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 BAMCEF’s programs in Europe, 2013
 July 2013
Wednesday 24th Delegates arriving London from India & USA, Thursday 25th 7.00pm to 8.00pm program on Kanshi TV (805VenusTV) London Studio, Fri- 26        Program on Kanshi Radio, Saturday 27th      Kanshi TV at Birmingham- studio 7.00pm to 8.00pm, Sun- 28th     National program, in Ambedkar Hall, Southall, Monday 29th   Meeting with, friends of BAMCEF in London, Tue- 30th     Meeting in Parliament, Wed-31st Visit places connected with Baba Sahib    
August 2013
 Thursday-1st August Departure from London to Paris, Mon- or Tue- (5th/6th)       Departure from Paris to Italy, Mon- or Tue- (12th /13th    Departure from Italy to Greece, Mon- or Tue (19th Aug-/20th)   Return from Greece to London Waman Meshram, Ramdas Athawale, Avinash Kamble, Kalpna Saroj, Gore Manan, Dr. Ratan Singh, M. K. Parmar, Sarish Parmar, Prof. Ghobhle, Sarish Ramtake and Dr. Jeevan Parmar. These distinguish guests will be arriving on 24th July some may be later. 

 Posted on July 18, 2013


People’s Vigilance Committee on Human Rights (PVCHR) and National Alliance on Testimonial Therapy (NATT) is jointly organising 2-day National Consultation on ‘Testimonial campaign contribute to eliminate impunity for perpetrators of torture in India’ from 12th to 13th July 2012.

On 12th July 2012, the National Consultation would begin at 10.30 a.m. in Magnolia Hall, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi. Hon’ble Justice K.G. Balakrishnan, Chairperson, National Human Rights Commission would be the Chief Guest. Mr. Pavel Svitil, Minister-Chargé d'affaires, Delegation of the European Union to India would grace the occasion as guest of honour. The session would be chaired by Mr. Gautam Navlakha, Consultant Editor-Economic and Political Weekly (EPW) and the speakers Mr. Sankar Sen, Ex- Director General, National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), Dr D. Roy Laifungbam, Chairperson, Human to Humane Tran cultural Centre for Torture Victims (H2H) and Mr. Mathews Philip, Executive Director, SICHREM.

The key Speakers in the session would be human rights defenders from Manipur, Assam, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Jammu & Kashmir, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh and New Delhi etc.

On 13th July 2012, the National Consultation would chalk out a future plan and sessions would be held at Indian Social Institute, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

On the 1st day of the National Consultation, PVCHR is honouring Mohammad Aamir Khan with the Jan Mitra Award, who was released in January 2012 after 14 years of incarceration and was named as main accused in 20 low-intensity bomb blasts which took place between December 1996 and October 1997 in Delhi, Rohtak, Sonepat and Ghaziabad
PS: For further information about this programme please contact Ms. Shruti Nagvanshi (Mobile+91-9935599330) or Ms. Shirin Shabana Khan (+91-9453155296 or email:
Posted on July 11, 2012

Greetings to all. I am feeling proud myself to get such an opportunity to be present at this International Dalit Conference. First, I have a question in my mind that whether I have come to a foreign Country or to my own native land? 64 years ago, it was our native land and there were no barrier between these two countries. My parent’s birth place is Barisal. First of all I am a Bangalee and I have come in Bangladesh having same mother Language. Now Bengal has been divided by BSF and BDR/BGB. It is a very much pathetic history of our life and in our country.

I am from BAMCEF Organisation, the full from of BAMCEF is the All India Backward and Minority Communities Employers Federation.. BAMCEF thinks of the socio economic cultural developments of the Dalits of India and act strongly as a non political common platform amongst the Dalits. The term Backward has reference in the Article 16(4) of the Constitution of India. The SC.ST, OBC have been jointly referred to as Backward because all these castes falling in these categories of backward, but the degree of backwardness varies. This is due to doctrine of graded inequality professed by Brahmanism. The Scheduled caste, scheduled Tribes and other backward classes’ people are all aware that they are historically one class of people, the original inhabitants of India. As far as the term Minority in India is concerned. it refers to the religious minorities in India. Social Scientist have proved that during the course of history, some of the Mulnivasis, that is indigenous people, got converted to different religions at different point of time. These mainly include Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, and Buddhist etc. Our BAMCEF established to propagate the philosophy and vision of Dalit icons, Dalit messiahs namely Rastrapita Jyotirao Phuley, Rastranirmata Dr. B.R.Ambedkar, Periar Ramaswamy Nayekar, Sahuji Mahraj, Birsa Munda, Hari Chand Guruchand Thakur, Jogendranath Mondal etc etc. The Misson of BAMCEF is the Misson of these forefathers, that is for establish casteless and classless society, eradication of untouchability and achieving social justice for Dalits and to uproot Brahmanism, the sprit of inequality and to preserve a new social system based on humanity and the principal of equality liberty fraternity and justice. India was a country of equality fraternity brotherhood, love respect, before Aryan Invasion, these are the Buddhist Philosophy. Humanism is the main philosophy of Buddhism. The Brahmanism has destroyed the Buddhist philosophy. Now we called Hindu but in no religions books there is no word of Hindu. This is ridiculous. Brahmanism has divided us more than six thousand seven hundred castes from upper to lower, not equal.

As per Government of India, UGC News, Vol-3, March ‘98 issue says that India has 4,694 Communities and 324 Languages. We demarcated the line between the oppressor and exploited people by adopting ideology of 15% VS 85% in which 15% people of India are beneficiaries and 85% are victims of the Brahmanical social systems. In India the population of Brahmins is only 3.5% but they have captured 70% Government Services. As per the news report published in the Times London DV 16-30th Jun 1991, it’s revels that in India there are 19 Numbers Brahmin Secretaries out of total 26 Secretaries, 13 Brahmin Governors out of 27 Governors, 116 Brahmins out of 330 Chief Secretaries, 50 Numbers Brahmin Vice Chancellors out 98 Vice Chancellors of Universities, 258 Numbers Brahmins Distract Magistrates out of total 348 District Magistrates, out of total 3300 IAS Officers there are 2376 Brahmins, 90% NRI are Brahmins, Since independences the India has been ruled by upper castes, still now the Government of India is being led by Brahmanical forces and the opposition party is also led by Brahmins Political Leaders.

