Akhil Bhartiya Brahmin Samaj, Rajput Karni Sena, SAPAKS, Samananta Andolan Samiti and other unreserved castes’ organisations will hold a roadshow under the leadership of preacher and kahatha vachak Pt Devkinandna Thakur to protest against SC/ST prevention of atrocities law and reservation system.
The road show will begin on 4pm from Mahakaleshwar temple and will end at Samajik Nyay Parisar on November 1. A meeting will also be organised at Samajik Nyay Parisar after the road show at 6 pm.
Thakur to establish harmony
Chaturvedi further told that sections of societies which do not get reservation are irate over present system of reservation and Devkinandan Tahkur will establish harmony in these castes through his road show. Thakur will also perform worship and prayers for granting wisdom to take the right decision in the interest of the societies and the country, Chaturvedi added.
Saints to support
Akhil Bharatiya Brahmin Samaj president Surendra Chaturvedi said, in a press conference, that the road show is being organised against the SC/ST prevention of atrocities Act and to seek reservation on economic basis. Swami Atuleshanand, acharya Shekhan Maharaj, Shaileshanandgiri, swami Prapannacharya, Vitraganand Saraswati, will also be present during the road show, Chaturvedi added.
Nod for roadshow as it is not political
Jiyalal Sharma, Ghanshyam Hardenia, Rajendra Sharma, Yogendra Koushik, JP Hardenia, Harish Shrivastava, Yeshwant Singh, Yeshwant Agnihotri, Tarun Upadhyay, Jairaj Singh, Gopal Joshi, Mrinal Joshi, Prabhulal Patel and other members while interacting with the media persons said that the permission for sitting arrangement for 20000 persons will be made before the meeting and the permission has been granted for the road show and the meeting as it was not a political programme.
The aim of the programme is to make people aware for their rights. Members said that the organisation will support other likeminded organisations, and decision regarding political support will be taken later after a consensus is achieved after deliberations. The members said that any political decision about participation in assembly and general elections will be taken unanimously. If any candidate participates in the election from a reserved seat under SAPAKS banner, then the organisation will take a bond from the candidate to support the doctrines of the organisation.