In a village of Mahoba district in Bundelkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Dalit grooms want to take out a procession in a mare.
Uttar Pradesh News: 22-year-old bridegroom Alkharam is crying, clapping, splitting and crying to his mother and family, who is married on June 18, and dreams of taking his barat by climbing in a mare, has been cherished since childhood, but in its village The domineering, feudalistic people do not allow the Dalits to take out the procession by riding in a mare.
In a village in Mahoba district in Bundelkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Dalit grooms are not allowed to go out in a horse in a horse. Troubled by this, a Dalit groom, who is to be married on June 18, has posted a post on social media asking for help from the people and wrote that I am married on June 18 and I want to take my marriage by riding in a horse. Can somebody help me out? This post of the groom has caused a stir and people are asking why the Dalit groom in Azad India is not allowed to take the procession after climbing in a mare?
The 22-year-old bridegroom, Alkharam, is weeping, clapping, crying bitterly with his mother and family, who is married on June 18, and has dreamed of childhood by climbing into a mare and taking his barat, but the domineering, feudalistic people in his village Dalits are not allowed to take out the procession riding in a horse. Due to this, the aspirations of removing a boar in Alkharam’s mare are not fulfilled. The father has also given an application in the Mahobkanth police station. Hear the story of his helplessness from his family Alkharam …
There is a village of Mahobkanth police station in Mahoba district, ‘Madhavganj’, in this village with a population of 2000, 74 years after independence, even today, a Dalit groom has not been able to ride in a horse. Can he dare to become a bride of a Dalit by climbing into a horse and taking out his procession? The people of the feudalistic ideology of this village do not allow any Dalit groom to go out in a horse. The elderly villagers of this village say that they and someone like them have not been able to get out by riding in a horse.
Groom’s facebook post
In Uttar Pradesh’s Bundelkhand, the roots of feudalism are so deep that in a village of this area, it is far from any Dalit groom to climb on horseback after independence. The groom could not leave the village even after sitting on the car and bike. Even after being so deeply rooted of feudalism, the eyes of the administration and administration have not reached the feudatories of this village. Now even after Alakh Ram’s plea in social media, the district administration has not woken up, but the Bhima Army has definitely woken up. The Bhim Army has started preparations for its removal by offering alkharam in the barat mare on its own. So at the same time, BJP MLA from Charkhari, Braj Bhushan Rajput also talked to the Dalit youth on the phone and assured that there would be no interruption in his marriage, the audio of the conversation with the MLA is also going viral.