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Sunday, September 6, 2009

An Appeal to GOI

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Editor: NAGARAJ.M.R VOL.3 issue. 36 09 / 09 / 2009



Honorable President and Prime Minister of India. We the dalits and others alike from all over the world are gravely concerned about the resurgence of ghastly attack & caste based cruelty on dalits, brutal Khairlanji incident in Maharashtra, Lynching of Five dalits in Haryana, barbaric attack and mutilation of Bant Singh’s hands and legs in Punjab, rape of a 5 year old minor dalit girl in UP are just the tip of the iceberg about dalit atrocity. Recent incidence of a rape of a 5 year old dalit girl in U.P, in which the local administration including the police has been stalling the FIR (first information Reporting) filed by the girls father until the issue got widely publicized by the press, no action was taken. The little poor girl is savaged by these Hindu animals, the girl required to undergo multiple surgical procedure just to rescue her from incomprehensible, inhuman behaviors of adult Hindu's who rapped a child, her parents cannot afford to help the girl medically as the medical care is beyond the poor parents means, this is India. So is the case of a dalit singer Bant Sing in Punjab. These incidents remind us all of the dark ages of the mankind that was grossly uncivilized. In state of Haryana, the brutal incidences of Gohana and Kila Jafargarh, in which jats out rightly waged war against the dalits, burnt their houses and beat their women, children and elderly, lead their exodus from their native place where they have been living for generations. These attacks on dalits are unleashed by caste hindu’s were grossly unaccounted and police did not take appropriate actions. Sir, you have the moral responsibility to protect the armless innocent dalits. Otherwise a farce is made of Indian democracy. We demand on behalf of dalits of India the following actions by the Indian government under your tutelage:- 1. Chief Ministers of Punjab, Haryana, Maharashtra must be asked to resign and a new Chief Minister be elected , who is able to protect and defend dalits, otherwise it will have adverse political effect for the Congress party and Central government to the sovereignty of our nation. 2. Home Minister too must be made responsible and accountable for the inefficient law and order, home minister must take stern actions against the rogue states which have failed to maintain law and order in the country, criminals should be booked under atrocities act, who must spend time in jail and make their life difficult and be made to realize that if you commit a crime, you will be treated harshly as a deterrence tool. 3. And federal/central forces have to be called to maintain law and order in vulnerable areas were innocent dalits were targeted and systematically attacked by upper castes. Dalits lives should be protected at any cost, a special task force, law and enforcement constituting dalit specialists and trained dalit experts should be posted in these areas. 4. The victims and their families that were affected must be completely rehabilitated and compensated for the loss of their loved one's. The government cannot restitute a dead person of one's loved one, it is such a miserable state of law in India. In this internet age and communication era, the news of atrocities on Dalits spread all over the world in a blink of an eye. Taking no action or delayed justice to victims only will bring further shame and bad name to the nation of India and to your ruling government. Sir, please note that these events are not without repercussions in India or overseas. Thus, Sir, we appeal to your able and good office to ask you and or your agents i.e. the Central and State government to intervene immediately on dalit atrocity on an EMERGENCY basis. How many lives will be lost and how much blood must be spilled before intervention. Dalits freedom, dalits life and their well being are constantly in danger, your immediate intervention is needed to safeguard dalit community and our society. Jai Hind. Vande Mataram . Your’s Sincerely,


Dear Sir ,

INDIA: A lower-caste family faces social boycott to pressure them to leave

Names of the victims: 1. Naranbhai Dayalbhai Sarvaiya, head of the only Valmiki family in the community, resident of Shampara (Khodiyar) Village 2. Danjibhai Naranbhai Sarvaiya, son of Naranbhai residing in the same household 3. Dipakbhai Naranbhai Sarvaiya, son of Naranbhai residing in the same household 4. And the other four family members of the Sarvaiya family residing at the same household in Shampara (Khodiyar) Village Names of alleged perpetrators: 1. Mahindra Singh Vikuba Gohila, of the dominant Darbar caste, Shampara (Khodiyar) village council leader 2. Nine accused belonging to the Darbar caste, residing in Shampara (Khodiyar) Village Date of incident: September 9, 2008 to present Place of incident: Shampara (Khodiyar) village, Shihor Taluka, Bhavnagar District

I am writing to express my concern about the case of caste-based discrimination, including the implementation of a social boycott, against a single Valmiki (lowest Dalit sub-caste) family reported from Shampara (Khodiyar) village, Shihor Taluka, Bhavnagar District. I am informed by Navsarjan, a human rights NGO based in Gujarat that the rest of the community in the village are involved in this incident.

On May 2008, the Darbar family residing in the plot adjacent to that of the Sarvaiya family demanded that they divert their disposal of their waste water elsewhere to avoid it from flowing to the public road where other household also dispenses their water. The Darbar family, as part of an upper caste, have since been afraid of being 'polluted' by the proximity of the Valmiki family. This was aggravated by the flowing of waste water coming from the Sarvaiya's household onto the road. The Sarvaiya family usually disposes waste water underground but when the rainy season comes, it overflows onto the road.

