Panther Bhai Saheb Jadhav
Maharashtra State President
Bhai Jadhav, who lived in Thane, completed his higher education in engineering. Bhai Jadhav had a tremendous atmosphere in the house of Ambedkar. His grandfather had participated in the Satyagraha of Chavadar, so that he inherited the social struggle for Babasaheb Ambedkar.
Panther Nilest Mohite
Maharashtra Secretary and Spokesperson
Nilesh Mohite, who lives in Raigad district, has completed his education in MBA, Nilesh Mohite, who has been living on rural land, has seen close relatives of the community, they have inherited the dalit struggle.
We are Dalit Youth Panther - Volunteers and human right advocates who would like to involve and participate in the lives of the Dalits who themselves cannot help toward their own freedom. We are Dalits and non-Dalits, Indian and non-Indian, students and adults, working together to provide a better life for dalits and the poor people with the tools needed to make a better life-education, healthcare, and jobs. For the last one decade, we have been working toward the emancipation and empowerment of the Dalits through social awareness, educational program, economical opportunities and developmental projects.
In 1948, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar had told Indian legislators in the Constituent Assembly, that if in the future, the Dalits and the dispossessed have their freedom stolen from them, and the majority community keeps the ritual fire of injustice alive, then one day, this oppressed mass shall descend upon the streets and demand all-embracing change, it shall call for an armed struggle, and they shall not be in the wrong for it. Instead of the state taking serious note of this advice of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, the legislators themselves harass the Dalits; understanding this, Dalit youth Panther took on an aggressive form and brought the youth on to the streets to resist injustice.
ome time in February 2016, two of my friends and I decided to interview activists from the Dalit Panther, a radical social organisation established in Mumbai, in 1972. Over the last ten months, we have met its founding members, leaders and grassroot activists, incredible human beings who have
A group of youngsters claiming to represent the youth wing of a Dalit outfit staged a rail roko at Thane around 11.30am, demanding action against Sambhaji Bhide, president of Shivjagar Pratisthan and Milind Ekbote, executive president of Samasta Hindu Aaghadi.
LOUD VOICE OF BHAHUJAN YOUTH
If your vision for the nation is the same as ours, become a member of the Dalit Youth Panther and
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