Reservation for Upper Caste: The Shocking Reality

I had written a post a year back or so on how Manuwadis are diluting Reservation system. In their nefarious attempt, they took a giant stride recently by introducing 10% reservation for so-called Economically Weaker Section(EWS) among upper castes.

Here is the post: How Manuwadis Are Weakening Reservation From Within?

History has witnessed the way the Manuwadis have diluted reservation system slowly but steadily.

Firstly, to dilute the category of SC and ST, they slipped many non-SCs and STs people into the SC/ST and even OBC brackets. Have you ever headed surname ‘Joshi’? This caste group in North India belongs to Brahmin. In Uttarakhand, many of them have been classified as ST. Similarly in Himachal Pradesh, a section of Brahmins with surname ‘Sharma’ have been classified into OBC category.

In early 90’s in Gujarat many upper caste groups have been demoted to OBCs. Current Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has fully exploited his new found OBC identity to become Chief Minister of Gujarat for a long time then becoming Prime Minister of Country. OBCs population comprise largest category of Indian population (54%) and were misled to believe that Modi is one of them. Narendra Modi is actually a stooge of Upper Caste Brahmins and people of his own caste called Baniyas. And no wonder, he is now serving their interest rather than interest of OBC populace.

There are many such examples of how so called upper castes have sneaked into SC/ST/OBC category.

Secondly, India adopted a mixed economy as planning tool. This policy started as early as 1954/55. Barring few strategic sectors and nascent industrial sector, all other sectors are handed over to private sector. The private sector which employs largest number of population has kept reservation out from private sector. The State, Political Parties, the Court system and the so-called intelligentsia are party to it.

Non-reservation in Private sector assumes enormous significance because they are gradually cornering public sector inch by inch but not vice versa. At present, more than 90% of GDP contribution comes from private sector. Now you can easily gauge the enormous space private sector occupy in Indian Economy. Brahmins and Baniyas dominate the private sector. Still Manuwadis feel SCs/STs are snatching jobs from their hand.

By excluding private sector from purview of reservation the Manuwadis ensured that their hegemony remains unchallenged. While it is important that private sector contributes and assists the government led public sector in growth and development of the economy, but alas, it’s not all Laissez faire here. The maladies of crony capitalism run deep in India. The nexus between corporate and political parties is such that India is one of the nations with highest NPA (Non Performing Assets) in the world. Billions of loans of corporate mafias belonging to Upper Castes are being written off regularly.

I don’t want to dig deep into Corporate and Govt nexus. My point is not applying reservation in private sector in guise of merit is a total farce. As per Govt data, in 2014 public sector accounted less than 5% of total workforce employment. The rest 95% were in private and informal sector. So, SCs/STs corning jobs in India is a big myth.

Thirdly, the introduction of reservation for OBCs (Other Backward Classes) has resulted in many unintended consequence. It is true that the movement was led by backward class leaders themselves. The term Other Backward Classes had been very loosely defined with many loopholes. This led to many upper caste groups finding their way into OBCs bracket. From time to time many upper caste groups are included into OBC category.

Like the above loopholes were not enough, the current govt led by BJP, which is actually a party of the Brahmins, by the Brahmins and for the Brahmins, has introduced a staggering 10% reservation for less than 3% of 15% of so called upper caste.

The criteria for availing reservation are baffling. The new policy introduces a term EWS (Economically Weaker Section) among Upper Castes. The criterion is that any citizen/household with income of less than 8 lakh per annum is eligible for availing reservation.

The 8 Lakh thresholds is nearly 1 million Indian Rupees. This is a very high cut off. Entry level Group A officers and entry level specialists in private sector earn around 5 lakh per annum. So, 10% reservation is nothing but a blatant privilege added to so-called upper caste groups’ kitty.

The 8 lakh threshold is nearly 20 times of what an average household earn. An average Indian household earn 616$ per annum while the threshold of 8 lakhs equal to nearly $13000 per annum. A household that earn nearly $13000 USD per annum in developing country can’t be poor. This is blatant casteism and an attempt to segregate lower caste populace further.

The criterion to define EWS is actually a tight slap on anti-reservation forces who were claiming a large section of poor are there among upper caste people.

The cunning and racist Manuwadis not only introduced a blatant 10% reservation for upper caste people but also antagonized current reservation policy by classifying it into social and economic category. They classified reservation for SC/ST/OBC as social category while reservation for upper caste as Economic type. This implies that there is no economic backwardness among OBC/SC/ST while the upper caste scums are economically backward. And that’s irony of a shithole called India.

