Kurnool Massacre of 30 Dalits,
July 16, 1998
by Brahminist Terrorists

After the establishment of Hindu Rashtra under Pandit Nehru in 1947, the Aryas have stepped up their Vedic race war against the Sudras. In Sri Lanka, the Aryan Sinhalas have sought to exterminate the Dravidian Temils, whilst in the subcontinent, the main targets of the Aryan warriors have been the poor landless Dalits or Black Untouchables. In Andhra Pradesh, Brahminist militiamen have embarked upon a series of massacres of Dalits or Adidravidas, and have used the Kautilyan invention of `Divide and Rule' by pitting Dravidians against each other.

On July 16, 1998, Brahminist terrorists entered a Dalit village near Kurnool in Andhra Pradesh at night under cover of darkness. They then started to hack their helpless victims to death. The police, mainly composed of Arya castes, aided the savage Brahmin terrorists in their assault. Following the massacre, the Brahmin fanatics burned the houses of the Dalits to the ground whilst shouting slogans of `Jai Ram'.

Human Rights Watch World Report 1999

" In Andhra Pradesh’s Kurnool district as many as thirty low-caste villagers were killed in the early morning hours of July 16. The victims were hacked to death, and their bodies were thrown into a house which was then set on fire. At least one hundred other houses were burned to the ground. High-caste villagers were believed responsible for carrying out the massacre in apparent retaliation for the murder of a high-caste community leader by members of the People’s War Group (PWG), a Marxist-Leninist organization that has advocated the use of violence to achieve land reform. Many Dalits in the area supported the PWG, and most of those killed belonged to Dalit communities. Local police did not appear on the scene for more than ten hours after the massacre. Dalit villagers told local human rights investigators that many of their attackers remained in the village after the massacre and appeared to have police protection. "

Reference : Human Rights Watch World Report 1999, http://www.hrw.org/

-- Gopal Mahato,
Dalitstan Journal
Volume 1, Issue 2 (Oct. 1999)

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