Videoactivist Stops Dumping of Animal Carcass into ‘Dalit’ Well

Casteists troublemakers in a village in Gujarat were dumping animal carcasses in the so-called 'dalit' well in Mota Timbla village in Limbadi District. Because of caste barriers and oppression, this was the only drinking water well for the dalit families in the village. IndiaUnheard Community Correspondent Bipin Solanki, a Dalit himself, used his camera to document the mischief. He gathered his community and they registered a complaint with the concerned authorities. The well has now been cleaned. An official inquiry has been set-up to investigate the incident.

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