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Troopel.com: Nomadic Community – Nomad communities are still awaiting justice for their freedom and existence

The nomadic community consists of people who wander to and from the same areas, visiting small villages and towns to live their day-to-day life. Their livelihoods include iron trading, performing tricks, dancing and puppet shows. According to the 2011 caste-wise census of India, the population of nomadic tribes was 15 crores, which has reached 20 crores at the present. With so many changes occurring in the society since past decades, the evolution of civilization is never stagnant. But there has been no change in the circumstances of the nomadic community, who are facing the same troubles and atrocities for generations. This huge community is still awaiting justice even after 74 years after India’s independence.

The British government declared radical armed rebel communities as born criminals under the Criminal Tribes Act 1871. The British ruled around 53 countries of the world, but this act was implemented only in India. At that time, the British used to believe that the blacksmith’s child is a blacksmith, the carpenter’s child is a carpenter, the doctor’s child a doctor, similarly the criminal’s child is a criminal. Therefore, the offspring of the fighting castes of India were also essentially considered as born criminals. These people who the Britishers considered armed rebels were in actually the genuine freedom fighters who fought against the invasion and rule of British in India. Various researchers and historians have accepted that the nomadic tribes have always been the defenders of Indian (Hindu) culture. The local peasant tribes carried out armed revolts against their British expansionist policies on their level and capacity, but even in the history books there is no mention of their existence and contribution.

The Government of India passed the Wildlife Conservation Act in 1972 after which a banned snake catching, bear and monkey plays. At the same time forests were barred and entry into the forests was prohibited. The Medical Practitioners Act, Clinical Establishment Law, Drug and Cosmetic Law and other laws considers nomad’s use of herbs and their traditional methods of medicine illegal. In 1982, the banned on rope tricks were imposed while, in 1995 the nomad community was banned from selling salts.

The situation of this community is worsening day by day, but most of the governments do not even consider them the citizens of their province. The negligence of the governments and the flag bearers of social justice is indeed a matter of concern. It is inhumane to place the stigma of being a born criminal on these people.

Troopel.com is running a revolutionary campaign of standing in solidarity with nomad community. If you too, want to be a part of this revolution, come forward and join troopel.com.

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Troopel.com: Nomadic Community – Nomad communities are still awaiting justice for their freedom and existence

The nomadic community consists of people who wander to and from the same areas, visiting small villages and towns to live their day-to-day life. Their livelihoods include iron trading, performing tricks, dancing and puppet shows. According to the 2011 caste-wise census of India, the population of nomadic tribes was 15 crores, which has reached 20 crores at the present. With so many changes occurring in the society since past decades, the evolution of civilization is never stagnant. But there has been no change in the circumstances of the nomadic community, who are facing the same troubles and atrocities for generations. This huge community is still awaiting justice even after 74 years after India’s independence.

The British government declared radical armed rebel communities as born criminals under the Criminal Tribes Act 1871. The British ruled around 53 countries of the world, but this act was implemented only in India. At that time, the British used to believe that the blacksmith’s child is a blacksmith, the carpenter’s child is a carpenter, the doctor’s child a doctor, similarly the criminal’s child is a criminal. Therefore, the offspring of the fighting castes of India were also essentially considered as born criminals. These people who the Britishers considered armed rebels were in actually the genuine freedom fighters who fought against the invasion and rule of British in India. Various researchers and historians have accepted that the nomadic tribes have always been the defenders of Indian (Hindu) culture. The local peasant tribes carried out armed revolts against their British expansionist policies on their level and capacity, but even in the history books there is no mention of their existence and contribution.

The Government of India passed the Wildlife Conservation Act in 1972 after which a banned snake catching, bear and monkey plays. At the same time forests were barred and entry into the forests was prohibited. The Medical Practitioners Act, Clinical Establishment Law, Drug and Cosmetic Law and other laws considers nomad’s use of herbs and their traditional methods of medicine illegal. In 1982, the banned on rope tricks were imposed while, in 1995 the nomad community was banned from selling salts.

The situation of this community is worsening day by day, but most of the governments do not even consider them the citizens of their province. The negligence of the governments and the flag bearers of social justice is indeed a matter of concern. It is inhumane to place the stigma of being a born criminal on these people.

Troopel.com is running a revolutionary campaign of standing in solidarity with nomad community. If you too, want to be a part of this revolution, come forward and join troopel.com.

For more details:

Contact Us: 9755020247, 9589902487

Mail Us: revolution@troopel.com

Troopel.com: Nomadic Community ; Even 10 percent of the nomadic tribes could not become part of the mainstream of our society

Since ancient times, the liberated nomadic and semi nomadic tribes have played an important role in preserving the folk art and folk culture of India. Despite this, 74 years after independence, the attention of our country and society has not gone towards these tribes, while all of us are well aware that due to the revolutionary cooperation of these people, we have become part of independent India.

It is an irony of our country that even 10 percent of the total population of these tribes has not been able to join the mainstream of our society and is socially, economically, educationally and politically backward. The liberated nomadic and semi nomadic tribes of India comprise about 840 castes. Since the independence of the country, so far only 8 commissions have been formed for these communities, which have directly or indirectly recommended the inclusion of nomadic tribes in the list of backwardness and safe reservation, but the political participation of this community is negligible. Reason: No report of any commission was tabled in Parliament. The report of the Balakrishna Renke Commission constituted by the UPA Government for the nomadic community and the Dada Idate Commission constituted by the NDA Government have not yet been submitted in Parliament.

Under this memorandum, it was demanded that the report of Balkrishna Renke Commission and Dada Idate Commission be jointly implemented by placing it in Parliament during the monsoon session. 10% reservation for vacant, nomadic and semi-nomadic tribes in government jobs should be secured. Announcement of a special economic package of one thousand crores for nomadic and semi-nomadic tribes devastated by the global pandemic Corona virus. Also, the de-nomadic and semi-nomadic tribes are the most backward and disadvantaged in India. Therefore, a permanent commission should be constituted and only persons belonging to the de-nomadic and semi-nomadic castes should be appointed in the commission.

Nomadic communities in India have a population of more than 13 crores, but in the last 74 years, policy emptiness and institutional failure have brought the troubles of this society to a peak. If you want to give revolutionary support in getting back the lost identity of this society in India, join Troopel.com.