Branhmins are parasitic and they reap benefits of others labors. Brahmins mentions that Vedas give what the ideal society, the society that is fragmented into four castes. i.e. Brahmins, Kshtriya, Vaishyas and Shudars. There are huge differences between these castes in the field of social status or respect, social rights and privileges. The higher castes enjoys more benefits that the lower castes. Brahmins are above everyone and Shudars are the lowest rung. The jobs of Brahmins is to receive and give education and conduct all religious functions and ritual like priest, Khatniyas had to take-up arms and weapons and fight. Vaishyas were to be engaged in trade and commerce. Sudras are at the lower level and were the slaves who had to work for the three higher castes. A person of one caste can not enter into the livelihood of other castes. . Castes are not according to one’s work but according to ones birth... A person of lower caste not entitled to do the work of another caste. This is Vedic Society. . Gautam Buddha had criticized this social structure very strongly. The basic policy is that of inequality, Brahamins have created this unequal social framework to keep the all others under them as slaves. Buddha proved all reasoning given by Brahmins are wrong. Buddhism is the original religion of India. Brahmanism or Vedic religion or Hinduism is the religion of Aryans who were foreigners who made 90% of the indigenous population as slaves. Tribal peoples are the worst sufferer of the Brahmanical social order. In historical point of view Aryans are not indigenous people of India. It has been proved beyond doubts that Aryans are foreignness and they do not belong to our land. Aryans now they are Brahmins invaded India. See the recent research on DNA, it proves that Dalit and Minorities DNA are same but the upper castes DNA does not match with us. It matched with western countrymen’s. . I brought some books, on that research; you may go through that research oriented book which is available in the Mela. That Aryans under-took a continuous and prolonged attacked on the culture and civilization of Mulnivasis of India. As a part of the strategy of battle, some Mulnivasis went jangle and continued to stay in jungles, these are called Adivasi they are scheduled tribes today. The Adibasi society is based on community living co-existence with nature collative decision making non profit and equality for all. Now a days the world is heading towards a critical situation and the life and mission of these tribal may show a road map of the inclusive development of the so called development theories which are based on exploitation injustices and against nature. Friends remember the sacrifice of our great ancestors and recall the single handed fight of Dr Ambedkar and we the Indian Dalits are very much grateful to the Dalits and people of Khulna, Barisal, Faridpur, Tangail, Rangpur etc. districts who send Dr. Ambedkar in the constituent Assembly to write the Constitution of India and Dr. Ambedkar gave us the reservation for SC/ST/OBCs. .Although reservation in Govt service demanded 1st by upper castes people in British period and the Government of British gave reservation quota for IAS services. The SC/STs had the right of reservation in the field of (1) advancement (2) profession and (3) representation in Government programmes with quota of 15% as well as 23% for SCs 7.5% as well as 5% for STs in Central and State Government programmes since 1950 and 1976 respectively. This was a fundamental rights. During the first two decades of its origin in 1950 the so called Mannvadi or Brahminovite political leaders of India gave a deaf ear to the hue and cry of the SC/STs and consequently they did not apply the right of reservation at all. A little bit emphasis was given by the rules for application of reservation in the 70s and 80s decade. As a result of which a few SCs and STs could be asle to reach to the arena of higher education and Government service. So reservation is the only key of the present progress of SC/STs which is seen today in India. But the progress of the SC/STs were checked rather stooped at the outset of the 1990 decade due to unwillingness of the planners administration and politicians backed by the Supreme Court of India vide its famous Mondal Judgment dated 16th nov 92 and so on. All of you know that India entered in the era of LPG that is Liberalization Privatiza tcon and globalization, in 1994 the GATT arrangement kicked off the Davits from behind. and as a result of which dalits are about to be drowned into fathomless depth of the poverty of ocean. .Government of India changed the Patent Act. Government departments were sold out to the inland and foreign Multi National Companies at nominal costs. As a result of shifting of the Govt owned and managed enterprise to the private sectors the hard earned right of reservations of the SC/STs started vanishing and today a large number of Government enterprises have gone to the private sectors and SC/STs are deprived of their rights. .Moreover Government of India time to time issued five anti-reservation orders. During 1990s decade the Supreme Court of India over-exercised its power other than laid down in the Constitution by issuing various verdicts against the reservation policy of SC/STs and the Government of India was keeping mum. The apex Court can not suppress the Parliament but the same was repeated in several times. Dalit political leaders and their parties also voiceless in the law making house . During the ruling of National Democratic Alliances (NDA) Govt led by the BJP at the Centre. .Mr. Atal Behari Bajpaiye as the Prime Ministers declared one Judicial commission of 11 members headed by Justices Mr. Venkatchellaiya on 13th feb 2000 for rewriting the Constitution of India. The aim of the attempt was to change the mandate of equality and social justice followed by dilution and abolition of the right of reservation and safe guards of the minorities. The Dalit peoples started strong movements and as a result of which these all attempts was dropped. In India Jobs in the Govt sector are shrinking fast and eligible educated Dalit boys are not getting employment more jobs are being created in the private sector where our entry is banned. So long as reservation is not extended in private sector, situation will become bad to worst. After putting so many efforts we realized that Manuvadi Govt and Industrialists are not going to give reservation in private sector. So we had to rush for international support for our just cause. The foreign Government controlled business in India; there the concerned foreign Government may pass law to provide reservation and job quota and can ensure participation of Dalits in projects sponsored by World Bank etc. If manuvadi industrialists are not ready to share their wealth with Dalits let them share with foreign business and other International bodies.

Today India is a factory of manufacturing beggars. Dr. Arjun Sengupta’s report shows that 77% or 80 to 85 crores of people are living below the poverty line. Though India is a very resourceful country but we have the greatest numbers of poor people in the world. We have to exert our rights that the remedy. Least but not last point I want to add that the Govt of India amended the Citizenship Act 2003 where in Bengali Refugees can not get Citizenship. Before conclusion I want to make an announcement that BAMCEF organized conference of Davits in every year, this year it will be held at Nagpur from 25th to 28th December 2011. I invite all of you to attend in the said conference.Thank you.

2nd Session:-

My dear brothers and sisters,
In this computer era casteism prevails everywhere India. The PTI News published on 31st may 1997 that a newly appointed principal in a collage of Bihar Mr. Kameswar Jha washed his chair by holy Ganga water as the earlier principal was a Dalit. In the year 1997 at Village Gopinathpur PS: Narayangar, Disit. Midnapur West Bengal the Hari Communities fought for getting permission to worship puja at local Mandir. In Kolkatta also in the Duraga puja of Dompara the Dom people are not allowed to participate in the Puja. .In the birth place of Raja Ram Mohan Ray the pioneer of renesa movement and he stopped satidaha, satidaha means after death of husband living wives was cremated along with the dead body of her husband and during that period one man had many more wife’s. . Village: Khanakul, the birth please of Ram Mohan, there are two separate burial grounds. /Shaswan Ghat one for Brahmins and another for non Brahmins. . Few years ago, in the District: Ganjan of Orrisa Vill.: Dhunburi the apper caste people charged fine of Rs 1.5 Lakhs to Dhopa Community against charges that they want to increase Rs. 50 per year instead of 20 for washing clothes of upper caste for this absured demand they not only fined for Rs. 1.5 lakhs they stopped to takes crops from their fields and physical assaults also.Although Napit people also denyed to cut hair and wash the leg of upper caste in that area. In the District Shibgang of Tamil Nadu State one Dalit women Panchayet Prodhan was stabbed by knife by an upper caste man when she hoisting flag in India Independence Day.

