NPP’s tributes to Baroda ruler Gaekwad & his Brahmin teacher, Mahadev Ambedkar to gave him name & education

National Panthers Party’s Delhi unit organised a befitting programme on 125th Birth Anniversary of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was celebrated with a great show at Jantar Mantar, the Hyde Park Corner of India’s capital, New Delhi. National Panthers Party which was founded 34 years back in J&K by a Congress legislator, Prof.Bhim Singh organised the show at Jantar Mantar to pay homage to Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar who is popularly known Baba Saheb Ambedkar.

            Prof.Bhim Singh has taken the message of goodwill, brotherhood and humanism from Dr. Ambedkar’s first political party which he called as Dalit Panthers before he was elected the Chairman of the Drafting Committee of the Indian Constitution, which remains in the history of democratic country as the longest Constitution full of equality, equity and dictates to uphold rule of law for all.

            The special meeting organised at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi by the Panthers Party was chaired by Prof.Bhim Singh, the Founder of J&K National Panthers Party who believes that the Panthers were no more Dalits after the Indian Constitution was made applicable to every citizen of India. He regretted that this great Constitution of India is not still applicable to the State of J&K. He praised Baba Saheb Ambedkar for opposing the insertion of Article 370 which has tabboed the entry of the Indian Constitution to J&K. He said, had Indian leadership accepted Baba Saheb Ambedkar’s opinion to merge the State of J&K with the Union of India along with other 577 states. There should have been no disturbance in J&K as is witnessed today in Kashmir.

            Prof.Bhim Singh also regretted that the historians and the fun makers have not been able to project the real psychological and social history of India before 1950. He said that the contribution of Maharaja Gaekwad of Baroda (Sahyaji Rao-III) and Brahmin teacher Mahadev Ambedkar to make Bhimrao Ambedkar a legendary character in the history of Indian democracy have not been sincerely and faithfully brought to the notice of the new generation. He said that the new generation have not been sincerely and honestly informed about the contribution of the Maharaja of Baroda to project, educate and make Dr. Ambedkar an everlasting name in the history of the Indian Constitution. While we remember Dr. Ambedkar, this is our moral duty to keep in mind the great contribution of the ruler of Baroda, who had seen the light in the diamond he had seen in the eyes of Baba Saheb Ambedkar long before the political birth of Mahatma Gandhi even. His conversion into Buddhism also needs an indepth study of that situation and moral and social standards of the Indian society which had great humanist like Gaekwad of Baroda and teacher like Mahadev Ambedkar.

            Prof.Bhim Singh said that Dr. Ambedkar had intended to ensure that a uniform society in India shall crop up in 50 years after freedom. This was the reason that he did not accept the proposition to rename suffering class as ‘Harijan’, the name which was chosen for the suffering society those days.

            Prof.Bhim Singh said that the real homage to Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar shall be to keep out all the members of the super society like landlords, IAS, IPS, IRS and other similarly placed class on the list of Scheduled Castes (Reserved categories). Those who are still seen begging even in the streets of New Delhi, the capital city of India should be given the benefit of providing education and other amenities for their social growth in the society so that India becomes classless with all human beings enjoying equal opportunity in life and there shall be no child with the begging bowl seen in the hearts of the great New Delhi, the capital of India.

ambdedkarThose come who were among the senior Panthers Party leaders included Romesh Khajuria, Baba Ramdev Tomar, Ms. Nasreen Hamid (Chairperson-Global Women’s Lib), Om Kishan, Ajay Raj, Dildar Hussain Beg, A.J. Rajan, Vijay, Kali Ram Tomar, K.K. Raghav, Vijay Kaul, Bhawani Maharaj, Vimal Dhariwal, Mehfooz Khan, Ms. Monika, Pawan Kumar, Santosh Jindahai, P.R. Pal, Vijay Kumar  and others. Mr. Rajiv Jolly Khosla, State President, Delhi Pradesh presided over the condolence meeting.