Dalit Sinha Garjana to be held on February 11 in Rajahmundry
Dalit Sinha Garjana which is to be held on February 11 in Rajahmundry is a movement led by Vijay, the in-charge of Kadapa district in Andhra Pradesh. During the unveiling of the Dalit Simha Garjana poster, Vijay expressed his disappointment with the current government for removing 26 schemes that were benefiting the Dalit community.
Vijay stated that previous governments had provided subsidized loans to Dalits, but the current government has not given a single loan. He claimed that although the government claims to prioritize education, it is actually depriving poor students of their right to education. He also highlighted that accommodation and education benefits have been reduced, hindering Dalits from pursuing higher education Vijay criticized the allocation of seats in the new medical college in Kadapa district, alleging that half of them are being sold instead of being given to deserving candidates. He also criticized the use of SC sub plan funds for the Amma Odi scheme, considering it inappropriate.
Vijay mentioned that the state government did not use its funds to build the Ambedkar statue. He further added that Dalits had hoped for better conditions under Chief Minister Jagan but have become disheartened since Tirupati’s appointment. The event saw the participation of Dalit leaders, activists, and members from various associations in Kadapa district
Courtesy : THI
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