6 December Disabled Bravery Day in India
December 6, 2015 6:51am CST
No this is not celebrated like International Disabled Day (3rd December) Anyone can celebrate even without funds, but fear of riots and no government protection is the real reason. This day a disabled leader shot dead anti disabled leader in India's parliament in 1956. I am mentioning Girraj Sharan Singh Sinsinwar (First MP of Bharatpur, Rajasthan) popularly known as Bacchu Singh. Those days anti disabled man BR Sakpal (unpopularly known as Baba Sahib and Ambedkar) was trying to give caste depression colours to hide crime against differently abled. He was succeed in this, and also all protection and help meant for differently abled were transferred to birth based communities mentioned in Schedule of the constitution, this left differently abled to go without any future, no job and no financial help. Bacchu Singh was challenging such decision, but Ambedkar even mocked at Bacchu Singhs' disability which resulted into hated argument, and finally Bacchu Singh shot Ambedkar dead. Of course this is a small incident for those who are unaware, yet this is a great incidents for differently abled and their supporters in India.
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11 Dec 15
We still have to help them as much as possible. I think the governments in the world are not doing enough. In many cases, it is hard to for an able person to cross the road. If an able person finds it hard to cross the road safely, I cannot imagine how the disabled can do better.
7 Dec 15
People don't know about PolPot, they don't know about Kim Jong il, because it is hard to talk about them. People can now name Hitler, Stalin for murdering differently abled, however Ambedkar and Kim Jong iI are safe because of their supporters who can riot against any expose.