There are numerous studies by international agencies that overwhelming majority of poor are from SC/ST/OBC and Muslims but Manuwadis think otherwise. The move will further widen the economic inequality between the rich so-called upper caste and poor lower castes


Gang-raped by Security Personnel 13 Years Tribal Girl Commits Suicide in Orissa


The 13 years old gang-rape victim

Few months back, I had published a story of a tribal school girl, who was gang raped by four security men in Koraput and the trauma she was going through. I also had highlighted how the victim was being harassed and attempt being made to shield the perpetrators. Below is the link to the post.

4 Security Personnel Gang-rape Tribal Minor Girl in Koraput

Now I’m sorry to inform the outside world that the little girl has committed suicide just three days back. Nothing to be shocked about in the nation of rapists, criminals and animals. Let alone getting justice, she and her family were constantly harassed by Orissa state administration and police. After the ghastly rape, the government instead of identifying and arresting the rapist security personnel detained the victim’s family members in the pretext of questioning. Their harassment was such unbearable to her and her family members that she finally decided to take her precious life.

The state admin and police tried to pin the blame on Naxals but failed in their objective. Later Human Right Cell of Orissa state police and State Crime Branch conducted an investigation and concluded that the victim was not raped at all. The report tried to pin the blame on victim and give it a love angel but the report has been trashed since them.

I am quoting the report below. See yourself the brazen way the state govt is trying to cover up the incident.

During the investigation it was found that there was no sign of a sexual assault on the victim. The reports of the Sahid Laxman Naik Medical College & Hospital-Koraput and the MKCG Medical College & Hospital-Berhampur doctors also said the same thing,

Papun, (16), a local boy, was last time seen with the victim at the spot where she was allegedly gang-raped. During interrogation in the presence of the Child Protection officer of Koraput and independent witnesses, Papun strongly reiterated that on that day (the day of the alleged gang-rape) at about 11 am, he had met his cousin that is the victim.

At the alleged spot of the gang-rape, the victim asked Papun to marry her. But, he refused and gave her a hard push on her back, and as a result, she (victim) fell down.

She got off, tore her school uniform and threatened him that if he does not marry her, she will say in the village that Papun had raped her. Fearful, he agreed to marry her and requested not to tell the rape story to anybody in the village.

The girl agreed and gave him a passport size photo of her. She decided to tell her family that the clothes were torn when four COBRA cops raped her.

A polygraph test of Papun was conducted October 16, 2017 at Bhubaneswar. The polygraph test report reveals that all the irrelevant questions were found positive and all the relevant questions found deceptive.  No DNA except that of the victim was found on the exhibits collected from the victim.”

The boy Papun in the report is actually the cousin of the victim. Can you believe a little girl studying in 9th grade will have this satanic plan/idea in her mind? She would not even know full form of what COBRA stands for.  You can clearly notice  the brazen way the govt is trying to cover up the ghastly crime, twist the story and pin the blame on the victim.

The investigation was done before the victim committed suicide. Her family members constantly harassed. She was even lured by none other than state DGP to sign a blank paper in exchange of 90,000 Indian Rupees. Finally, the little girl decided enough is enough and ended her tender life.

Another indigenous innocent girl fell victim to lust of Mauwadis. These beasts have no shame. No humanity. Justice is mirage for Dalits and Tribal. Crime against them is a privilege that these evil Manuwadis can commit without fearing any consequence.

Rest in peace, angel. Good Bye!



Merit or Brahmin Privilege: How a Corrupt Lawyer Become Chief Justice of India ?

By Nilim Dutta

(This article is taken from public domain and copyright by author)

Pandit Godabarish Mishra was a Brahmin who was born on 26 October 1886 in what is now the present district of Khordha in Odisha. He completed his primary education from the village school and then received his higher education from the Puri District School in 1906 and enrolled in Ravenshaw College. He received his B.A. in Philosophy in 1910. He obtained his M.A. in economics in Calcutta in 1912.

Please note that he had obtained a Masters in Economics in 1912 while children of most Dalit-Bahujan-Adivasi are still struggling for access to primary education more than a hundred years later. At the time he had obtained a University Degree, Dalits children were not even allowed to enroll in schools.

A question had arisen in my mind to which I have not found an answer yet. 20 years before Pandit Godabarish Mishra was born, that is in 1866, Odisha suffered one of the worst famines in India’s history. One third of Odisha’s population had reportedly perished in this famine through starvation deaths. I wonder how Pandit Mishra’s family had survived through this devastating famine.

