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नल से पानी पीने पर दलित बच्चे के साथ जातिवादियों ने की मारपीट, टूटी रीढ़ की हड्डी ।



स्टोरी – साहिल वाल्मीकि

राजस्थान- राजस्थान से एक दिल दहलाने देने वाली खबर सामने आई है. इन दिनो राज्य मे दलित अत्याचार के मामले लगातार सामने आ रहें हैं. बाड़मेर के तिरसिंगड़ा गांव से एक दलित छात्र की पिटाई का मामला सामने आया है. जानकारी के अनुसार स्कूल से घर आते वक्त कुछ जातिवादियों ने बच्चे के साथ बुरी तरह से मारपीट की जिससे छात्र की रीढ की हड्डी टूट गई.

बताया जा रहा है कि बच्चे की गलती इतनी थी कि उसे प्यास लगी थी और पास में लग नल से उसने पानी पी लिया. इस दौरान नल के मालिक ने बच्चे को जातिसूचक गालियां दी साथ ही उसके साथ मारपीट की. परिवार का आरोप है कि बच्चे को मारपीट कर पास के ही खेत में फेंक दिया था जिसके बाद पड़ोसियों के माध्यम से बच्चे की जानकारी परिवार को मिली. परिवार जैसे ही बच्चे के पास पहुंचा तो बच्चा बुरी तरह से रो रहा था. परिवार ने बच्चे को अस्पताल में भर्ती करवाया. पीड़ित परिवार का आरोप है कि बच्चे और परिवार को धमकाया कि उस गली से होकर वह लोग ना गुजरे नहीं तो अंजाम बुरा होगा.

इस घटना के बाद परिवार सदमें में हैं साथ ही डर के साए में जी रहा है कि आगे चलकर परिवार व बच्चे के साथ किसी भी तरह की अनहोनी हो सकती है. वहीं पुलिस ने एससी-एसटी एक्ट के साथ कई धाराओं में अरोपियों के खिलाफ शिकायत दर्ज कर जांच कर रही है।

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Madhya Pradesh: As hospital denies ambulance, an SC child sits at roadside with his two-year-old brother’s body



In Morena, Madhya Pradesh, eight-year-old Gulshan was found sitting at the roadside against a wall near a drain for two hours with his two-year-old brother’s dead body. He was waiting for his father to return with some transport after the hospital refused to provide an ambulance.

Poojaram Jatav, the father of the late child Raja is a resident of Badfra village in Ambah, brought his son to Morena District Hospital. Raja was suffering from anemia and ascites, and died during the treatment.

After the death, Poojaram was refused from hospital for an ambulance back to the village. He was asked to get it outside the hospital which would have cost him around Rs 1500. That was an unaffordable price for a poor rural Scheduled Caste family. He asked his eight-year-old child to stay and look after the body with a hope of returning with some help. 

This was noticed by some locals and a journalist who reported the incident. The hospital staff then had to manage an ambulance for Poojaram. 

Most of the senior doctors inside the hospital were occupied with the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s rally when this happened, reports Times of India

The visuals of this incident took the internet by storm, followed by a massive outrage resulting in the MP Government ordering the local administration to look into the matter and report to them for further actions.

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Nepal: Brihaspati Sada does not return from Mahajan’s field



Like every other day, Brihaspati Sada from Dhanusha district of Madhes province in Nepal left for work. But this time, he did not return.

Brihaspati had left for work hungry. It was his pay day and he did not want to get late for work. Mahajan owed him a good pending amount from the last many days, as well. 

The Mahajan himself showed up at Brihaspati’s home that scorching afternoon. “Your husband has collapsed,” he told Jasiya. 

When the mother and her children rushed to the field, they found Brihaspati dead. His body was later taken to Janakpur for autopsy.

The family has not received the autopsy report even after 15 days. “We know they will tell us he died of alcohol abuse or a chronic condition,” Jasiya tells Naya Patrika, “but he was absolutely fine. This is a murder.”

Brihaspati worked as a bonded farmer at Mahajan Sakal Yadav’s field. That was how he looked after his big family of 14. 

At least 20 people from the Madhesi Musahar community die under such circumstances but the government does not take these issues seriously, Nepal National Musahar Association states. 

Millions of money is spent annually to facelift the Hindu temples in Dhanusa district but the plight of Dalits remain unaddressed.

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Uttar Pradesh: 11 years later, life sentence announced for the murderers of a Dalit man



A sessions court in Muzaffarnagar on Thursday sentenced three brothers to life imprisonment for murdering a Dalit man 11 years ago.

The brothers Ramesh, Amresh and Dhanpal paraded the body of 35-year-old Karam Chand on a bicycle after the murder in Nirgajani village of Saharanpur Division. This incident took place in April, 2011.

Not just that, the three brothers threatened the entire enraged community with severe consequences if anyone filed a criminal report against them. 

11 years later, they are arrested as per the provisions of SC/ST act and other various sections of the Indian Penal Code.

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