Wednesday, September 20, 2017

योगी राजः पुलिस एनकाउंटर या सोच समझ कर हो रही हैं हत्याएं?

मानवाधिकार कार्यकर्ता पुलिस की इस कार्यवाही से बिल्कुल भी सहमत नहीं हैं। पीपुल्स वीजिलेंस कमिशन ऑफ ह्यूमन राइट्स (#पीवीसीएचआर) के लेनिन रघुवंशी कहते हैं कि ऐसे मुठभेड़ कानून के शासन को नुकसान पहुंचाते हैं और आपराधिक न्याय प्रणाली को विकृत करते हैं। उन्होंने कहा, ‘इससे अपराधियों का राजनीतिकरण भी होता है, क्योंकि पुलिस कार्रवाई के डर से वे अक्सर सत्ताधारी दल में शामिल हो जाते हैं। फिर वे स्थानीय नेताओं के संरक्षण में अपनी आपराधिक गतिविधियों को जारी रखते हैं।

https://www.navjivanindia.com/india/yogi-raj-in-up-are-these-encounters-or-murders-in-cold-blood

11 Human Rights Activists Whose Life Mission Is To Provide Others With A Dignified Life

Lenin Raghuvanshi is among one of the 11 human rights activist whose life mission is to provide others with a dignified life. These are the people who have impacted a positive change in the world through their relentless efforts
Citation as follows: Raghuvanshi a Dalit rights activist who has dedicated his life toward elevating the lives of people from the marginalised sections of the society. He is one of the founding members of People's Vigilance Committee on Human Rights. He also tirelessly worked towards ending bonded labour and revolutionising children education by promoting girl education, introducing non-traditional teachings and overhauling the educational institutions.

Monday, September 11, 2017

सराय सबका सराय

सराय सबका सराय….. - https://www.mediahouse.news/सराय-सबका-सराय/


सराय
अरे
सबका सराय था
मुसहरो को छोड़कर
पहचान, नागरिकता के प्रमाण
से दूर
इंसानियत पर हसते
महावीर का टोला
कब बनेगा इन्सान की अस्मिता ?
इसी जिद्दोजहद में
एक दिन पंहुचा मै
गरमी के दिनों में
2001 के
उनको सुनना, महसूस करना
मुझे भी
बना रहा था
रघुवंशी से इंसान
मेरे जीवन की शुरुआत
मेरे पुनर्जन्म की स्वकथा व्यथा
बन्धुआ मजदूर से
मुक्त इंसान
पुलिस की यातना का विरोध
स्कूलों से लेकर अस्पताल तक पहुच
ये कहानी
सबको बताती है
इंन्सान, आशा, अस्मिता, इज्जत की शुरुआत
लिखी जा रही है
इंसान की सच्ची कहानिया
उनकी स्वकथा व्यथा
संघर्षो की
दासता से मुक्ति की
इंसान के पुनर्जन्म की
औराव, सकरा, अनेई, बरहीकला सहित
सैकड़ो गाँवों के दक्खिन टोलो में
जून २०१५,लेनिन रघुवंशी


Saturday, June 24, 2017

Lynching on the rise but solutions in sight, say experts

Dr Lenin Raghuvanshi, a Social Activist and founder of People’s Vigilance Committee on Human Rights says, “#Lynching is not based on facts; it is a matter of subjectivity. It is happening not only in India but everywhere in the world. But it is not justified at all. Wherever such extreme steps have been taken, even by the law in rape cases, there has been no reform.”

Talking about the reason, he says, “The main reason behind such practice is the lack of education. If education will be provided, people’s mindset will change; logic will prevail. People should be taught about religions – all religions. Besides, the knowledge of constitution should also be given. Any individual’s root lies in his #education. Apart from that, there should be strict law in place.”

Talking about the possible solution he says, “There should be a fair trial, speedy actions, and proper rule of law in place, along with a strong judicial system, fair investigative process and stress on the education system. Only then we can expect a change in next 10 to 15 years.”

He also said that lynching is happening because of collective mindsets of a similar kind of people. They (the mob) don’t want to give criminal the chance to be tried. “It is, however, not a new practice, and it is done against women since years, take the example of witch practice,” he adds.

https://newsd.in/lynching-rise-solutions-sight-say-experts/

Although government and opposition pick Dalit candidate for the presidency, castes remain

Ram Nath Kovind is backed by the Bharatiya Janata Party. Meira Kumar has the support of 16 opposition parties led by Congress. The two veteran politicians are in their seventies. For Lenin Raghuvanshi, the choice of Dalit candidates “does not change the evils of the caste system”. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has divided the opposition.
For Raghuvanshi, to improve the conditions of discriminated Dalit, it would be better to "promote a movement of reconciliation between different castes and religious communities starting in civil society, and create bonds between those who have suffered from communal marginalisation and Brahamanism. Outreach and meetings are the best way to fight dangerous prejudices that lead to hatred among communities." For this reason, the activist proposes the creation of a "new Dalit social movement to coordinate protest over common problems.”

