MUMBAI: RSS main Mohan Bhagwat’s voice on the concern of review of reservation may get louder as well known Dalit chief from Maharashtra, Prakash Ambedkar, grandson of Dr B R Ambedkar is likely to consider a stand comparable to Bhagwat’s.
Ambedkar has taken the initiative to unfold consciousness on creating the society “free of caste” and abolishing the program of caste-dependent reservation. He will be chairing a point out-stage meeting, ‘Jatiantakadun Rashtravadakade’ (from casteless to nationalism), at Ahmednagar on December 20. The meeting will discuss measures on encouraging people not to use their caste identity. Ambedkar organised the convention under the banner of the Maharashtra Lokshahi Aghadi, an umbrella organisation of numerous still left-wing get-togethers.
“We want to stop the caste program. We imagine that folks need to use their faith only not their caste in the public area,” Ambedkar instructed Convey. He explained that he has believed of several phases to produce a casteless culture. “I have been discussing the situation with our companions. I will also take their viewpoint into consideration. I hope we will get to a consensus, to a specified point, on discouraging individuals on using their caste,” Ambedkar stated.
When asked regardless of whether he will ask individuals not to point out their caste on their birth certificates Ambedkar stated, “That will happen in the later levels.”