Satyamev Jayate Episode 10 Watch Online

Satyameva Jayate Aamir KhanAre all men truly born equal? Not really if we look at the way people are being discriminated based on their caste and creed in our country. Join Aamir on today’s episode of Satyamev Jayate highlighting Caste Discrimination in India.

The discrimination is so deep-rooted that even elected MPs are not spared. MP P L Punia who is also the Chairman of the National Commission for Scheduled Castes was barred from entering the Kali temple in Odisha because he is from a scheduled caste and his community has been traditionally not allowed to enter the temple.

Things never changed and the discrimination never ended for Dr Kaushal Panwar right from her schooling years to the present day where she is working as a university professor in Delhi.

Mr Stalin’s documentary reveals that untouchability is well-entrenched and is still being widely practised across the country by people of all religions – right from children being discriminated at schools to people being discriminated at social functions.

Justice Chandrashekhar Dharmadhikari says that the labels of caste and community are so deeply ingrained in people’s mind that they continue to remain even after a person’s death, and the only way to stop caste-based discrimination is to refuse the existence of a caste system.

Despite there being provisions by law to stop manual scavenging, there are still around 13 lakh families across the country who continue to be employed in the most demeaning and humiliating profession ever known to man.

Now Watch Satyamev Jayate Episode 10  Online on Untouchability

As vital to our existence as air, water and food, is our dignity. Yet, in India, crores of people are forced to live stripped of this very dignity

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Many people think that with the spread of education and awareness, untouchability has disappeared from India. But the truth is very far from this.

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Justice Chandrashekhar Dharmadhikari says that the labels we use to identify ourselves often obscure our real identity. And in India, the labels of caste and community are so hard to shake off that they remain even after death.

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Sixty-five years after Independence and with the country having made great strides in all fields, it is a matter of abject shame that manual scavenging and cleaning of night soil is still carried out very widely.

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Left to themselves, children don’t recognize differences among themselves, and they mix with one another naturally. Caste discrimination can be eradicated if we stop teaching it to our children.

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Now Watch the Episode Song Kabir Vaani, rendered into lyrics by Munna Dhiman, set to music by Ram Sampath.

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