“Pandit” Mishra went on to participate in the non-cooperation movement, rose through the ranks in Congress, got elected to the state legislature in the very first Legislative Assembly Elections held in Odisha in 1937 from the Banpur Legislative Assembly Constituency. In 1941, he became the Finance & Education Minister in Odisha and held the portfolio till 1944.

It was when Pandit Godabarish Mishra was holding the all important portfolios of Finance & Education as a Cabinet Minister, two very important institutions were established.

Pandit Godabarish Mishra, introduced the Utkal University Bill, which was passed by the Odisha Legislative Assembly on 30th June 1943. On receiving the Governor’s assent on 2nd August 1943, the Utkal University Act, 1943 came into force, clearing the way for the foundation of Utkal University on 27th November 1943. The University started functioning from this date in room no. 15 of Ravenshaw College, Cuttack. It was the first University of Odisha.

Ravenshaw College was Pandit Godavarish Mishra’s alma mater from where he had received his B.A. in Philosophy.

The other important institution, the foundation for establishment of which was laid during his tenure as a cabinet minister, was the High Court of Odisha at Cuttack.

Pandit Godabarish Mishra remained a member of the legislative assembly of Odisha from the Banpur Constituency from 1937 – 1945 and again from 1952 till his death on 26 July 1956 at the age of 70.

It is thus clear that Pandit Godabarish Mishra left behind considerable social and political capital to his next generation in inheritance, besides material wealth.

What did the next generation of Mishra’s family do?

Pandit Godabarish Mishra was survived by his three sons (I don’t know whether he had any daughters).

Raghunath Misra (Born – 30 June 1916. Died – 20 March 1990)
Loknath Misra (Born – 21 Nov 1922. Died – 27 May 2009)
Ranganath Misra (Born – 25 Nov 1926. Died – 13 Sept 2012)

Raghunath Misra (1916 – 1990)

Record of Odisha Legislative Assembly reveals that Raghunath Misra was a “matriculate”. I am unaware of what other “merits” he had, but he inherited his father’s Constituency, Banpur, and was elected twice consecutively to the Legislative Assembly of Odisha, 1961-1967, 1967-1971 as a MLA of the Congress Party.

He also, reportedly, “took keen interest for the upliftment of Adibasis and Harijans in the constituency,” whatever that means. Considering the state of Adivasis and Dalits at present, I can only imagine how much upliftment actually happened.

Raghunath Misra had one accomplishment, however. He fathered a son, Dipak Misra, who would became a lawyers in due course of time.

While Raghunath Misra was a MLA, his younger brother, Loknath Misra, was elected to the Rajya Sabha as a MP, and his youngest brother, Ranganath Misra was elevated to the bench of the Odisha High Court as a permanent judge.

Loknath Misra (1922 – 2009)

Godabarish Mishra’s second son, Loknath Misra, was more illustrious. Again, I don’t know what “merit” he had, but records show that he was a Member of Parliament in the Rajya Sabha, representing Odisha, for three consecutive terms from 1960-1978. He was a member of the Swatantra Party.

When Loknath Misra’s elder brother Raghunath Misra was a MLA in Odisha, and he himself was a MP in the Rajya Sabha, and when a Swatantra Party Government was in power in Odisha, their younger brother, Ranganath Misra, was elevated to the bench of the Odisha High Court as a permanent judge in 1969.

Loknath Misra was made Governor of Assam on 17 March 1991 by the Chandra Shekhar Government at the Center. He continued to hold the post till 1 September 1997 throughout the tenure of P.V. Narasimha Rao led Congress Government at the Center, and for a brief period from 1992 – 1993, held the charge of the Governor of Nagaland too.

At the time Loknath Misra was appointed the Governor of Assam, his younger brother, Ranganath Misra, was already the 21st Chief Justice of India.

Loknath Misra’s son, Pinaki Misra, continues in his father’s footsteps and had been elected a Member of Parliament to the 11th, 15th, and 16th Lok Sabha and is a sitting MP from Odisha’s Puri Lok Sabha Constituency.

Ranganath Misra (1926 – 2012)

Godabarish Misra’s youngest son, Ranganath Misra, became a lawyer and joined the Bar at Cuttack on 18 September 1950. He was elevated to the bench of the Odisha High Court as a permanent judge on 4 July 1969. At the time, his eldest brother, Raghunath Misra was a sitting Congress MLA of the Odisha Legislative Assembly and his other elder brother, Loknath Misra, was a sitting MP of the Rajya Sabha from Odisha.

It may just be coincidental but when Ranganath Misra was elevated to the bench and made a judge, the Chief Justice of Odisha High Court was another Brahmin, Justice Gati Krushna Misra and the Prime Minister of India too was a Brahmin, Indira Gandhi.

