Dalit Man Tied to a Cattle Feeder in Andhra Pradesh

Dalit Man Tied to a Cattle Feeder in Andhra Pradesh

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A Dalit man was tied to a cattle feeder in Shet Palli of Kotapalli Mandal in Andhra Pradesh on Friday. The man, identified as Ramireddy, was caught in the field by a group of men. They tied him with ropes to the mattu (Pathigunja), which is used to tie cattle while they eat sticks.

The locals freed Ramireddy after they saw him tied in front of the house. They then took him to the police station, where he filed a complaint. The police have registered a case and are investigating the matter.

This incident is a reminder of the discrimination that Dalits face in India. Dalits are often treated as second-class citizens and are subjected to violence and abuse. This incident is a wake-up call for the need to address caste discrimination in India.

The police have assured us that they will take action against the perpetrators of this crime. They have also urged the people to come forward and report any cases of caste discrimination.

This incident is a serious violation of human rights. It is important to remember that all people are equal, regardless of their caste. We must all work together to create a society where everyone is treated with dignity and respect.


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