Struggle for Justice to Dalit Christians
Brojendra Nath Banerjee
New Age International (P) Limited, 1997 - Religion - 123 pages
Relates to Christians belonging to economically backward and socially underprivileged classes in India.
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Degraded Social Existence of Voiceless People
Struggle for Justice
Do Dalit Christians Deserve Reservation?
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AICPF Atrocities Act Backward Classes basis of religion Bill cent Central Government change of religion Chatterji Christian community Christian Dalits Christian demand Christian People's Forum Christians of Scheduled Church Common Minimum Programme Congress government Constitution Scheduled Castes converts to Christianity Dalit Christians Dalit Hindus Delhi denied discrimination against Christian economic election electoral equal rights extend reservations Government of India ground of religion H.D. Deve Gowda Hinduism human rights include Christians Janata Karnataka Kerala Lok Sabha Mandal Commission Mantar memorandum movement Narasimha Rao oppressed Ordinances organisations political parties President's Constitution Scheduled Presidential Order Prevention of Atrocities Prime Minister Prof Programme Protection of Civil quota Ram Vilas Paswan Rao government reservations to Dalit Saral SC list Scheduled Caste converts Scheduled Caste origin Scheduled Caste status Scheduled Tribes secular Shankar Dayal Sharma Sikh and Buddhist Sikhism social justice society socio-economic status and privileges struggle Tamil Nadu untouchables upper caste V.P. Singh