Ranganath Misra became the Acting Chief Justice of Odisha High Court on 6 Nov 1980, and held the charge till 16 January 1981 when his appointment as the Chief Justice of Odisha High Court was confirmed.

Ranganath Misra was appointed a judge of the Supreme Court of India on 15 March 1983.

In the aftermath of the anti-Sikh pogrom in 1984 following assassination of Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister, Rajiv Gandhi appointed a one man Commission to be headed by Ranganath Misra in MAy 1985 to investigate horrific massacre. The Commission submitted its report in August 1986, which was then made public in February 1987.

The Ranganath Misra Commission on Anti-Sikh Pogrom completely whitewashed the involvement of Congress leaders in the pogrom as also the complicity of police and officials.

It recommended no criminal prosecution of any individual, and it cleared all high-level officials of directing the pogroms. In its findings, the commission did acknowledge that many of the victims testifying before it had received threats from local police. While the commission noted that there had been “widespread lapses” on the part of the police, it concluded that “the allegations before the commission about the conduct of the police are more of indifference and negligence during the riots than of any wrongful overt act.

Ranganath Misra went on to become the 21st Chief Justice of India on 25 September 1990 and held office till 24 November 1991.

It was while he was the Chief Justice of India, his elder brother, Loknath Misra was appointed the Governor of Assam, on 17 march 1991.

After his retirement, in something which appears to me to be black humour, Ranganath Misra became the first Chairman of the National Human Rights Commission in 1993. In 1998, he was elected to the Rajya Sabha as a Congress MP from Odisha.

In 2007, Ranganath Misra was appointed to head the National Commission for Religious and Linguistic Minorities.

Dipak Misra (1953 – present)

When his nephew, Dipak Misra, son of his eldest brother Raghunath Misra, joined the Bar and started practising in the Odisha High Court, Ranganath Misra was a sitting judge of the High Court.

When Ranga­nath Misra was elevated to the Orissa HC, his chamber passed on to R.C. Patnaik (who also went on to become an SC judge). From Patnaik, the chamber (and clients) passed to Ranganath’s older son, Devanand Misra, till his premature death, when Dipak Misra took over.

It was in 1979, when Dipak Misra was a lawyer practising in the Odisha High Court where his youngest paternal uncle, Ranganath Misra was a sitting judge, the grandson of Godabarish Mishra, former Finance & Education Minister of Odisha, son of former MLA of Banpur Raghunath Misra, nephew of former Rajya Sabha MP Loknath Misra, and nephew of sitting judge of the Odish High Court Ranganath Misra, he had applied for and obtained a lease of two acres of agricultural land from the government of Odisha.

In the affidavit filed by him (as a condition for allotment) he said: “I am Brahmin by caste and the extent of landed property held by me including all the members of my family is nil.”

In a CBI inquiry in 2012 directed by the Odisha High Court, as response to a Writ Petition before it, the CBI found that:

“In this case, Shri Dipak Mishra, S/o Raghunath Mishra, Vill-Tulsipur, PS- Lalbagh, Cuttack & permanent R/o Banpur, Puri was sanctioned 2 acres of land by the then Tahasildar Mr. J. A. Khan on 30.11.1979 at Plot No 34, Khata No 330, Mouja- Bidhyasharpur.

The allotment order of Tahasildar was cancelled by ADM Cuttack vide Order 11.02.1985. But the record was corrected only on 06.01.12 as per the order passed by the Tahasildar, Cuttack only after 06.01.2012.

Enquiry has already revealed certain instances of irregular leasing out of government land to ineligible beneficiaries by the Tahasildar, Cuttack Sadar during the period 1977 to 1980 in Bidyadharpur Mouza. Though some of the cases of irregular lease were cancelled by the ADM (Revenue) on review but the leaseholders had not vacated the said land. Even the records were corrected after 06.01.2012 even though the lease was cancelled during 1984-85.”

What Dipak Misra had shown as early as 1979 wasn’t “Brahmin Merit”. It was nothing short of “Brahmin Genius”.

For such merit, Dipak Misra was elevated to the bench of the Odisha High Court and appointed as an Additional Judge on 17 January 1996. He sought transfer and moved to the Madhya Pradesh High Court on 3 March, 1997. He became a Permanent Judge of the Madhya Pradesh High Court on 19 December, 1997.

It would be important to note that when he was elevated to the bench of the Odisha High Court, his older uncle Loknath Misra was the Governor of Assam, and his younger uncle, Ranganath Misra was the Chairperson, National Human Rights Commission, after having retired as the 21st Chief Justice of India.

