வேறு ஜாதியில் திருமணம் செய்ய கேரள கம்யூனிஸ்ட் யூனியன் தடை
Caste Discrimination by the Communist Party Trade Union CITU
20/06/2008 13:33:10 HK
Kannur: Chitralekha whose Autoricksha was burned down by the members of the left trade union CITU on 13 Dec 2005 has got a new Autoricksha on 7 Jun 2008 thanks to a group of good people in the area. The Autoricksha was handed over to Chitralekha at a function held at Police Club, Kannur.
Newses on ‘Dalit Abuses’ by so called forward caste is one of the favourite propaganda material for Missionaries and Jihadi’s for conversion and for ridiculing Hinduism. Communist party claims themselves as the reformers who abolished caste system from Hinduism and as per their propaganda it is the Sangh Pariwar which promotes casteism among Hindus!
Now go through the real life story of Chitralekha from Kannur – The Communist fort
The trouble for Chitra Lekha, who hails from a Scheduled Caste family at Payyannur in Kannur district, started when she married Sreeshanth who belonged to a different caste. Communist local leadership was against their marriage.
Problems started when she decided to earn the living for her family by riding an Auto Rickshaw. Under Rozgar Yojana she applied for loan and bought the vehicle.
Communist Trade Union leaders of CITU tried to sabotage her dreams to become self sufficient. She faced severe discrimination from the CITU members.One of them torn off the hood of her auto rickshaw. Another auto rickshaw tried to run over her.
Chitra, who sustained minor injuries, had to be hospitalised. A complaint against CITU man identified as Rameshan led to more physical assaults and abuses.
“They called me all sorts of names. One of them shouted that Pulachis will never ride an auto rickshaw here and it was the union decision”, Chitra said. When Chitra defied the ‘order’ her auto was burned to ashes.
Caste Based Discriminations are still reported from nook and corners of the Nation. Hindu Organisations are in the mission of reforming Hindu Society and whole hearted support from Hindu Society is needed to remove the caste bias which exists still among a section of Hindus.