Fairbridge abuse claims outlined in the report. (Photo by Matt Wuerker)
New Delhi: A report by the Anti-Tribal Violence Research Project (ATVR), an advocacy and research arm of the Hindu group and the Delhi University, reveals a serious level of sexual abuse perpetrated by Indian upper-caste Hindus on the upper castes of Muslim communities in the UK.
The “Punishment of Punishment” report highlights that upper caste Hindus have also sexually harassed Dalit Dalits, a socially marginalised community, according to the report published로투스 홀짝 in the December issue of the Indian Human Rights Commission.
“These acts have been documented, for example, by the Hindu organisations, community activists, and women’s organisations,” said Jaipadi Ghosh, a senior researcher at the ATVR.
A sample of allegations recorded by the organization from around 60 Muslim victims of abuse include verbal, physical and sexual insults by upper caste Hindus, sexual harassment of Dalit Dalits, harassment of young Dalit women and harassment of lower caste Muslim women, while more than 40% of the cases were recorded against upper caste Muslim women.
Ghosh also found that many of these cases went unreported, with a large number of cases being referred to authorities as “incidents of minor harassment”.
The group said that the harassment of Dalit Dalits is a longstanding and endemic practice in the region. “This is a phenomenon that has not been looked at in depth by other international non-governmental (NGO) organizations,” said Ghosh.
The reports highlights “deep-rooted” poverty among the lower castes, a major reason given by lower caste Muslim men in recent times for turning to violence against them.
“We want to draw a parallel with other groups and understand where there is discrimination예스 카지노, that that is also a part of it,” said Ghosh, who believes that the pattern of violence was also prevalent and widespread amongst Dalit communities when they first started developing their own culture, religions and강릉안마 political and socio-economic structure, but was now mostly suppressed by Hindus.
He believes that Hindus also continue to exploit the Dalits in their own ways by instigating them to associate and interact with non-Dalit communities, while also encouraging them to go along with the mainstream agenda of mainstream religions in order to get recognition and financial benefits.
The “Punishment of Punishment” report, in the wake of the Supreme Court’s recent ruling that “the right to privacy i