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Memorandum to protect the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes


Memorandum to protect the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes

Last Updated on : 2 Apr,2018 | Source : Universal News Timeline


To His Highness

Hon’ble President of India

President House

New Delhi-1


Constitutionalism Forum, J&K / No-1/ Jammu                                                          Dated 2.4.2018



             Sub:  Memorandum to protect the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes from being victimized. Restoration of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities Act, 1989.


The disturbing trend of increase in of harassment in offices, suppression, forceful dispossession of holding, murder in deceitful manner, rapes, burning, killing of innocent, mass attack on deprived by all means by previous regulations (of Administration cum religious laws –all annulled in Articles 13 of the Constitution of India)  and many more criteria were made the foundation of passing the SC and the ST( prevention of atrocities) Act, 1989 [Act No.33 of 1989].

The atrocities upon untouchable have increased many folds in recent past. The involvement of government agencies with criminals has further added a vertical increase of such crimes and innocents are being put to extreme atrocities. The government is always bound to increasing such measures by strengthening "The Protection of Civil Rights Act" which is an instrument to keep control and enhanced crimes, Social protection measures.

The Hon'ble SC of India, Justice Dalveer Bandari in a Judgement, had passed an order asking the Government of India to close the caste structure that is responsible in such crimes. No public elected government had made any effort on this. Recently Hon'ble courts had  passed an order to club the meritorious candidates appearing as general in competition, in the restricted list there by closing the gate of evolution as mentioned in Preamble of the Constitution of India and fundamental right to join the mainstream on hard work and merits. The Atrocities Act is diluted on an excuse that is nowhere near the bases on which the Act was passed by Parliament, Nor Parliament have examined and made any report in public that all the evils that were the base for passing this original act are no more existing now and all have become equal in all manners as goal set in  and the Act needs revival by the Hon’ble court by the Government’s representative.  

This is act to protect a society as a corollary to the Constitutional Measures. Its diluting has far fetching effect on the whole humanity of SC, ST or even on OBC and minorities.

Today the associations of SC/ST all over the nation are on one day protest to begin their protest. They have also launched a special program of education in Constitutional Values among general public so that all citizens learn what is Constitutionalism through all such organizations over the Nation. Members of the Constitutionalism Forum J&K too have protested and joined the Nation movement in their struggle.

We, the Constitutionalism Forum request His Highness The Hon'ble President of India through the office of Hon'ble Governor of J&K by forwarding our memorandum so that Hon'ble President of India , who is Custodian of the Constitutional of India, interferes and take up an appropriate action to protect the Social Rights enacted by Parliament in fourteenth year of the Republic of India.

            F C Bhagat-President,All J&K Satguru Kabir Sabha Mobile-9419185761

            Piran Ditta,president Satguru Ravi Dass Sabha                              

National Level Competition of Youth Parliament organized at JU


National Level Competition of Youth Parliament organized at JU

Last Updated on : 2 Apr,2018 | Source : Universal News Timeline

The Department of Students Welfare, University of Jammu organized National Level Competition of 14th National Youth Parliament Programme today at Gen. Zorawar Singh Auditorium. The programme was conducted under the aegis of Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, Govt. of India to strengthen the roots of democracy, to inculcate the habit of discipline and to enable the student community to understand the working of our parliamentary institutions. Ch. Talib Hussain, Ex Member of Parliament was the Chief Guest and Chief Jury Member. Prof. Pradeep K. Sharma, Vice-Chancellor Sher-E-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology, Jammu was the Academician and Jury Member and Sh. Rajan, Under Secretary, Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, Govt. of India was the Group Coordinator and Dr. Vijay Saigal, Dept. of Law, University of Jammu was the coordinator of 14th National Youth Parliament Competition.

The Youth Parliament team of University of Jammu had qualified the first level of Youth Parliament competition this year and emerged as one of the 15 teams out of 74 which have been selected to participate in National Level Competition of the same. Ch. Talib Hussain, Ex MP appreciated the participants for the wonderful presentation of the proceedings of the parliament in precisely accurate manner. He said that such unique programmes inculcate reverence for our great constitution and the participants get a chance to understand the functioning of the apex house of the country.   Prof Pradeep K. Sharma appreciated the remarkable and disciplined performance by the students of the University of Jammu. He complimented the organisers for such an impactful presentation which was informative and enlightening. Sh. Rajan congratulated the team of the University of Jammu for reaching at the National Level Competition which is an achievement in itself. Different proceedings of the parliament like Oath taking, Obituary Reference, Introduction of New Ministers, Question Hour, Breach of Privilege, Papers laid, Message from Upper Chamber, Welcoming Foreign Delegates, Calling Attention Motion and Legislative Business were very effectively presented by the students of different departments of the University of Jammu within 55 minutes.

Earlier in her welcome address, Prof. Satnam Kour, Dean Students welfare apprised about the idea behind conducting such programmes which is to channelize their energies for progressive works. Dr. Vijay Saigal explained in detail the idea behind organizing youth parliament programme throughout the country. Prof. S.K. Pandita, Chairman Campus Cultural Committee presented the formal vote of thanks. The event was conducted by Shivika Thakur. The hall management was looked after by Anjali Sharma, Suvidha, Sona Sharma, Mohit Mahajan, Abhishek Sharma. The programme was coordinated by Sumeet Sharma and Ifra Kak.

The students who participated in the Youth Parliament competition included Ankita Chopra, Nikher Jandyal, Nikita Singh, Oshin Bakshi, Akushi Gupta, Romika Thakur, Neeti Salgotra, Zirgam Hamid Zaki, Parul Sharma, Arti Devi, Akshay Kumar, Sheikh Tanzeel Illahi, Nikhil Verma, Vikas Budhoria, Shyam Kumar, Jattan Singh Gill, Tavleen Kour, Vishali Dhawan, Karanpreet Singh, Divya Rajput, Ankita Bhat, Shikha Jamwal, Sehar Chowadhary, Varnika Gupta, Megha Rani, Farhana Latif, Mehak Sharma, Zainab Gazala Sheikh, Shazia Banoo, Neeraj Singh Jasrotia, Minal Jain, Rimsha Suri, Aashna Gupta, Vishnu Dutt, Shivam Singh, Bhumanyu Jamwal, Vikramjeet Singh Manhas, Misba Atiq, Harsh Sharma, Vishal Kotwal, Chander Kant, Nitan Sharma, Versha Anthal, Ruby, Shiphali Bhagat, Aman Sharma, Mudit Mahajan, Dheeraj, Arsh Vardhak Katoch, Tarun Singh, Vishal Sharma, Urvashi Vaid, Sudershan Sharma, Siddarth Jamwal, Shubika Sharma, Abhinanadan Salgotra, Akriti Jamwal, Kulbushan Sharma, Sanchit Gupta, Balpreet Kour, Rameshwar  Singh, Sawan Singh, Krishan Dinkar Sharma, Pankaj Jasathia. The event was witnessed by faculty members, members of Campus Cultural Committee, staff and students of the University of Jammu.

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