POSTED ON JANUARY 24, 2022
Congress had recently celebrated the death anniversary of Rohith Vemula. During that time Priyanka Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi expressed a lot of concern about Dalits, but when Dalits are oppressed in Rajasthan under their own party’s government, Rahul and Priyanka do not say anything on it.
Written by: Newsroom Staff
Jaipur. In Rajasthan, the incidents of Dalit atrocities do not seem to be decreasing under the Congress rule. The latest case is from Alwar district. Here three Dalits returning from the wedding ceremony were thrashed. According to the police, the incident took place in the Malakheda area. Here a vehicle was stopped and some people thrashed three Dalits in the vehicle. Everyone got hurt because of this. The police have registered a case in this matter, but till the filing of the news, no one has been arrested. The police is still probing what is the reason behind the beating of Dalits.
Let us inform that Congress had celebrated the death anniversary of Rohith Vemula in the past. During that time Priyanka Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi expressed a lot of concern about Dalits, but when Dalits are oppressed in Rajasthan under their own party’s government, Rahul and Priyanka do not say anything on it. Since the Congress government was formed in Rajasthan, there has been a series of crimes against Dalits and women. Cases of beating and rape of women and Dalits come to the fore every day. The Ashok Gehlot government of the state does not seem to be taking any concrete steps to stop such incidents.
BJP has been raising this issue continuously. Recently, former MP and BJP leader Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore also raised the issue of Dalit atrocities. Raising the issue of atrocities against Dalits from Nagaur to other places, he had said about the Gehlot government that during this government, Rajasthan has become number one in the oppression of Dalits.
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