On 28th July 2001 in Mou city the birth place of Babasaheb Ambedkar some Chamar people went shaswan Ghat/Burial Ground for creamation of a dead body, suddenly began heavy rain, there was no shed in the burial ground marked for lower castes, finding no way out they brought the dead body to the sheded area marked for upper castes. After having this, the upper caste people vehemently attacked with strict and sharp weapon to the Chamar Basti and destroyed the Jhuggi Jhopris of chamars. . In Village Dudas Distt: Debas of Madhya Pradesh. As per the Government reservation policy the panchayet post declared reserved for Scheduled Tribe Woman in panehayet election 2001. There was only one Tribal family .in that village but they also went-out another area due to torture of .the upper caste, then the upper caste people prayed to Govt for dereservation but Govt. did not agreed. .Then the Muslim people of that village brought that Tribal family and one woman from that family become panchayat pradhan but she have to do work by the instructions of upper caste peoples. Similar fact happened in Manasha Gram Panchayat. Wherein upper caste people forcefully or by showing threat of murder they used to take sign of ST illiterate woman panchayat pradhan and by that papers the living man showed dead and siphoned Government money, . Once it come notice to the D.M. then the facts reveals.

After the earth quick in Gujrat and after Sunami in south India during the distribution of relief materials, Dalit peoples were discriminate and deprieved badly. The Government constructed some temporary shelters where the upper caste people refused to stay with Dalit peoples. So the Government has to make separate shelters for Dalits celebrated economist Nobel laurite Prof. Amarta Sen’s report shows the dismal condition of dalit students in primary education system. . Many political parties make dalit issues and shows crocodile tears. There are so many organizations and groups working for the upliftment of Dalit and to change the social systeam, few of them are BAMCEF, Bhanat Mukti Moreha, and All India confederation of SC/STs. Depressed Classes Lcague, Ambedkar Missions, Hari Guruchand Matua Mahasangha, and Prometheous. Dalit Samaj Mahajote, Guru Rabidas Seva Sangha, Mulnibasi Samaj Sangha etc and different caste based Samities like Namasudra Samity, Koibarta Samity .etc there are many cultural groups also like Santikunja in west Benpal etc. There are vanious types of divisions and ill coordinations amongst the groups and there are also ledership problems. . Now some dalit leaders introduces a new policy to arrange puja, marriage sarads etc. without Brahmans. The Dravir Mahasangha is trying to form religious Parlament to make the new systeam of puja and other religious ceremonies avoiding Brahmins and sanstkit mantres they prepared new mantras/chants by citing the name and Misson of Dr. Ambedkar and other dalit messiahs. I extend my heart felt thanks to the Manusher Jonnya Foundation for organizing this Dalit Conference. I also request them to spare some pages on their website for only Dalit issues and to coordinate all Dalit organizations. Thank you once again. Posted on April 06, 2011

Dear Brothers/Sisters-Jai Bhim.
We wish to inform you that Bhartiya Samanvaya Sangthan(Lakshay) is organising a "Bahujan Janjagran Rally" from Faridabad(Haryana) to Rashtriya Dalit Prerna Sthal(Noida-UP) which has been built up by Behan Mayawati CM UP, on 11 December 2011(Sunday). Rally will start at 11 AM, from Ambedkar Chowk NIT Faridabad. Rout of rally : Ambekar chowk NIT, Ajronda Chowk...,Badkal Chowk, Badarpur(Delhi), Kalandi kunj to Noida (UP).

You are cordially invited to join the rally and show our solidarity and thanks to Behan Mayawati CM UP for the great jobs.
Yograj Pakodar (Mob: 8802032038), Chief Commander - Haryana, Bhartiya Samanvaya Santhan(Lakshay) Posted on November 29, 2011

You are cordially invited for a talk on

by : Dr. Suresh Mane, National General Secretary of BSP,
(Ex Professor and Head of Department of Law, University of Mumbai, India, PhD in Indian Constitution Law )
On Nov. 19th, at 2:30 pm. at Sri Guru Ravi Dass Temple, 6221 16th St, Rio Linda, California - Talk: Hindi & English

About the speaker
In his career of law professor for more than 25 years, Prof. (Dr.) Suresh Mane has a long list of publications, including more than ten books, seven monographs and fifty articles on a wide range of issues, such as, law, economics, politics, social history, human rights, social struggles and Indian Constitutional law. His important literary contributions include “Glimpses of Socio-Cultural Revolts in India” (2006), “Indian Constitutional Law: Dynamics and Challenges” (2007), “Crime Criminal Law & Criminology” (2008), “The Man Who Codified Indian Independence”(2010), “The Global Law” (edited-2011) and “A Paradigm Shift in Legal Education & Research” (edited-2011). Some of his books have been also translated in Tamil & Malayalam languages. On different subjects of topical importance, he has contributed more than 50 research papers in national and international seminars & conferences. He himself has been the chief organizer for many national as well as international seminars and conferences. Dr. Mane few months ago took voluntary retirement from his teaching career of 25 years at University of Mumbai to devote his full time for Babasaheb Dr.Ambedkar’s mission. He has another very important responsibility in his social career. He is the National General Secretary of BSP and holds the responsibility for the entire South India.

Note: Dr. Mane is basically visiting U.S for an academic activity at Syracuse University, NY. We took this opportunity to set up his lecture in Sacramento & Bay Area.
With Regards
Gurbux Singh Bagha and Naresh Barsagade (Posted on November 16, 2011)

Day: Saturday, Date: June 11th, 2011, Time 5:00pm to 11:00pm
An event by Bamcef International (Bacward & minority communities’ employees’ fedration) and OFMI (Organization for minorities of India)
“What are we having this liberty for? We are having this librity in order to reform our social system,
which is full of inequality, discrimination and other things, which conflict with our fundamental rights.” Dr. Ambedkar
The program will includel speeches on the life & mission of Dr B R Ambedkar and the impact of legacy upon modern India. A dinner will be served in celebration.

For more info, email or call Jassie Banga at 916 796 5003 or Palwinder Mahi 530 237 7080 Posted on June 05, 2011


This is to inform you that Mr. Pramod Kureel (MP) has started the BAMCEF at BHEL Trichy. For the last 20 yrs Dr Ambedkar Employees Union has been functioning at BHEL Trichy without any political identity due to which the labors and employees suffered a lot in BHEL.

Mr. Jeevan kumar, The State General Secretary of BSP had long negotiation with the Office Bearers and the members of BHEL and finally they accepted to join in BSP movement. On 23 May 2011 around two thousand and five hundred SC/ ST/ OBC and Religious Minority members of BHEL have enrolled their name in BSP movement.

In Mission
A. louis Please click here for more Please click here for more pictures regarding yhis news

Posted on May 27, 2011


Astonishing Behaviour of Dhenkanal Administration:Police again tried to Arrest Er. Hota in Hunger-Strike,but failed.

Dhenkanal (27/5) – Today, the hunger-strike of Er. Debashisha Hota,the convenor of Krishak Sangharsh Samiti,reached at 5th day.The Collector is worried of the rising public support to this movement for the sake of the poor farmers.But he doesn’t reach at the place of hunger –strike till date.
Astonishingly, by his topmost pressure, the town thana incharge with his force reached at Er.Hota today at 10.30 am & said that you’ve been arrested for your detoriating health by IPC-307.”Please call the Medical team.If they say this after my thorough medical check-up,you can arrest me”, Er.Hota replied. When the medical team examined Er. Hota,they reported that Er.Hota’s health is fine even after 5th day long hunger-strike. This failed the 2nd attempt to arrest Er.Hota & to destabilize the ongoing great movement.

