Blind Youths thrashed by police, Delhi Government turned into mute spectator
New Delhi: Another shameful and a shocking incident took place on panchkuiya road which comes within the proximity of the parliament of India when Delhi police did a lathi charge on the blind youth who were staging a peaceful protest there.
Student of blind college located at panchkuiya road raising their voice against the brutal order of Delhi government’s education department which has rail roaded the administration to throw the blind youth out from there without providing them an apt accomodation and basic facilities.
National Blind Youth Association (NBYA) has extended their full support to the affected blind youth and take up this issue into the consideration of the authority which can resolve this mess.
S. Yadav, Gen. Secretary of NBYA said, “Delhi’s CM Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy CM Manish Sisodiya have become a mute spectator to such a cruelty showered on the blind and helpless people. He alleged that government wants to take over this premises for fulfilling some other purpose in the same manner as what happened with the Hari Nagar’s blind hostel couple of years back.”
Bhanwar Singh, Jt. Secretary NBYA said, “As a part of a responsible society we should come forward and extend our support to safeguard the interest and dignity of blind people.
A blind boy name Ashok recieved serious injuries due to this cruel lathi charge by police but none of the politician tried to know the status of this poor boy, Since he doesn’t carry a votebank in this country.”