However, when Naranbhai refuses to divert their waste water, nine persons from the Darbar-caste had physically attacked Naranbhai and his two sons. Meanwhile, the accused had also verbally abused the women. In response to this incident, the community decided to impose a total social and economic boycott on the Sarvaiya family.

I am also concerned about the manner the case had been handled by the police and the government. Though a First Information Report (FIR) was registered on the day of the assault, there was no mention of any provision of the Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) (SC/ST) Act, 1989, the principal legislation intended to protect vulnerable castes.

Furthermore, there is no FIR registered on the boycott and hence there has been no government relief, compensation or rehabilitation provided to the affected family despite the clear requirements of the SC/ST Act. It took three visits to the Social Welfare Office before the Social Welfare Office agreed to visit the village. However, he too held caste bias. He did not even speak to the Sarvaiya family but simply looked at the housing plot from outside.

I urge you to take action on these clear violations of the SC/ST Act as well as the Protection of Civil Rights Act, 1955. I therefore request that:

1. An investigation be ordered on the social boycott practiced against the Sarvaiya family in Shampara (Khodiyar) village by the Social Welfare Office, and the findings made public; 2. A FIR be immediately registered by a police officer of a rank not below that of the Deputy Superintendent of Police, that includes all relevant and proper sections of the SC/ST Act; 3. A proper case be registered under the provisions of the SC/ST Act, against the social boycott in particular, against all the accused; 4. The boycott be officially recognized by the Social Welfare Department as long as necessary by the responsible authorities; 5. The victims of atrocities be given immediate relief, compensation, as well as economic and social rehabilitation, as entitled under the SC/ST Act.

Your’s sincerely,



Dear Sir ,

INDIA: Authorities must do more for a 14-year-old girl who was raped then shot

Name of the victim: 1. The 14-year-old daughter of Mr. Khargi, a permanent resident of Bankati Village under the jurisdiction of Sujauli Police Station, Bahraich district, Uttar Pradesh state Names of alleged perpetrators: 1. Mr. Mohammad Ateek, son of Atees, resident of Bankati Village under the jurisdiction of Sujauli Police Station, Bahraich district, Uttar Pradesh state 2. Police Officers at the Sujauli Station Date of incident: July 10, 2009 at 11:30 am Place of incident: Mr. Khargi’s home in Bankati Village, Bahraich district, Uttar Pradesh state (under the jurisdiction of Sujauli Police Station)

I am writing to express my concern about the lack of police action after a 14-year-old girl was raped then shot in her home in Bankati Village.

I am informed by QIC-AC UP, a NGO based in Uttar Pradesh, that the victim was molested and raped by Ateek while her father, her only remaining family member, was away working in the fields. When she shouted for help, Ateek took out his air rifle, shot her on the left side of her heart and attempted to run away.

When Mr. Khargi went to file a complaint, the police refused to accept it until a local NGO sent a complaint. The FIR was filed on July 10, 2009 and the charge sheet has been sent to court.

An FIR has been filed against the culprit, Ateek under Section 354 for assault or criminal force to a woman with the intent to outrage her modesty and Section 300 of the Indian penal Code (IPC), 1860, which are punishable by seven years’ imprisonment and/or a fine.

Outrageously, the police have not performed their sworn public duty and conducted an investigation. Instead, they have been threatening the girl and pressuring her father to withdraw the complaint, as well as to give the police a monetary bribe.

I am deeply concerned about the manner the authorities is dealing this case. I therefore urge you to immediately intervene to ensure that an effective investigation takes place in this case. The action taken by the Sujauli police should also be looked into. I therefore request that appropriate are taken to ensure that:

1. The victim is subjected to a medical examination and her statement recorded immediately;

2. The charge be amended and a case of rape registered against the accused.

Your’s sincerely,



Dear Sir,

I am writing to call on your government to ratify the International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance. As you know, the Convention was adopted by the UN General Assembly by consensus on 20 December 2006 (A/RES/61/177). The Convention will be an effective way to help prevent enforced disappearances, establish the truth about this crime, punish the perpetrators and provide reparations to the victims and their families. As countless people continue to be forcibly disappeared throughout the world, the prompt entry into force of the Convention and its ratification and effective implementation in all countries must be a priority for the international community. By taking action without hesitation, your country will be among the first 20 countries to ratify the Convention and thus instrumental to its entry into force. The Convention is among the treaties highlighted at the “2009 Treaty Event: Towards Universal Participation and Implementation” which will be held from 23 to 25 and 28 to 29 September at the UN General Assembly. The UN annual Treaty Event would provide an excellent opportunity to ratify the Convention. The ratification of the Convention would constitute an unmistakable signal that your government is committed to ending this gravest human rights violation. I therefore urge you to ensure that your government: • sign and ratify/accedes to the Convention at the earliest opportunity without any limiting reservations; • make the declarations required under Articles 31 and 32 of the Convention, thus recognizing the competence of the Committee on Enforced Disappearances to consider communications from individuals and states parties; and • take the necessary steps effectively to implement the Convention at national level soon after ratification. I thank you for your attention to this important matter and look forward to your response.

Your’s sincerely ,


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