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We must bridge the many gaps, inequalities in our society: Naidu

SNS | New Delhi |


Vice President of India, M Venkaiah Naidu, while addressing a gathering at the release the book ‘Bharat ke Rajneta – Ramdas Athawale’ on Wednesday, said that we must bridge the many gaps and inequalities we have in our society.

The book is authored by Rajiv Suman and published by The Marginalized Publication.

The Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment, Ramdas Athawale and other dignitaries were present on the occasion.

Naidu said that Ramdas Athawale has emerged as vocal leader for the emancipation of Dalits in modern society, adding that the book describes his accomplishments on crucial issues of national importance.

Naidu said that the book talks about Athawale’s approach of peaceful resistance and protest that strengthens the democracy adding that it is important to identify glaring inequalities and take concrete action to bridge the gaps.

Naidu said that proper representation of women of the country in Parliament and state legislatures should be a reality soon. Naidu further said that the government should pay attention towards India’s Tribal population and said that protection of De-notified, Nomadic tribes is very important.

Their uplift and development is necessary for the preservation of the rich diverse Indian culture, Naidu added.

He further said that violence, hatred and divisive politics can’t achieve any positive results. Only mutual respect and dialogue can, he added.

Naidu also complimented the publishers of the book, The Marginalized Publication.

Naidu in a series of tweets said that upliftment of poorest of the poor should be the priority of any political party and you cannot call yourself a good civilization unless and until you eliminate discrimination in the name of cast, colour and creed.