Tuesday 11 October 2011

Protest against the Betrayal of Caste based census and OBC Census, and disastrous plans for Goa

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Protest against the Betrayal of Caste based census and OBC Census, and disastrous plans for Goa
Mega Public Meeting on 29th October 2011, 2.30 pm at Azad Maidan, Panjim

Presiding over: HON’BLE WAMAN MESHRAM (National President, Bharat Mukti Morcha)

There will be special invitees too.

Betrayal of OBC: Through out last 64 years Government of India has betrayed OBCs. While British had carried on caste based census from 1871 to 1931 independent India did not do so. This had disastrous impact on the development of the OBCs. Here OBC people suffered a lot. Government of India time and again fooled OBC people and paid only lip service to the implementation of article 340 of the Constitution of India.  In 2011 Government of India assured in Parliament to carry on caste based census but it did not keep its word in 2011 census that took place in February this year. Due to absence of counting of OBC their development has been prevented. Census of animals is done but never of OBCs.
Increased atrocities on women in the form of murders, dowry deaths, bride burning, female infanticide, rape etc.
Mining in Goa has created acute inequality; generated huge income Rs 280000000000/- (Rupees 28 lakh crore) in 2010-11 and Rs 230000000000/- (Rupees 23 lakh crore) in 2009-10 but pocketed by few private companies. Mining in Goa needs to be nationalized.
Application of Poona Pact of 1932 for OBC, SC, ST and converted mulnivasi communities made elected representatives slaves of the political parties. (OBC, ST, SC and all other non-ruling minorities are called mulnivasis)
Land Scam for real estate, tourism, eco-tourism, settlement zone, CRZ (Coastal Regulation Zone), SEZ (Special Economic Zone), golf courses, helipad, airports, sports city, sports village, industrial estates, Fish Mill, Expansion of Ports etc. This has created an impact for displacement of mulnivasi people.
Goa Forest Policy 2011 is meant to stop access to forest of the mulnivasi people and increase mining in forest.
Bio-metric (Aadhaar Card) is a disastrous card. How many cards do we need to have? Ration Card, election card, smart card, multipurpose card, PAN card and the card which is not passed in Parliament: Aadhaar card. Boycott this card.
Language controversy: Devnagri Konkni as a language never existed in Goa’s history. It is a brahmanical creation.
Evacuee property: colonial rule in Mayem is preventing mulnivasis from constructing residential houses but allows mining.
Unemployment is creating situation of economic and social instability. Workers need to have permanent jobs by right.
Attack on mulnivasi houses on Goa’s coast, attacks on mulnivasis’ business: Beach Shacks
 Brahmanical control over land, communidades, betrayal in implementing Mundcar Act, Regional Plan: broadening of village roads to 10 meters to 15 meters. These roads are already shown in RP 2021 must be deleted.
Martyrdom of Manguesh Gaonkar and Dilip Katu Velip in Balli violence. They fought brahmanical attempts to control adivasi temple lands in Gaondongri, Canacona.
Time and again uncontrollable price rise is increasingly pushing mulnivasi people into poverty. Already 75%  (83 crore people out of 120 crore) are living in poverty all over India.
Major corruption, illegalities in various departments of Goa Government like transport, mining etc.
To protest against all these issues Bharat Mukti Morcha has organized mega public meeting at Azad Maidan, Panjim 2.30 pm on 29th October 2011.
We request all to come in big numbers and Save Goa by supporting it wholeheartedly with your time, talent and treasure.


1. Sebastian Rodrigues,
Convenor, Bharat Mukti Morcha, Goa unit, mobile: 9923336347

2. Maggie Silveira,
President, Bharat Mukti Morcha, Mahila Aghadi (Women’s Front), Goa State, mobile: 9371990428

Central office: 5709/80, Raigarpura, Karolbagh, New Delhi – 110 005
Goa office: 31/A, Igrez Vaddo, Marna, Siolim, Bardez, Goa – 403 517

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