When Ranganath Misra was elevated to the bench of the Odisha High Court in 1969, his chamber passed on to R.C. Patnaik. When Dipak Misra joined the Bar, he started in his uncle’s old chamber under R.C. Patnaik. When R.C. Patnaik was himself elevated to the bench of the Odisha High Court in 19 Sept 1981, it was passed on to Ranganath;s older son Devanand Misra, who tragically died prematurely. Thus, by 1981, two persons who had close relations with Dipak Misra, were on the bench of the Odisha High Court – his uncle Ranganath Misra, was the CHief Justice, and R.C. Patnaik, his senior, was a judge.

When Ranganath Misra was serving as the Chief Justice of India, he opened up the way for R.C. Patnaik to be elevated to the Supreme Court as a judge. R.C. Patnaik was to serve till 27 July 2000 but died prematurely barely a few months after his elevation to the Supreme Court on 30 May 1992.

It would be a little preposterous to believe that him being the nephew of a former CJ, Odisha High Court, and the CJI, and in whose chamber he had practised law, had no role to play in his elevation to the bench of the Odisha High Court as an Additional Judge in 1996.

It was while serving as a judge in the Madhya Pradesh High Court, from 3 March 1997 till December 2009, another meritorious Brahmin judge, Arun Mishra (son of a former Madhya Pradesh High Court Judge) joined the bench, on 25 October 1999.

Dipak Misra went on to become Chief Justice, Patna High Court on 23rd December, 2009, and then become the Chief Justice of Delhi High Court on 24th May, 2010.

It is believed that former Chief Justice of India, H.S. Kapadia had an instrumental role in first transfering Dipak Misra to Delhi High Court as Chief Justice, and thereafter elevating him as a Judge of the Supreme Court on 10 Oct 2011.

Even while he was a judge of the Madhya Pradesh High Court, Dipak Misra showed extraordinary “merit” by admitting a Writ Petition by one Shyam Narayan Chouksey, who stated that he was extremely hurt that people in the cinema theater did not stand up when the National Anthem was shown being sung by a child actor in the Bollywood Movie, Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham.

Going further, Dipak Misra, ruled in this case on 24 July 2003, that singing of the National Anthem should be deleted from the film because it was not properly picturised and that its exhibition in cinema theater or broadcast over TV/Cable without the scene deleted can amount to an insult to the National Anthem as there is no way to ensure that people would stand up when the same is being sung in the film.

Isn’t that just brilliant?

By another Brahminical Miracle, the same petitioner, Shyam Narayan Chouksey, came back after 13 years to the Supreme Court of India in 2016, with another Writ Petition, this time, seeking playing of the National Anthem be made mandatory in all cinemas and that all should stand up while it is being played. By yet another Brahminical Miracle, in violation of Supreme Court Registry norms, the matter got listed before a bench headed by Dipak Misra even though he should not have heard it because he had passed a judgment on the same matter n a petition filed by the same petitioner 13 years ago in Madhya Pradesh High Court.

This was even before his name got mired in many more questions of “merit”.

In the suicide note left behind by Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Kalikho Pul on 13 July 2016, he has clearly alleged that Aditya Misra, brother of Dipak Misra, had asked for Rs. 37 crores from him through intermediaries to get him a favourable judgment in the case for restoring his government to power, although allegations weren’t against Dipak Misra alone.

In spite of such conduct, Dipak Misra became the Chief Justice of India on 28 August 2017. Even before he could complete 5 months in office, matters went down hill so fast that the four senior-most judges of the country, his fellow judges in the 5 judge Supreme Court Collegium, yesterday called for an unprecedented press conference and let it be known to the whole country that they have had enough. India’s judiciary is one of the most conservative of institutions and when four of its senior-most judges revolted against the CJI, one can easily guess that they cannot take the diktats of a landless meritorious Brahmin anymore.

In question are extremely sensitive cases being somehow allowed to be heard by a bench headed only by another meritorious Brahmin judge, his fellow judge from Madhya Pradesh High Court who got elevated to the Supreme Court in 2014, Arun Mishra, who is 10th in seniority among the 25 Supreme Court judges.

Interestingly, Arun Mishra was among the first three judges, and senior-most among the three, who were appointed to the Supreme Court by the Modi Government on 7 July 2014. Of course it is the Supreme Court collegium who selects and makes the recommendation and in his instance, this collegium was headed by either CJI Sathasivam or his successor, CJI Lodha.

