Volume : VI, Issue : II, February - 2017

A Qualitative Case Study Analysis of Human Rights Violations of Dalits in Tamilnadu State of India

S. Prabhu

Abstract :

 All human beings are born with equal dignity, status and respect in the world to live as human being, but Dalits are not born with  equal dignity  to enjoy status and respect in life not only in Tamilnadu,it is a Problem of entire India. Dalits in Tamilnadu mostly landless, agricultural labourers and residing in corner side of the locality  with poor living and hygienic conditions in rural areas mostly depend on caste hindus for mercy of livelihoods except small number of Dalits who have got benefited the rule of reservation in public employment. It is a state with high literacy rate and economic growth but feeling of caste pride and superiority remains among with many caste hindu people, which ultimately induce the caste hindus to perpetrate  crime and human rights violations against Dalits. The study  shows that both Government of India and Tamilnadu have been failed to check and ensure the  human rights accountability measures of Dalits in the state in order to ensure the concept of public administration is an instrument of socio-economic change of modern state.

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S.Prabhu, A Qualitative Case Study Analysis of Human Rights Violations of Dalits in Tamilnadu State of India, GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS : Volume-6, Issue-2, February‾2017


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