Today, when the medical team reached at the hunger-strike place Er.Hota reported them that the ADMO Dr. Hota examined him on 23rd night at 10 pm & said that the blood pressure of Er.Hota was excess low at that time.Whereas he was arrested just after 3 hours i.e., at 1 am of 24th, by a false case of the Tumusinga Police.”Without the due permission of the ADMO,how the police arrested me, there should be a high-level enquiry for this”,Er, Hota demanded.

If the Collector doesn’t give the time limit to fulfil our agreed 20 demands by written immediately,the farmers’ movement will be at the extreme stage & the Collector will solely responsible for the law-and-order situation caused due to his undemocratic behaviour,the district Secretary of Krishak Sangharsh Samiti Niranjan Sahu threatened by a press release.

Today,at the 5th day of hunger-strike the President of Lawers’ forum Subodh Mohanty,district general secretary of Bharat Swabhiman & Patanjali Nimain Charan Mohanty,eminent socialist Antaryami Rath,top leader of RSS Sarat Panigrahi ,Secretary of Gondia development forum Malay Singh,Convenor of district ungranted professor & employees’ association Samir Sahu ,District secretary of VHP Chiranjiv Nanda,top student leader Er.Biswajit Mohapatra & eminent farmer leader Sudarshan Nayak are the important social leaders who reached at Er.Hota & support him for this great movement. Posted on May 27, 2011

Dear Mr Prem Chumber,

My name is Siddhartha Valicharla. I am a Mulnivasi currently living in Milwaukee, WI. I am involved in working for our community and have recently attended the 27th National BAMCEF convention in Durgapur. I was actually the iauguarator of the session (Please see links below) and have come back with renewed energy and purpose. As part of this, I have recently started an awareness program here to gather international awareness and support for our movement. I think I can learn a lot from what you have achieved in Canada and would like to get in touch with you

I would like to develop our friendship and would even be open to attending any sessions that you mighthave for celebrating our history and culture (Babasaheb, Guru Ravidas, Guru Nanak, Gautam Buddha).

Link1: Please see page 9 for my speech

Link2: A reply given to my American friend

It would also be of great help if you can introduce me to our Mulnivasis in Milwaukee and Chicago area.

Jai Mulnivasi
Sidd Valicharla (414) 687 3103
Posted on January 24, 201



BAMCEF’s 27th National Convention was organized from 19th to 22nd December 2010 at Ayothi Dassar-Periyar ground, (Pachappaya College ground), Chennai. This convention was a grand success in line with the objective set forth for the convention by the CEC of BAMCEF. In all 1000 delegates from different states participated in this convention with two international delegates from UAE and USA. The convention was inaugurated by Dr. P. Murugesa Boopaphi (Vice-Chancellor, Tamil Nadu Agriculture University, Coimbatore) and Mr. S. S. Dhammy (National President, BAMCEF) presided over the session. The convention was organized on two fronts. One was related only for caders and other part relating to mass awakening sessions. Three group discussion topics were designed for delegates, whereas three mass awakening sessions were organized for general awakening of the mass. On the first day of the convention all the present delegates were grouped into 7 different groups comprising of 20 to 30 delegates to discuss the delegate topics. In all 21 groups were made so that there will be participation of each and every delegate in the group discussion. These 7 groups in each topic, were having there different group leaders, which again consolidated their views on one particular topic and the same were conveyed to the present delegates on respective delegate session days. The delegate topics kept for discussion were

1) “Understanding the missionary organization, Obstacles in involving SC/ST/OBC and religious minorities in the missionary organization and means to overcome”

2) “Necessity of generating perennial and matching financial resources to accomplish the objective of missionary organization”

3) “The role of Mulnivasi identity in running the Phuley-Ambedkarite movement. The attack from counter forces and ways to tackle them”

These sessions were conducted by CEC members and were presided by senior functionaries of BAMCEF, like, Mr.S.S.Dhammy, Mr.B.D.Borkar and Mr.Dayaram

The mass awakening topics kept for discussion were

1) “Head count of OBC’s after the census is an eye wash by the Government and is detrimental to the constitutional rights of OBC’s”

2) “Do the religious minorities ever expect justice from a judiciary commanded by Brahminism”

3) “The changing face of Brahminical terrorism, a threat to national security and integrity”

Various dignitaries who delivered there awakening speeches were, Mr.Shiv, Nandan Ram (Retd. IAS, Patna), Mr.Vidhu Thalai Rajendra (Gen. Sec. PDK Chennai), Dr.Manisha Bangar (National President, Mulnivasi Mahila Sangh), Dr.K.S.Chawhan (Sr.Adv. Supreme court), Dr.Shiv Jatan Thakur (Eng. Deptt, Patna University), Mr.Azhariaha Bishop (CSI Chennai), Dr.Ajit Chahal (Law Dept. Kurukshetra Uni.) , Prof. D.Peda Raju (Dept. of English, Andhra University)

All these three sessions were conducted by CEC members and Presided by Mr.H.S.Patel, Mr.Kaleem Ansari and Prof. P.D.Satyapal.

One session was dedicated to the offshoot wings of BAMCEF to make aware of their developments in their respective fields.

Other Highlights of the convention were

1) There was continuous heavy rain for the initial two days of the convention, but despite of the rain the convention went as per the plan and all the commited caders of BAMCEF attended all the sessions without fail

2) All the residential, dining and main pandal arrangements were made rain proof

3) Various noted Book centres (Gautam Book centre-Delhi, Panchsheel Book centre-Nagpur) participated in the convention from different parts of the country beside heavy rain.

4) In the Inaugural session the book “BAMCEF in brief” in Tamil Language was inaugurated at the hands of Chief guest of the convention, whereas “Mulnivasi calendar 2011” was inaugurated at the hands of Sr.CEC member, Mr.B.D.Borkar

5) Two other books translated in Tamil language were also inaugurated in different sessions

6) The first day BAMCEF Flag hosting ceremony was followed with traditional Mulnivasi dance by a group of Mulnivasi activists of Tamilnadu.

7) The 5th day of the convention was dedicated for general body meeting with thought provoking participation by the caders for the development of BAMCEF organization.

8) The convention was covered by local print media and electronic media.

9) All the caders and senior functionaries of BAMCEF felt that the purpose of organizing national convention at Chennai was fulfilled with the motivation created within the Tamilnadu caders and their commitments given in the Vote of thanks session

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Posted on December 30, 2010


Sant Raidas Nagar, Chandigarh—28th Dec 2009: Four days national convention of BAMCEF (The All India Backward and Minority Communities Employees Federation) was organized from 25th Dec to 28th Dec at a specially developed campus called Sant Raidas Nagar near Shyam Mall Sector 34, Chandigarh. The convention was inaugurated by Prof. Shyam Lal, Vice Chancellor Patna University and was presided over by Dr. Chandu Maiske (National President, BAMCEF). Prof. Syamlal while inaugurating the convention made a special reference to the very famous slogan of Dr. Ambedkar – “Educate, Organize, Agitate” and stated that it is the ‘education’ through which we have reached the positions that we hold today. Some persons in our society have become the president of India, the Deputy Prime Minister, the Speaker of Parliament or Chief justice of India and the person like me who is a Vice Chancellor of a University. This is all because of Education. In the area of Organization and ‘unity’ the caste system is a big hurdle in organizing our people. Due to the revival of Brahminism after independence the ruling castes have made conscious efforts in keeping our people divided among different castes. He added, after the great efforts made by Mulnivasi Sants and Social Reformers we had got an ideology to fight against Brahminism. Dr. Ambedkar single handedly managed to protect the interests of our people through Constitutional Mechanism. But after his death it is the BAMCEF organization which has really taken a command to organize all the backward castes into a society called Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj. This is an achievement in the context of organizing the masses. However the matter of agitation needs to be rigorously taken on task. He further stated that our own people are observed to be the strong followers of ‘Brahminism’ which prompts them to deceive our society. Thus we are facing a problem to fight at two fronts at a time. On one front we have to fight against the ‘Brahminical Force’ and on the other we are required to face our own people opposing the ideology of our forefather. The later is very difficult for handling but we must be determined to take the carvan (Mission) of our forefathers ahead. This will remove all the barriers in our way.

