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Justice elusive- No Dalit Vote for KCR this time : Ambedkar National Congress

Hyderabad: There were many incidents of violence against Dalits within the state such as Dalit Ph.D. scholar Rohith Vemula from University of Hyderabad, who killed himself in 2016 in the wake of alleged caste discrimination by university authorities.
At the time, when students defendant the KCR’s government of not doing enough, the President of Ambedkar National Congress, Mohd. Kazim Ali Khan said that KCR had to face the consequences for betraying Dalit. This election, not a single Dalit voter will vote the ruling party.
Nawab Kazam Ali Khan whose party’s mission to uplift Dalit, alleged that Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao had betrayed the Dalits by creating false promises for his or her upliftment in separate Telangana State.”
ANC President further said that KCR secures to form Dalit as Chief Minister and cheated them when attaining power. Similarly, he secures to waive all the facility dues of the Dalits, however on the opposite hand the govt. was forcibly fleecing the Dalits to pay the bills, the same and further that the govt. had additionally unsuccessful on the promise of providing 3 acres of land to the Dalits.
In March 2017, the murder of a Dalit youth, Madhukar, for being love with a girl from a dominant caste in Peddapalli district’s Kathalapur was another case that sparked huge outrage.
The incident was criticized by all parties, with one amongst the victims even recently attempting to sacrifice himself close to KTR’s campaign rally for Justice.
However, many social scientists and political observers checked out the option patterns of the community and said that they need ne’er voted taking violence into thought.
Recently a news portal reported that Prabhakar Chouti, a pursuit scholar and Dalit activist from Osmania University said, “Dalits in Telangana is trying to find an alternative, however, that doesn’t mean that they’re leaning towards the Congress or parties crystal rectifier by higher castes. They do not wish to envision TRS ruling once more.”

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