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Empowering Dalits For Empowering India- A Road Map: First Dr. Ambedkar Memorial Lecture, 2006

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A serious lacuna of post-Independence Indian Governance has been its failure to comprehensively undertake Constitution-mandated radical measures essential to bring economic freedom, educational equality of opportunities to the “Dalits”, which

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A serious lacuna of post-Independence Indian Governance has been its failure to comprehensively undertake Constitution-mandated radical measures essential to bring economic freedom, educational equality of opportunities to the “Dalits”, which term is used in this book to refer to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Backward Classes including those of Religious Minorities. With his understanding that this is the root of the weakness of the national fabric and fragility of Indian polity, P.S. Krishnan, a former Secretary to Government of India, in this book, places before the wider civil society a Road-Map for all-round advancement and empowerment and empowerment of the “Dalits”, who form the bulk of India’s population and constitute the near-totality of its labour-force. The book takes off fro the First Ambedkar Memorial Lecture at the Indian Institute of Public Administration, delivered by P.S. Krishan and includes a number of historic and important documents such as Indira and important documents such as Indira Gandhi’s letter of 1980, P. S. Krishan’s Dalit Manifesto (7-3-1996) and the Himalaya Proclamation of Rights and entitlements of the SCs, Sts and Bcs including those of the Religious Minorities (17-4-2005), all together presenting the Road-Map. The book is valuable for its rare social and administrative insights and useful for all egalitarians working for SC, ST and BC rights, educationists, media professionals, political parties, policy-plan-budget makers and administrators. About The Author: P.S. Krishnan (born 1932), well-known Social Justice Expet, has devoted his life to the cause of the rights of deprived social categories, particularly Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Bckward Classes. This has been the passion, the rationale and the golden thread of his life, As an IAS officer, who has held important and socially relevant positions under the State before his retire

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