In his address, Prof. Shyamlal express a great concern for the rise in educational fees and the process of privatization, liberalization, globalization through which the poor is becoming poor and rich is becoming richer. This is a problem caused by Brahminism. To fight against all the Brahminical forces we are urgently required to get organize under a common identity of Mulnivasi which is being propagated by BAMCEF.

Dr. Maiske in his presidential address highlighted the burning issues faced by Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj in particular and the nation at large. The problem of acute food scarcity in the country, farmers suicides, Naxalism, Privatization and Commercialization of Education, Creamy Layer, Caste Certificates and Nepotism in politics as well as arbitrary and favored appointments in the Judiciary were amongst the most burning issues he addressed. He emphasized the need of Mass Movement for solving the problems of Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj at National level. Giving an organizational message to the cadres, he appraised the effort of the organization in Institutionalization of the functioning of Phule Ambedkatite Movement and expressed a need to extend them. He stated that the theme of the convention is –“Uproot Brahminism, the Spirit of Inequality” which is a slogan given by Dr. Ambedkar.

The discussions and deliberations held during four days proceeding were focused on the burning issues related to Mulniwasi Bahujan Samaj (i.e: SC, ST, OBC and converted minorities). We got to witness and inform ourselves with the logical and heated debates and discussion on varied topics which included subjects like: The Issues of caste certificate, Rise in educational fees, Nepotism in politics, Arbitrariness and favoritism in judicial appointments, Brahminism the root cause behind the plight of minorities communities and other backward classes, the claim of indigenous people over the Indus Valley Civilization and, the issue of mass movement to be launched by BAMCEF in coming future.

Apart from this, three-delegate sessions were dedicated for discussing issues related to organizational development and cadre building. The intellectuals from different walks of life participated. Among them were personas from different fields of knowledge cutting across all the Universities like Jawhar Lal Nehru University, Patna University, Kurukshetra University, Gujarat University, University of Lucknow, Allahbad University, Punjab University, Gorakhpur University, Humpy University, Andhra University and Swarashtra University (Gujarat). Also speakers from various reputed institutions of Govt. of India like The Department of Custom and Central Excise and Income Tax, The Indian Railways as well as many literary figures and media persons took part with full fervor.

Each day three sessions were arranged at morning, afternoon and evening. Altogether there were twelve sessions, which were held there. Each one presided by the competent authorities from BAMCEF organizations. They were Dr. Chandu Maske (National President), Mr. S. S. Dhammy, Member Central Executive Committee of BAMCEF, Mr. D.D. Kalyani member CEC, Mr. BD Borker (Chief Executive, BAMCEF off shoot wings), Mr. Dayaram (CEC member), Mr. Kalim Ansari (CEC member), Mr SF Gangawane (National Pracharak BAMCEF).

During the discussion on the issue of Caste Certificates, Dr KS Chauhan (Advocate Supreme Court, New Delhi) brought to the notice of audience; “The system of asking record of caste certificates for past 50 years from our people is a deliberate effort of harassing and technically debarring us from availing benefits of reservation policy. In order to present one’s caste certificate we eventually have to bring forth the past record of fifty years of our parents for getting our own caste certificates. This is something very uncommon and do not fit into the constitutional framework. Thus needs to be democratically opposed”.

Er. Kanha Ram (Ex-President Backward Classes Association, Haryana), asserted that the present system of issuing caste certificates needs to changed otherwise we will be forced to throw the government out of the power by organizing all Mulniwasi Bahujan people. Secondly he said, denying the representation (reservation) in the other states (other than the state of parental residence) is totally an anti-constitutional act. Constitution does not permit anybody to discriminate against any persons/citizen on the grounds of place of birth. Therefore this matter needs to be dealt with serious legal action.

While speaking on the issue of rise in Educational fees, Dr. Vivek Kumar (Professor of Sociology from JNU, New Delhi) highlighted the fact that, privatization and commercialization of education is a part of wider conspiracies hatched by the Brahmincal forces. They have brought this into practice by denying our students (to the members of backward classes and minority communities) the access to higher education. Some other speakers also expressed their serious concerns about the inability of even a Super Class-I officer in affording the higher education for their children. Thus rise in price of educational fees is exposing the culprits in their disguise. This is hampering the education of our future generation. It has been so cleverly designed that even super class one officers cannot afford higher education of their children. The chairperson concluded the discussion by making a note that nationwide awakening and agitations will be launched to protect our right to education.

The matter regarding rise of nepotism in the politics was seriously discussed by Prof. Ronki Ram (Head of Department of Political Science at Punjab University) and Dr. Munesh Kumar (Assistant Professor at the Department of Education in Gorakhpur University). They drew the conclusion that nepotism is consciously been practiced not only in politics but also in executive and Judiciary. This practice should not be tolerated as it is widely contributing in damaging the fabric of democratic values and principles enshrines in the Constitution of India. Mulniwasi Bahujan masses should teach a lesson to the rulers who are indulged in this conspiracy.

Drawing a connection from the subject of nepotism in politics an arbitrary and favored appointments in judiciary, P.N. Gangwar( Advocate Allahbad High Court ) argued that, in the judicial appointments some High court and Supreme Court judges during their tenure have favorably appointed the people from their own castes, even if they weren’t competent enough to be there. The caste like Kaysta and Brahmin have monopolized the judiciary through their over representation in it due to the practice of nepotism.

Dr N.N. Singh (Professor at the Department of Law Lucknow University) and Jai Singh Jangra (Rtd. Judge Chnadigarh High Court) also substantiated the same opinion by giving evidences from their working experiences in their own respective fields. Mr. B.D. Borkar while concluding the discussions said that the judges belonging to Brahminical forces (castes) have created a constitutional problem in judicial appointments. As on one hand they have taken the role of legislatures into their hands, i.e.: the judges of SC& HC have started enacting the legislation rather than defining the legislation enacted in the Parliament of India and on the other hand they have developed a system of appointment themselves on their own. This is being done through a concept of collegiums for appointing judges in high court and Supreme Court. Therefore a special legislation to nullify this effect is required.