In question are these cases:

  1. Sahara Birla Diaries
    2. CJAR and Kamini Jaiswal petitions in Medical College bribery scam
    3. PIL on death of Judge B.H. Loya.

All the three cases are politically extremely sensitive with needle of suspicion pointing towards either Modi, Amit Shah, or the CJI. Why have all the cases have ended up before Arun Mishra?
Because of Brahmin Merit.

Dipak Misra is the living example of how a landless Brahmin Advocate can become the Chief Justice of India through sheer hard work and merit. He is the living proof that Brahmin merit beats everything – caste privilege, nepotism, favouritism, skullduggery, and outright lies and fraud – to succeed.

Note: It just took me an afternoon, out of curiosity, about the merit of the present Chief Justice of India that I discovered what I have written. Every statement about his family that I have made above is FACT, and verifiable. Even if I am haulde up for contempt, I would not change a word of what I have written here. Read and think how Brahmins continue to have a stranglehold on privilege, wealth, and power, through a stranglehold on the legislature, judiciary, bureaucracy, and the academia.

Dipak Misra is a living example of the rot that caste had perpetuated in this country. He began his life going to a school named after his grandfather while children of Dalits have to struggle to not get sucked into what their previous generations were doing, while children of Adivasis have to struggle not to die of malnutrition.



Supreme Court or Supreme Corrupt ?

They say India has Independent judiciary that doesn’t succumb to any pressure or bias. They function strictly as per rule and conventions. The judges like angels descended on earth to deliver justice impartially. ROFL,  just kidding!

Indian Supreme court and the court system under it are anti-Dalits and corrupt to the core. The judges have Constitution of India in their hand but Manusmriti in their heart. The court system is manned by Manuwadis, who are overwhelmingly Brahmins. These judges and lawyers are such cunning and shameless that even Devil will be ashamed of himself.

At present Indian Prisons are full with Dalits. Every fourth prisoner in India  is a Dalit. They account 22% of total prisoners while their population is only 15%. Dalits constitute largest group in prison, who are followed by Muslims at 20% and tribal 17%, totaling more than half of the prisoners rotting in Indian prison.

The Dalits are not a violent group. Centuries of physical and mental oppression have made them timid. One Brahmin boy can terrorize five Dalits boys. They don’t have a criminal mindset, generally speaking. But they are majority in Indian prisons. Manuwadis court system hate them.

The Manuwadis always quote of the POTA (Prevention of Atrocities Act) and assert to outside world that India follows a positive discrimination policy that constitutionally protect the vulnerable Dalits and Tribals. But nothing is far from truth. The POTA is toothless act. No so-called upper caste criminal eery languishing in any Indian prison convicted under this act. Even so-called high casted criminals booked under the act are ultimately let go by Manuwadi judicial system.

At present there is no Dalit judge in Supreme Court. The Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, a Brahmin corrupt crook. He was involved in illegal land acquisition in Orissa, medical scam in UP, and his also name figures in Khalko Pui’s suicide case. Dipak Mishra is an RSS agent who openly voices against reservation. The previous two CJI were very corrupt people. Jagadish Kehar’s name to figured in Khalko Pui’s suicide case. Justice Markenday Katju has exposed the corruption of then CJI H.L.Dattu who has many illegally acquired prime properties in prime locations.

Last year the corrupt supreme court dismissed case of Gujrat High Court judges taking plots from Gujarat Government to deliver favorable judgments. The condition of pathetic judicial system in India is such that the corrupt crook Dipak Misra became judge in the Lucknow Medical scam case where he is one of the accused.

A Dalit High Court Judge named K Kannan last year tried to expose Indian corrupt judiciary. Apparently he had a list of corrupt Supreme Court Judges with evidence. This miffed the Supreme Corrupt (Supreme Court)  and they got Kanna arrested by labeling him mentally unsound. Now Justice Kannan is rotting in the prison.

Down Indian Manuwadi Judicial System. Down Supreme Corrupt.

A Participant and Eye Witness’ Account of Bhima Koregaon Violence Against Dalit


The Vijay Sthamb (Victory Pillar) at Bhima Koregaon, is a symbol of pride and self-esteem for Bahujan Samaj. It’s the source of inspiration for many. To pay homage and respect to the ancestors and great martyr soldiers of the Bhima Koregaon Battle and also to participate in ‘Rajya-sthariya Bouddha Sahitya Sammelan’ (State-level Buddha Literature Convention) held at Sanaswadi, other poets and I along with activists were present at Bhima Koregaon for two days namely 31.12.2017 – 01.01.2018

On 01.01.2018, an armed mob violently attacked Bhima Koregaon, Shikrapur, Sanaswadi, Perne and brought these villages to halt. Peaceful and un-armed Bahujan who gathered at Bhima Koregaon, to pay homage, were cowardly attacked by casteists mobs in which many vehicles were damaged, and several people were injured and bleeding. The roads were blocked, and right from morning they forcefully closed shops in order to deprive gathered people of food or water. People from buildings nearby were pelting stones and bottles. Even you must have seen news and videos of the same.

