Yesterday Supreme Court apparently expressed dissatisfaction over imposition of President Rule in Arunachal Pradesh. It asked for the submission of Governor's recommendation immediately and issued notice to Central government for its response. The next date of hearing is 1st February.
Post Rohith Vemula's death a question has again come to fore whether the caste system in our society can be done away with. The reference such as 'deep rooted caste system' is always used to blame the ancient caste system and upper caste people. Politicians naturally will do politics for their vested interest but the so called caste crusaders too use such occasions to express anger against this social evil. Even one such crusader commented that caste system and democracy can't run hand in hand.
When I reached near HA1 coach of Kalka mail on January 21, 2016 at Kolkata, I found a huge presence of police personnel. I entered into my coup-B and immediately came to know from fellow passengers that Governor of West Bengal, Kesari Nath Tripathy would travel in this train up to Allahabad. The journey was planned in a hurry because of some medical urgency in the family of the Governor at his home town Allahabad.
What sane people had feared the most, the same thing happened post Rohith Vemula's suicide. The caste vultures made a beeline to the University of Hyderabad, started doing caste politics and hard selling caste provocation so as to create a confrontation among Dalit and non-Dalit students/young people of this country like what happened during 90s when two groups of students violently confronted over Mandal Commission recommendations. World want to go ahead but these people want to bring India 25 years back.