In a thread bread discussion on the causes of economical and social backwardness amongst OBC Mr. H.P. Verma ( Rtd. Deputy Director, Town Planning, Madhya Pradesh) said, “ Brahmnical ideology has enslaved the minds of backward classes and isolated them from the mainstream into the brackets of their own castes. Thus Brahmnism is the root cause of their social and economic degradation. Mr. D.L. Maneshwar, a social thinker from Balagahat (MP) and Advocate P.N. Gangwar also participated on the same lines.

Mr Ivan Kostka, (Chief Editor of the monthly journal Forward Press New Delhi) opined that Brahminism is a disease and Hinduism is nothing but Brahminism. It operates through Varna shram dharama (The four Varna system of social division) and Caste System. As Brahmanism is inbuilt in Hindu culture, it has a serious bearing on the frame of mind of the backward classes who religiously abide by it which ultimately hinders their development. Therefore a large scale awakening on the issue of Brahminism needs to be undertaken.

Mr. Ashok Parmar (National President, Mulniwasi Kramachari Kalyan Mahasangh), Mr. Ramgopal Azad (Chief Superintendent Rail Ticket, Lucknow) and Mohd. Inambabu Ansari (Principal Doon Oxford School, Dehradoon) participated in the discussion on “Brahaminism as a root cause of the plight of the minorities”. The session was concluded by Mr. Kalim Ansari (CEC member, BAMCEF). In his concluding speech he clarified how the Muslims priests (Mulla-Maulavis) have incorporated Brahminisms in Indian Islam. Refering to Akbar nama he stated Brahamin favor Akbar only because Akbar had issued an order to stop backward Muslims from acquiring education. He also quoted Sr. Syed Ahmad from his famous book Badzaat Julahe to highlight the fact that backward Muslims (Pasmanda) are separate from the so-called pureblooded Muslims. He concluded that if backward Muslims confine themselves to the religious rituals only then they would not be able to come out from the clutches of Brahaminisms. He further explained how Brahaminisms has arrested the philosophy of Islam in India. “In the name of Islam the religious leaders are practicing Brahminisms. Therefore they have no alternative other than getting organized under the identity of Mulniwasi in their socio-political life so they will become a part of majority of society (Bahujan Samaj) and hence they will no more remain a minority”. He added.

A last session in the series of awakening sessions organized in the convention was on the quest of Indus Valley Civilization. In this session Dr K.M. Maitre (Humpy University, Karnataka), Mr G.L. Bhagat (Rtd. Commissioner Income Tax, Mumbai) and Dr. Naval Viyogi, a renowned Historian from Punjab, participated in the discussion. Mr S.F. Gangawane (National Pracharak, BAMCEF) presided over the session. In his concluding remarks it was made crystal clear that the creators of the Indus Valley Civilization were the indigenous (aboriginals/ original inhabitants) and not the alien Arya Brahmans.

On the last day of convention three delegate sessions were organized. In the first session the leaders of off shoot organization of BAMCEF appraise their efforts and unfolded their plans for launching a mass movement in near future to fight out all the issues concern with Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj. They were Dr P.D. Satya Pal (National President BAMCEF Teacher’s Wing). Mr Dhananjay Zakarde (National President Mulniwasi Culture and Literature Sangh), Dr. Deepa Sravasti (CEC member, Mulniwasi Mahila Sangh) Mr. U.N. Shingade (National President BAMCEF Pensioners’ Sangh) Ms. Suman Tirpude ( National President BAMCEF women’s wing), Er. Ashish Jiwane (Co-ordinator, Middle East International Network of BAMCEF). The session was presided over by Mr. B.D. Borkar. He clarified all the doubts related to launching of mass movement by BAMCEF at the earliest.

5000 delegates from 300 districts of 28 states participated in this convention. All the arrangements for them were made in the Sant Raidas Nagar Campus specially designed and built for the purpose.

On the last day of the convention it was seen that the energizing debates and discussions had left a sense of exhilaration and motivation amongst the delegates. Most of them vowed to take up the task of launching mass movement in near future as it is on first priority list of the organization. Thus this 26th national convention was noted as an unprecedented grand success by the cadres and the observers.

Posted on January 26, 2010


Harjit Singh Salhan
President Shri Guru Ravi Dass Sabha Sydney

Sydney:- Baba Sahib Dr.B. R. Ambedkar's death anniversary was commemorated in Sydney by BAMCEF international. All the speakers talked about Dr. Ambedkar's mission. Mian speaker Mr. N. A. Giakwad explained Baba Sahib's principle of EDUCATE EGITATE, ORGANISE.President of Shri Guru Ravidass Sabha Sydney Mr. Harjit Singh Salhan said Baba Sahib dedicated his whole life for the uplift of the Dalits and the down trodden depressed classes of India. He appealed International Dalit community to fulfill Dr Ambedkar ' mission because we have more resources and freedom. We can propagate his mission of humanity at international level. The other speakers were Mr. Sham Lal, Mr. Gian Banga, Mr. Rama Kant, Mr. Narinder Rahl and 8 year old girl Muskan Salhan.

All the participants pay tribute to the revolutionary leader of India by observing silence for a minute. Mr. Mandeep Rattan organized a documentary about Dr. Ambedkar's life for the audience. At the end Mr. Baljinder Rattan thanked all participants.

Posted on December 7, 2009

Date & Day Saturday 28 November 2009
Venue:- AMBEDKAR CENTRE SOUTHALL 12 Featherstone Road, Southall, Middx. UB2 5AA UK.Chief Guest Speaker Dr. Manisha Bangar

PROGRAMME: Inaugural Session: Welcoming the Chief Guest

14.00 Welcome Address by Chairperson of Organizing Committee
MR.GAUTAM CHAKRAVARTHY (Entrepreneur and Senior Phule Ambedkarite activist

14.10 Purpose and need of International network of BAMCEF- for the liberation
of Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj
MR.NIRANJAN WAGHMARE (Senior Software Consultant, London, UK)

14.25 Upsurge of Brahmanism in Indian Politics, How to halt it?
MR RAVINDRA LAGADE (Software Consultant, London,UK)

14.40 The systematic destruction of BAHUJAN Revolutionary Saints movement in India
MR HARBANS LAL VIRDEE (President, UK Buddhist Association ,London UK)

14.55 Role of NRI women in advancing and strengthening Phule Ambedkarite
Struggle to liberate the Mulniwasi Bahujan Samaj.
MRS VANDANA APPRANTI (Senior Phule Ambedkarite Activist, UK)

15.10 Need for NRIS to develop brotherhood based on Common Identity, and Common

Culture to counter rising caste consciousness
MR SHRIKANT BORKAR (Phd Research Scholar and BAMCEF Activist-UK)

15.30 How NRI youth can be educated to our forefathers on going struggle of our
Ancestors to stop assimilation into Hinduism the Braminical conspiracy
MR RAHUL INGOLE (Software Consultant , UK)

15.45 Speech by Honorable Guest Speaker
Dr. MANISHA BANGAR, National President, Mulnivasi Mahila Sangh (BAMCEF)

16.45 CONCLUSION-Heralding a New Era

17.10 Questions and Answer Session- Queries will be answered by Dr MANISHA BANGAR AND

17.40 Vote of thanks
Shiv Kumar

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By manisha r Posted on November 26, 2009

451,Bediapara Lane, Kolkata- 700077
Phone No. (033)28720195 Mb: 9831616844.e.mail:

Sub:- National Seminar on the issues of SC/ST/OBC & Minorities.