Bhima Koregaon- Sanaswadi

The State-level Buddha Literature Convention was held at a place owned by a dedicated activist from Sanaswadi, 80-year-old Sudamdada Pawar. The place was near to his residence as well. For many years, Sudamdada Pawar and his family host the Bahujans, who visits Bhima Koregaon to bow their head and pay respect. On account of the cowardly attack, Sudamdada Pawar on 01.01.2018 filed a N.C complaint against unidentified persons at the local police station. That day in the afternoon, many people who were wounded and scared for their lives came for safety to his residence. He enquired about them and calmed them down, gave them shelter and also provided food and water. He demanded police protection for the literature convention but to no avail. Since the roads were blocked, after gauging the situation, we left the place to return to our respective places via Chakan in the evening. While returning, we witnessed many helpless ladies, children, young boys and girls, senior citizens at frequent distance en-route. Roads were messy with shattered pieces of glass and damaged vehicles.

Meanwhile, there at Sanaswadi, after the literature convention was over, and the sun had set, Sudamdada Pawar’s residence was cowardly attacked by the casteist mob. They vandalized the 7-8 vehicles of fellow literati. They broke and damaged the gate and shamiana too. They didn’t stop here, they even burned his farm. Until yesterday’s noon, approximately 100-150 females were there at his residence. Currently, Sudamdada Pawar has been given police protection.

Manusmruti has come to life, long back, the only formality that remains is- it’s declaration.  As per Manusmruti, Bahujans i.e. shudras and ati- shudras are prohibited from having any property. By keeping in mind what it suggests, communal, casteist people, damaged the vehicles of Bahujans. “You are our slaves” that is what it clearly indicates. Buddha’s thoughts were buried in this land, which was reinvigorated by Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar. Now efforts are being made to denature and bury Dr. Ambedkar thoughts.

From thousands of years, our Bahujans are facing atrocities and we are still struggling against it.

Against aforementioned cowardly attack, and for our pride, self-esteem, for the right to justice, Buddhist comrades have fiercely commenced their fight. Before pre-independence era, we had many other knowledgeable persons from our community with Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, but after 1956 Dhamma Diksha, ‘Panther’ Buddhist community is fighting the battle alone, while we are reaping the benefits of reservation, how long should such a thing continue?

We should identify and recognize our true friends and foes, and we should participate and contribute to every single battle for our right to justice along with our fellow Buddhist comrades…. Right from Una– Gujrat’s incident,  UP’s Saharanpur, Buldhana’s naked parade incident, to cowardly armed attacks and murders of Bahujans, bahujan thinker we must take a lesson out of it…or else new peshwai has arisen. Soon, we’ll have to bear pots around neck and broom behind our back. Of course, privatization, liberalization, globalization is bound to change their course in due time but caste – and class-based exploitation are bound to stay, as it is.



The Curious Case of Bhim Army Founder Chandrasekhar AKA Ravan

If you are a Dalit and want to pay back the Manuwadis in same coin, think again. The heartless, savage and barbarian Manuwadis will do everything to stop you. They are beast and don’t have a heart. They lack empathy.  A young man named Chandrasekar founded Bhim Army with sole objective to fight back the increasing atrocities by Manuwadi forces on innocent Dalits.

What did he get in return?

No sooner he was arrested and that too with false charge. He was jailed for long but managed to secure bail from High Court recently. Before he could see freedom a serious and false ‘national security’ charge was slapped against him and detained by Manuwadi UP government led by  a criminal narcissist thug turned Chief Minister goes by name Yogi Adityanath.  The young man Chandrasekhar was beaten up by so called upper caste criminal inmates inside jail. After he was rejailed he was allegedly beaten up by police and now fighting for life in District Hospital in Lucknow.

So what actually happened?

Chandrasekhar was accused by criminal Yogi Government as main conspirator in Saharanpur riot case and serious charges under various sections of IPC was slapped on him, and subsequently he was put in jail.

