Ambedkar only got Dalits constitutional rights
The representatives of Telangana Mala Mahanadu (TMM) and T-MASS paid floral tributes to Dr B R Ambedkar on his 61st death anniversary at Srinivas Nagar Colony here on Wednesday.
Khammam: The representatives of Telangana Mala Mahanadu (TMM) and T-MASS paid floral tributes to Dr B R Ambedkar on his 61st death anniversary at Srinivas Nagar Colony here on Wednesday.
Attending as the chief guest at the programme, State Seed Development Corporation Chairman Kondabala Koteshwar Rao said that Dr B R Ambedkar, who drafted the Indian Constitution, had provided rights to Dalits and to the downtrodden people. Dr B R Ambedkar was a great personality, who wished that SCs, STs, BCs and minorities, who play a key role in the economic growth of the country, must get equal share in wealth, resources, budget and land.
To fulfill his aspirations the Dalit youth must strive hard and reach greater heights in their lives, he advised. Speaking on the occasion, TMM district convener G Veerabhadraiah said that Dr B R Ambedkar had provided rights for Dalits and the people of lower castes after observing that they were ill-treated by the people of upper castes.
Even today some upper caste political leaders are treating Dalits as their slaves which must not be encouraged, he advised. Retired Rural Development Officer G Yellaiah, Shanthaiah, S Koteshwar Rao, Advocate K Ramu, Youth leaders’ K Sridhar, G Ravi, K Ravi, T-MASS leaders’ S Sheshagiri Rao and V Gopal were present.