I on behalf of the above Organization would like to inform you that a Meeting of BAMCEF{The All India Backward (SC/ST/OBC) & Minorities Employees Federation} will be held on 29.11.2009, Sunday from 10 AM to 6 PM at Bharat Shava Hall / Indian Association Hall, 62, B.B. Ganguly Street, Kolkata-12(Near Central Metro Station) and inaugural meeting will be held on 28.11.09 Saturday, 2009 from 10 AM to 6.00 PM at Janaki Sundrari Rakhit Primary School, Nutan Bazar, Dum Dum Cantonment. All are requested to attend in the said meeting. It is worthwhile to mention that it is not an employees association but Association for all Dalit Mulnivasi Peoples of India and discussion will be held about the grievances of SC/ST/OBC & Minorities. The seminar has been specially designed for the NGOs and social workers who are involved in the development work for poor Dalits. Many distinguished guests and social workers will be present and widespread discussion will be held on several issues concerning development of Dalit peoples in India. A mammoth gathering will take education through this seminar. Peoples of the local areas are also very much enthusiastic about this seminar. All are cordially invited in the said Sammelon.

Please attend in the Seminar alongwith your friends and colleagues. A line of confirmation may be issued at the earliest please.

Thanking you.
Yours faithfully,
President, bamcef BjnD
By Ambedkar Mission"Posted on November 26, 2009

Dalit Sahitya Sammelon will be held on 25.12.09 and 26.12.09 at Vill: Charanpur-Mejhiaber, PS. Barabani, Asansole, Distt. Burdwan, Fooding and lodging are free. All are requested to attend in the said programme.



Full Name & Address, Phone number : ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Occupation :---------------------------Name of institution (if working) & Designation : ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Constitutional Identity : SC/ST/OBC/Minority/Others

  • Do you have any information regarding the Women Reservation Bill (WRB) (Legislative)? Yes/No
  • In the parliament and legislatures do you think that 33% reservation for women is adequate? Yes/No
  • Are you of the opinion that for adequate representation in Parliament and Legislature 50% reservation for women is required? Yes/No
  • Do women in India get equal opportunity in every sphere of life and development? Yes/No
  • Do you think that by passing the Women Reservation Bill, all women

in this country will get equal opportunity in all the spheres of development? Yes/No

  • Are you aware that WRB does not give representation to the Mulnivasi women (SC/ST/OBC/Minorities)? Yes/No
  • What is the total population percentage of women in India? Yes/No

50% (50 crore) 33% (33 crore) 20% (20 crore)

  • What is the percentage of population of Mulnivasi women in India out of the total women population in India? Yes/No

85% (43 crore) 33% (20 crore) 20% (15 crore)

  • If Women constitute 50% of the population should not women be given 50% representation in the Parliament & Legislature? Yes/No
  • If Mulnivasi women constitute 85% of the total women population, should not 85% of seats be represented by Mulnivasi women? Yes/No
  • Should women participate in the decision making process of this country? Yes/No
  • The motive behind getting the WRB passed is to increase the participation of women in decision making process of the country? Yes/No
  • The real motive behind the WRB is to decrease the representation of SC/ST/OBC and increase the representation of upper castes in the Parliament and Legislature by gaining the sympathy of women? Yes/No
  • Are you aware that there is no provision for the representation of SC/ST/OBC women in the 33% seats? Yes/No
  • Is anybody (social organization/political party) opposing the bill for the reason that there is no representation given to SC/ST/OBC women? Yes/No
  • According to the Panchayat Raj Act is there provision for representation of SC/ST/OBC women in the Panchayat? Yes/No
  • Are you of the confirmed opinion that the women elected in Panchayat are able to participate in the decision making process? Yes/No
  • Do you agree that women elected in panchayats due to there educational backwardness and traditional gender discrimination are mere rubber stamp representatives Yes/No
  • Are you aware that SC/ST/OBC women elected in Panchayat as Sarpanch etc., have faced atrocities like removal from service, indictment in false cases, rape, public humiliation? Yes/No
  • Do you consider that mere representation of women in the legislature and Parliament will remove all the prejudices and injustices against women? Yes/No
  • If the Bill is passed, will it lead to overall development of all women in this country? Yes/No
  • Don’t you think that if the Bill is passed in current shape (without giving representation to SC/ST/OBC/Minorities women) only the upper caste Women will benefit from the 33% reservation? Yes/No
  • Should all the women in the country be made aware about the WRB? Yes/No
  • Are mass awareness programmes necessary to create an awareness regarding the Bill and its implications? Yes/No
  • Is a national level organization of mulnivasi women necessary to implement the principles of equal opportunity in practice and enhance the participation of women in decision making processes of the country? Yes/No
  • Do you think that more important than legislative representation, the Representation of women in education, services (public and private) and Civil services is crucial to overall development of women? Yes/No
  • The employed women should bear in mind that they are in service as the representation of the society from where they come and that it is then responsibility to pay back to the society? Yes/No

Posted on September 07, 2008

ON OCTOBER 25th & 26th, 2008 IN MUMBAI

- Dr. Manisha Bangar
National President, Mulnivasi Mahila Sangh

    We take pleasure in announcing that the Mulnivasi Mahila Sangh is conducting a national level convention in the last week of October in year 2008 in Mumbai.

    Mulnivasi Mahila Sangh, the women wing of BAMCEF has been operational in major states of country (Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Punjab, and Uttaranchal) for the past 2 years. So far, the women activists of the Mahila Sangh having been successful in creating mass awareness about the need for women to participate and be an integral part of the Phule Ambedkarite movement .In effect , women are seen actively participating in the programmes conducted by the Mahila Sangh.


    Mulnivasi Mahila Sangh is actively engaged in building All India Organisation of Mulnivasi women (SC, ST, OBC, converted religion groups). It seeks to provide them a platform where they can collectively analyse, articulate relevant issues and problems. It is vibrant forums which allows them to and solve their problems on their own strength from the perspective of Phule-Ambedkarite Ideology.

    Its goal is to harness the energy and the indomitable spirit the Mulnivasi women towards building Mulniwasi Bharat Rashtra based on the principles of Equality Liberty and Fraternity to create a just society for their future generation.


    The Mulniwasi women are carrying forward the legacy of the ideals of our forefathers and the great Mulnivasi culture. They are the embodiment of resilence, and courage. Their capacity to face adversities, especially those emanating from the inequitous educational-socio-cultural milieu of this country stands unparalled in the entire world. However this image of their persona is not known to them. There real identity remains hidden and suppressed behind the distorted image of woman created by the Brahmanical culture. The Mulnivasi Mahila Sangh strives to restore her real identity, her real culture, her true rationalist free thinking spirit (devoid of any dogmas and superstitions) and her fearlessness. This alone will empower her to shun away the enslaving life she is leading and create a better world for herself, her children, her family and the society.


    All Mulnivasi Women are sufferers of the three tier oppression of caste system, poverty and patriarchy. But the solidarity of Mulnivasi women has received a rude shock from the unjust Brahmanical social order. They now stand divided into many castes, and as closed groups distanced from their co-sufferers. But essentially the problems of the ST, SC, and OBC women are same; the severity (of the problem) depends upon their position in the caste ladder (hierarchy).

