The Dalit protestors came on the streets and violently protested the ruling which was meant for the protection of Dalits. Section 144 of the unlawful criminal was put in many states as this Dalit protest was a threat to the other population.
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Dalit Organisation is protesting on the streets for the changes that are made in the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act 1989. Following the new ruling by Supreme Court which states that there will be a Ban on automatic arrest and registration of criminal case against the accused SC and ST.
According to Modi government, this ruling may harm the protection if Dalit crimes and SC and ST crimes will rise in a visible manner. Protests were seen in several parts of the country and a National Bandh was announced on 2nd of April. There is reported a huge violence like Roadblocks and suffering of many lives. These protestors did anything they wanted to show their anger which eventually created a lot of chaos in the streets. However, one incident while the protest going on has shocked the country.
A Sikh Man was so angered with the protestors that he took a huge step to show them that they can’t do whatever they wanted.
This man who is a Nihang Sikh came by car with his wife in the protest that was going on in the Ambala Highway. He was asked to stop his car by the protestors and when he came out, he shouted at the top of his lungs that he’s not going to listen to them. They can protest where ever they wanted.
Along with a police force present on the streets who couldn’t handle the chaos this Sikh man himself was enough. On being stopped he cited that it was an emergency but another protestor abused him loudly. This enraged the Sikh Man and he ran with his sword to chase that person without listening to anyone.
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This clearly proves that a Sikh Man alone can face the hundreds of people and win. He is a former army officer and his courage has shocked everyone. If you find this man to be brave, click here to read this lady who saved lives.