Speaking for vulnerable is in nature of politics
In a veiled support to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for its 'Anusuchit Swabhimaan Sammelan', it can be easily said that it is the nature of politics to speak for vulnerable and for the communities who have been marginalised. The political parties must be given the freedom to speak for the rights of the downtrodden, the vulnerable and the exploited without committing violence or social division.
There is a need to respect the Supreme Court and its judgements especially to the matter in the extremely backward classes or to schedule tribes who have been denied such rights on an institutional basis for millennium... it is better to say this with honest concern and with due respect for the Supreme Court. It is the nature of politics where one speaks for the vulnerable, where one speaks for the downtrodden, exploited. And duty bound to speak for the communities who have been marginalised. What is politics all about if people cannot make things right that is wrong.
If the BJP's associates with the Dalits, is something which is actually motivated for the good of the Dalits... while torturing and beating the Dalits on flimsy reasons of eating beef or using dead cow’s skins, the BJP is making such a statement of its symbolic association with the Dalits can not be understood. But political parties must be given the freedom without creating either violence or social division to speak for the rights of the downtrodden, the vulnerable, and the exploited.
The sammelan started from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's constituency, Varanasi, where party SC Morcha state president Kaushal Kishore addressed a gathering in Aurai (SC reserved) on Tuesday. Union Minister Krishna Raj addressed the next meet in Gonda district, and the party has also engaged Union Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal, Agra MP Ram Shanker Katheria and other SC leaders to address these meets. The series of Sammelans will conclude in Jhansi on January 20.
The state has 84 Assembly segments reserved for SCs, and the party is holding 'Anusuchit Swabhimaan Sammelan' in one reserved constituency in each of the 18 divisions in the state. It is better for the BJP to clarify its stand before mandate and whether it support the basic and community’s cultural needs of the Dalits in using Chamar related businesses or continue to beat the Dalits after winning the mandate by misleading.