    The ST women (at the most bottom rung) are worst sufferers of inhuman indignities. Hunger, disease, starvation, is the way of life for them and their children. Mass trafficking, prostitution, homelessness & depraved existence on streets is the norm.

    The status of SC women is no different either. The attachment of notion of impurity to their being and their emergence as a group resisting oppressive forces of patriarchy and caste has exposed them and their children to unimaginable atrocities and ignominies. The once warrior clan women have been reduced to the level of animal and no better.

    The situation of OBC and MBC women is even more pathetic. Even when SC and ST women are seen sporadically putting a brave front and releasing themselves from the shackles of bondage, the OBC women stand totally unaware of the enslavement in the Brahmanical thought and culture. Not knowing the real nature and cause of their oppression they cling to and strengthen the Brahmanical system. Merged in deep slumber they are oblivious of the dangers of the present time. In absence of a strong movement in the OBC groups they are directionless and out of pale of education, employment, a dignified living and future for their childrens seems bleak.

    The National statistics (National Sample Survey) shows that in villages the OBC and MBC women, are devoid of land and any source of income, they are in huge debt and their men are being driven away to suicide. In each and every “basti” of cities, the OBC and MBC women live in abject poverty surrounded by filth, squalor and are engaged in most low paying jobs and flesh trade.

    In stark contrast, all talks regarding the progress of women in this country, their ever increasing participation in education field their presence in art, culture and jobs which earlier were the preserve of men pertains to upper caste women only. It is only the upper caste women who have greatly benefited in the last 60 years. The mulnivasi women are nowhere near them. There is a clear cut demarcation line between the upper caste women and mulnivasi women. The former under the garb of women unity and feminism are out to fool and use mulnivasi women for their own caste interests. They try to keep the Brahmanical system alive and have never revolted against the system. Instead they have engaged themselves in all superfluous, superficial, rehabilitative activities, akin to striking a stick on placid water which only creates a few ripples, never going to the root cause of caste system and patriarchy. The upper caste women have never risen in revolt against Brahmanism. Hence we do not seek their support or participation but believe in creating our own strength.


    It is true that the greatness of any nation can be gauged by the status of the women. If this principle is applied to India, Indian society cannot qualify as being a civilized progressive society. The status of women is so pitiable that the Indian society can aptly be labeled as primitive society. Whereas in the Constitution of India provision for upliftment of women are made in article 15(39) it is seen that the spirit of the Constitution is not reflected in the society.

    Since 1950 (after the transfer of power from British to Congress) 60 yrs have lapsed but there is a rapid downfall in the position of women.

    The percentage of Mulnivasi women reaching up to higher education is a dismal 5%. The drop out rate from school is as high as 60%. They are grossly under-represented in the job sector. They form the most unorganized sector. They are nutritionally malnourished and anaemic. In absence of nourishment they are inflicted with many diseases. One in every 10 child in their family dies of want for low cost treatment. The health related expenditure of their family is second most common cause of debt and 70% of the families of Mulnivasi women cannot afford treatment for their children.

    This state of affairs spells betrayal of the Constitution by the people whose responsibility it is to see that it is implemented in letter and spirit. The mulnivasi women are victims of callous indifferent and hateful attitude of upper castes who are in power in politics, economic and religious sphere.


    Matriarchial system was the way of life in Mulnivasi culture before the invading Aryans (Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaishyas) destroyed it systematically by adopting methods of coercion, by instilling fear, by creating legends and by declaring it as word of God.

    Both the instruments of suppression i.e., caste system and patriarchy (male domination) has its origin in Brahmanical tradition, festivals, stories, epics, legends and most importantly the scriptures right from Vedas to the Puranas, which are held, sacred by the women. Sacredness prevents revaluation of its value, once sacred - always sacred and this phenomenon has lead to the perpetuation of the abominable system.


    Not aware of the real nature and motive of religion and traditional notions, Mulnivasi women out of there ignorance are seen to be clinging, strengthening and preserving the very system which degrades them.

    The ignorance of Mulnivasi women has to be removed. Our renaissance leaders like Jyotiba Phule, Savitri bai Phule, Periyar Ramasami, Narayan Guru and Babasaheb Ambedkar all strived and struggled their entire lives to remove the ignorance. But a lot more has to be done. The magnitude of the problem is of such proportions that the efforts are highly inadequate. To come out of the despondency and dependence a nationwide movement of the mulnivasi women along side the existing Phule-Ambedkarite movement run by BAMCEF is required.


    The National Convention will prove be a milestone in the history of struggles of Mulnivasi women. It is for the first time since 1950 that SC, ST, OBC women will be coming together as a united force. It will blow the bugle of emancipation of Mulnivasi women. It will herald a new era.

    The Mulnivasi Mahila Sangh activists are already working in areas of education and creating awareness on relevant issues. However a Nationwide Campaign will be launched to address the following issues urgently.

  1. Free and compulsory education to Mulnivasi women upto graduation and higher budgetary allocation for education in the Annual Budget. Privatisation of education has affected the Mulniwasi Bahujan Samaj the most. It will not be surprising that if left unfettered the next generation will be largely illiterate. The activists will establish mass public contact to pressurize State and Central Government to implement various schemes and programmes throughout the country.
  2. Free Health Services: It is the responsibility of any welfare state to make health care affordable and mostly free. On the contrary, it is seen that India’s health care system is the most privatized in the entire world (78%). The state funds only 2% of the health expenditure. Corporation funding is a mere 3% and NGO funds only 0.3%. Rest comes directly from the citizens. Instead of strengthening the Public Health System, Government Hospitals and Medical Colleges, the Govt is allowing a free hand to the corporate sector. For eg: In Andhra Pradesh the Congress Government under the project -Rajiv Gandhi Arogya Shree is giving money from government treasury to all corporate hospitals. We will expose these ruthless and merciless power brokers and create a mass awareness. The doctors and health professionals from Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj will be actively working on this front to strength Health care system & ensure good health in all stages of life from birth till old age.
  3. Movement against SEZ: Cleverly camouflaged under the term “economic development”, the SEZ’s are virtually proving to be “special elimination zones’ – eliminating the lives of Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj. Large amount of fertile cultivable land - the only source of livelihood, is forcibly been taken away from Mulnivasi Bahujan Society. The Mulnivasi women and the children are starving and men being led to suicides. The same land is given away at throw away prices to real estate owners and pseudo industrialist as lease for a life time. Employment is provided to handful as daily wage earners adopting the “hire and fire” policy with no food or financial security. Mulnivasi Mahila Sangh will actively participate in staging protests against the SEZ all over the country.
  4. Women Reservation Bill: The bill is a clearcut conspiracy by the upper castes and their political parties to usurp 33% seats (i.e 81 seats out of total 543 parliament seats) by filling upper castes women in these seats. Surprisingly even the Left Front which proclaims to be working for the masses is against giving any representation to the Mulniwasi women. We will awaken the public in this regard and expose the poisonous fangs of the so called “progressive men and women” from various organizations, and parties.,

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Posted on August 21, 2008

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