"All those struggling for human rights will be welcome, including those who want to reverse state privatisation, natural resource abuse, societal cleavages and hatreds fuelled by sectarianism, feudalism and the patriarchal system, encouraged by the caste system of Brahmanism and the ideology of Hindutva."

#dalit #presidentofindia #pvchr #u4humanrights


Although government and opposition pick Dalit candidate for the presidency, castes remain
Ram Nath Kovind is backed by the Bharatiya Janata Party. Meira Kumar has the support of 16 opposition parties led by Congress. The two veteran politicians are in their seventies. For Lenin Raghuvanshi, the choice of Dalit candidates “does not change the evils of the caste system”. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has divided the opposition.

New Delhi (AsiaNews) – A Dalit will be the next president of India. This is a certainty after Meira Kumar, former speaker of the Lok Sabha (Lower House) and a veteran member of Sonia Gandhi’s Congress Party, agreed to run against Ram Nath Kovind, former governor of Bihar and a three-time member of the Rajya Sabha (Upper House) for Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The election is set for 17 July and the result will be announced on the 20th.
The pictures of the two Dalit politicians have filled TV screens for days now. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement caught the opposition by surprise and divided. The 71-year-old Kovind is well respected for his integrity and impartiality. And many analysts agree that Modi’s pick is meant to gain support among the most disadvantaged classes.
“It was a move of Dalit-Brahamanism social engineering that does not change the evils of the caste system," said Lenin Raghuvanshi, a Dalit activist and executive director of the Peoples' Vigilance Committee on Human Rights (PVCHR) who spoke to AsiaNews.
This week comes in the wake Modi's recent electoral victories in five state elections. On Tuesday, he announced Kovind’s candidacy and accompanied him this morning to fill out his official papers.
His decision to pick the son of a poor Dalit farmer in Uttar Pradesh has had an immediate impact. The 16 opposition parties led by Congress met yesterday and picked Meira Kumar, 72, the daughter of a former Deputy Prime Minister, Jagjivan Ram. All experts agree that the opposition was caught off guard and unprepared, and will likely pay a political price.
First of all, Modi’s ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) found a candidate like Kovind, a politician well respected and of high moral standing. Secondly, the prime minister’s pick brought him the support of some of his rivals, including Bihar’s current Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, a fierce opponent of BJP Hindu nationalists.
Some members of the opposition have admitted that they were caught unawares, and had to scramble to find someone who could stand against such a credible opponent. Surveys already suggest that Kovind has a 62 per cent lead in the electoral college.
According to Raghuvanshi, the reason for nationalists backing Kovind "stems from the desire to buttress their power based on male chauvinism." This explains why "many Dalit have joined the BJP in recent years", a counterintuitive behaviour since the BJP accepts the caste system (chapter three on integral humanism) as something that “exists in society”.
Although Kovind said today that if he is elected, he "would be above partisanship", many doubts it will be possible.
For Raghuvanshi, to improve the conditions of discriminated Dalit, it would be better to "promote a movement of reconciliation between different castes and religious communities starting in civil society, and create bonds between those who have suffered from communal marginalisation and Brahamanism. Outreach and meetings are the best way to fight dangerous prejudices that lead to hatred among communities." For this reason, the activist proposes the creation of a "new Dalit social movement to coordinate protest over common problems.”
"All those struggling for human rights will be welcome, including those who want to reverse state privatisation, natural resource abuse, societal cleavages and hatreds fuelled by sectarianism, feudalism and the patriarchal system, encouraged by the caste system of Brahmanism and the ideology of Hindutva."
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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Interdiction de la viande de vache en Inde: les minorités visées?

“Il s’agit d’une nouvelle forme de terrorisme”, a commenté Lenin Raghuvanshi, un activiste des droits humains très connu en Inde, à propos de la nouvelle législation.
Cité par l’agence d’information catholique Asia News, Lenin Raghuvanshi assure que le but du gouvernement est d’imposer à tous les Indiens le régime traditionnel végétarien hindouiste.

Balance Sheet of Jan Mitra Nyas 2015-2016

https://www.scribd.com/document/351887435/Balance-Sheet-of-Jan-Mitra-Nyas-2015-2016