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Kaka Kalelkar

Chairman

First Backward Class Commission

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First Backward Class Commission

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Youth For Equality

www.youthforequality.com [cached]

The Chairman of First Backward Class Commission, Kaka Kalelkar, pleaded that the reservations and other remedies recommended on the basis of caste would not be in the interest of society and country.
He opined that the principle of caste should be eschewed altogether. Then alone, he said, would it be possible to help the extremely poor and deserving members of all the communities. He wrote:


Youth For Equality

www.youthforequality.com [cached]

Kaka Kalelkar, Chairman , First Backward Class Commission, in his covering letter of the report, describes the criteria to identify backwards and Non-Backwards ( Report of the First Backward Class Commission , 1955, Pages xiv-xv ):


www.udayindia.org

The Chairman of First Backward Class Commission, Kaka Kalelkar, pleaded that the reservations and other remedies recommended on the basis of caste would not be in the interest of society and country.
He opined that the principle of caste should be eschewed altogether. Then alone, he said, would it be possible to help the extremely poor and deserving members of all the communities.


Dalit Christians

Report of Kaka Kalelkar, Chairman of the Backward Classes Commission, Jan 3rd, 1955


INDOlink - Analysis - Church In Turmoil

www.indolink.com [cached]

Kaka Kalelkar, chairman of the Backward Classes Commission of 1955, said, "We discovered with deep pain and sorrow that untouchability did obtain in the extreme south among Indian Christians, and Indian Christians were prepared in many places to assert that they were still guided by caste, not only in the matter of untouchability, but in social hierarchy of high and low.While the Harijans among the Hindus, classified as scheduled castes, stand a fair chance of bettering their condition under the Indian government's reservation policy, their Christian counterparts stand twice discriminated." Kalelkar was referring to Dalit Christians in Kerala.


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