Chandrasekhar was a lawyer and he founded Bhim Army to help Dalits fight back and empower them to realize their full potentials. It runs around 300 schools for Dalit students to study without fear of caste discrimination and harassment. The schools are run by Dalit teachers. Bhim Army protested vociferously against caste atrocities that are reported almost Daily basis. It garnered support of large number of Dalits in less time, which alarmed the right wingers.

The criminal Manuwadis were looking for a pretext to arrest Chandrasekhar and finally they found one in Saharanpur riot case. Chandrasekhar has nothing to do with the riot. Neither he was he in Saharanpur at the time of riot nor he hail from that town. He merely protested against the riots in Delhi as Dalits were the victims in the riot. The state machinery including police sided with Thakurs and house of Dalits were burnt and were chased out fro, the villages.

The Saharanpur riot was between the so-called upper caste Thakurs and Dalits.  It started when so called high caste Thakurs took a procession of their Hero Maharana Pratap through Dalit villages with provocative slogans and playing loud music. No permission was taken from the village cheif for the procession. The Dalits protested, which led to a clash between two caste groups.  Dalits were beaten up and their houses were burned with active aid of police.

After the incident many protests took places across India by Dalit organizations. Chandrasekhar organized a massive protest in Delhi against Saharanpur violence. He demanded compensation for victims and called for a Mahapanchayat ( A grand villeage level assembly). The police disrupted the assembly and he was arrested and accused as main conspirator in the riot case – a case where he has nothing to do anyway. The UP High Court granted him bail after years in jail but the very next day UP government detained him and subsequently arrested by slapping national security charge.

The arrest and harassment of Chandrasekhar by Criminal Yogi is done in behest of RSS. Yogi Adiyanath has countless criminal charges pending against him. He is a casteist monster and rabid Muslim hater. Once he even advocated raping dead Muslim women. Now the criminal self-rightous  Manuwadis have become judge and law unto themselves.

It is to be noted that many right wing organizations like RSS, Bajrang Dala, Hindu Sena, Rama Sena etc exist, who openly advocate and indulge in violence against minorities, Dalits and Tribals. Their very existence is against secular principles of constitution. They openly indulge in  lynching, abusing women and disrupting activities of others but go scot-free.

The Manuwadis could not tolerate a small organization like Bhim Army that advocates welfare of Dalits and take up their cases. The future of Dalits is very bleak. Chandrasekhar was ray of hope for Dalit community but now he is fighting for his life.

Four So-Called Jawans Gangrape a School Girl in Koraput

A 14 year tribal school girl in Koraput was brutally raped by four men. Guess what? The rapists are men in uniform, a unit of CRPF. The culprits are not arrested yet. Rape was confirmed in the medical report. But the regional DIG of police has washed police hand off from the case by stating that the two Jawan camps are 25 kilometers from the place of rape and so the jawans can’t be held responsible.

The logic of this high official is ridiculous. Koraput is a Naxal affected area and the army have vehicles at their disposal. The Jawans patrol the area in motorcycles. The place where rape happened falls in their jurisdiction. The raped girl has clearly said four men in uniform has raped her in a isolated are in the jungle.

The girl was returning home alone from a nearby town named Kunduli, when the rapist Jawans intercepted her, and took her to isolated area in jungle and took turns to rape her brutally. Her family also said that the four rapists are in Jawans. This is not first time these evil police forces have raped any tribal girl. In nearby district Malkangiri, personnel belonging to CRPF have raped many tribal girls. Their atrocities on tribal women in Chattisgarh is well documented, but the rapist forces are roaming free.

The Odisha Govt and police are  trying to suppress the incident because it is a blot to their image. First they blamed the naxals for rape. The Naxals strongly denied their role. But now they are blaming victim’s kin. Four of the relatives of victim were detained and intogorrated. It is nothing but harassment and threat to these hapless people to change their statement.

It is shame the Chief Minister of state Navin Pattnaik has not done anything except condemning . The live of tribal and Dalits have cheap to these evil race. Imagine their mindset when they can rape a 15 years school girl so brutally and mercilessly. More shocking is their holier than thou attitude and disowning the incident blaming the victim instead. This is typical solipsist Hindu mentality.

The entire state machinery, police and judiciary are anti-Dalits and anti-tribals. Tribal are indigenous people of the Koraput region.  The Manuwadis have gone to settle there and have established their base in Koraput and small nearby towns like Patangi, Semiliguda  etc. Their main objective is to garb lands of tribal through devious methods and procure goods produced by tribal people at very cheaper rate and sell them high on urban market.

The tribal of Koraput are slowly losing their habitats and lands. The innocent people can’t fight the evil Manuwadi with polic, judiciary and army in their hand.