joint Secretary of NCHRO, Karnataka Chapter welcomed the gathering.

The chairperson of the NCHRO Prof. A. Marx presided over the second session “Victims of Rights Violations and Activist Meet’’ Adv. Shakeel Ahmed, National Exco Member, NCHRO also spoke.

Prof. A. Marx addressing the conference.

The victims of rights violations, Vasantha Saibaba, the wife of Dr G.N. Saibaba who is currently in Nagpur Central Jail, Amanullah Ansari, Kota, Rajasthan, Zakir Thyagi, Muzaffarnagar, U.P, Dr. Kusum Megwal, Udaipur Rajasthan, Irshad Ali, Delhi, Mohamed Elyas, Baran, Rajasthan, Shadaf Mushraf.  (Sister of Najeeb), Delhi shared their pain with the participants.

The activists’ session under the banner “Rights in the Modern World and the Problems of Appropriation” focused on the need for better legal and political coordination among different rights bodies.

The documentary on Dr. Hadia issue (Kerala) produced by noted film maker Gopal Menon was released on the second day of the conference.

Documentary film  I AM HADIA being released.

Adv. K.P. Mohamed Shareef, Vice Chairperson of NCHRO chaired the valedictory session. Adv. Amit Srivastav, State Vice-President, NCHRO, Delhi Chapter delivered welcome address. M. Mohamed Ali Jinnah, General Secretary, Popular Front of India, Prof. A. Marx, Chairperson of NCHRO, Prof. P. Koya, General Secretary, NCHRO spoke.

The fifteen resolutions in different issues viz., Enact Law against Torture, Repeal UAPA, Withdraw Citizenship Amendment Bill, Rohingyan Refugees, Stop the Harassment of Human Rights Defenders, Murder of Gauri Lankesh, Fake Encounter Killings, Crackdown on Academic Dissent, Go for Political Solution in Kashmir, Release Dr. G.N. Saibaba immediately, Resist the Centralization of Powers, Fight Neo-Liberal Economic Policies, Draconian Provisions in Anti-Conversion Laws, Arrest of Human Rights Lawyer in Tamil Nadu and Accused in terrorist cases with Hindutva connections were passed in the conference. Ansar Indori, State General Secretary, NCHRO, Delhi chapter delivered vote of thanks.

The activists from 18 states viz., Kerala, Tamilnadu, Pondicherry, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telanagna, Maharashtra, Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana, Delhi, Jammu & Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Odisha, West Bengal and Assam participated in the conference

4 COMMENTS

  1. It is true that 3% Brahmins are ruling India. But have you ever asked yourself how can 3% population rule 97%?
    If you analyze, you will find that Brahmins have very good qualities those muslims & dalits both can learn. Brahmins mainly follow vegetarian diet which purifies their mind & soul. Brahmins give highest importance to education. Hence you find Brahmins at all senior level jobs. Brahmins remain abstain from alcohol & meat. Brahmins maintain hygiene & live good standard of life.
    If muslims or dalits wants to rule India then they should follow Brahmin culture. Instead of criticising Brahmins think about why they are ruling.

    • What you have written is complete bullshit… Has any brahmin created a structure like tajmahal? Has any brahmin made any discovery or invention like Christian Europeans…all vegetarian communities are good only in doing those jobs which involve sitting at one place…they are never creative… They are good only in sucking the blood of others particularly of labour class

    • Brahmin – you have a peanut in your head!!! I am a French of indian origin and I have already read this type of stupidities. In my family, we are not brahmins and we are all CEOs and governors in different countries and France. I do not have any thing against any one including any brahmin. You should understand that all men and women are created equal. The only thing I love in India is the culture of the common man I cross everywhere and the friendly smile of the people. I am least bothered about the caste or religion.

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