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This untouchability war by IAS Woman Officer will touch your hearts

This untouchability war by IAS Woman Officer will touch your hearts
This untouchability war by IAS Woman Officer will touch your hearts
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According to sources Dr BR Ambedkar said “Some men say that they should be satisfied with the abolition of untouchability only, leaving the caste system alone and the aim of abolition of untouchability alone without trying to abolish the inequalities inherent in the caste system is a rather low aim". Reportedly untouchability has been banned in India in 1955 thanks to the passage of the Untouchability (Offences) Act.



Furthermore the curse of untouchability is still prevalent in India's remotest parts. Accordingly in one of her routine field visits, District Collector of Dholpur, in Rajasthan, Neha Giri faced an abhorrent incident in Basedi in the district. Meanwhile she saw a young woman working as a laborer at site and right there was a stout man serving water to the laborers. Further when she inquired about the injustice in allotting work, it was said that the woman was a Dalit and that no one would drink the water served by her.

This untouchability war by IAS Woman Officer will touch your hearts

Moreover when reacting to the incident, the Collector asked the woman to serve water and broke the act of discrimination by drinking water. Perhaps she had asked the laborers to drink the water served by the woman. Hence incidents like these could pave way for an untouchability free, better and new India.


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