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‘BJP, RSS has stabbed the nation in the heart with caste based discrimination’ says Rahul

‘BJP, RSS has stabbed the nation in the heart with caste based discrimination’ says Rahul

New Delhi: Ever since RSS ideology ardent follower BJP has come to power caste-based discrimination, atrocities against minority communities and lower caste communities belonging to Hindu religion have increased by multiple folds.

Taking a straight jab at BJP, Congress Chief reacting to the recent Madhya Pradesh’s candidates incident who were appearing for Police constable post were labelled with their respective castes on their chests, took to twitter on Monday to lash out at BJP and RSS.

He said: “BJP’s casteist attitude has stabbed the country in the heart. By writing SC/ST on MP youth’s chest they have attacked the country’s constitution”

“This is BJP/RSS’s ideology. This thinking sometimes makes Dalits tie handi around their necks, broom on their bodies and stops them from entering temples. We’ll defeat this ideology,” tweeted Rahul.

Several aspirants who have arrived to apply for the post of Police Constable in MP’s Police recruitment 2018 were shammed after the officials conducting medical examinations labeled the candidates as SC/STs on their bare chest according to their respective castes.

A probe into the incident has been initiated said Birendra Singh, Police Superintendent.

Union Minister Ramdas Athawale reacting to the discrimination said: “ Such an incident is an insult to SC/ ST. I’ll write to MP CM over the incident. Appropriate action should be taken against officials responsible for it.”

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from The Siasat Daily

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