Bhim Army to protest tribal eviction and 13 point roster on March 15

Written by Sabrangindia | Published on: March 4, 2019

Chandrashekhar Azad led Bhim Army is organizing a protest rally at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi on March 15 to express Bahujan resentment for tribal evictions and the 13 point roster. Addressing the rally, Azad will take aim at the govt’s inaction and unwillingness to address the concerns of the community.



 
The Bahujan community has been angry with the central government’s inaction and collusion over stripping and diluting the SC/ST/OBC reservations. After the Supreme Court ordered the eviction of tribals from forest lands on Feb 13, there have been many protest rallies across the nation. The forest-dwelling Adivasi communities have been demanding their rights over water, forests and land. The move to erase SC/ST/ OBC representation in universities is taking full force due to the 13 point roster. The Bahujan community has been organizing and facing obstacles in voicing their sentiments ever since their rights have come under the scanner. Bhim Army is again engaging at the grassroots level to pressurize the centre to keep Bahujan sentiments at the fore of their policies.
 
Chandrashekhar Azad led Bhim Army is organizing a 'Bahujan Hunkar rally' at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi on March 15 to express Bahujan resentment for tribal evictions and the 13 point roster. Addressing the rally, Azad will take aim at the govt’s inaction and unwillingness to address the concerns of the community.



He will demand the restoration of the 200 point roster, a stay on the eviction of tribals and release of youths arrested under NSA on April 2. Bhim army has urged all its social activists to organize, unite and make the rally a success for future generations.






Azad addressed a rally in Roorkee, Uttarakhand on Feb 23, 2019.