NDTV’s ‘Dalit’ Love

published on June 23, 2011

Dalits punished for entering Temple : Government Steps In is one of the Top story of NDTV today.

Caste based discriminations within the Hindu society has nothing to do with Hinduism , Rather it is a social problem. No Hindu scriptures have sanctioned such discrimination based on birth instead there are numerous instances in which our sages and Rishis have made it clear that Humanity is divided  not by birth but by one’s deeds or his karma.

The above said incident was reported from Orissa and the elected representative in the region is of BJD the ruling party. Congress have ruled the state for decades and even BJP was a partner of BJD until recently. If any such temple’s anywhere in the country keeps away Hindus of different caste – They should be dealt legally and as per the law of land. The Nation as a whole also should ask why this 80 families are still at the mercy of so called Upper Castes even after more than 60 years of independence ?  

Hindu organisations in the country have deplored such discriminatory tendencies . Thanks to their continued efforts Hindu society have learnt to shed those imaginary divisions and lives amicably. Caste based divisions were always the tool of Anti Hindu media and Missionary mafia. Hindus who still knowingly or unknowingly support caste based discriminatory practices are digging their own grave and they themselves are the biggest enemies of Hinduism.

NDTV which send their pet journalist to Egypt to cover the riots over there seems to be completely unaware about the riots reported from United Kingdom. In Belfast Protestants and Catholics were indulged in riots for past 48 hours. Similarly Shia leaders were sentenced to life in Prison in Bahrain by the Sunni government yesterday. Why Indian media which try to divide Hindu society by dividing them as Dalits and Non Dalits never use the titles like  Protestants attack Catholics or Shiite Mosque bombed by Sunnis?       

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