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New Delhi, August 16: A day after the government issued a circular that warned the media against not reporting on the matter of unauthorised colonies running rampant in the national capital, the media continues to be on the lookout for reports of atrocities against Dalits by upper caste individuals. The Dalit rights activists of the country are trying hard to expose the atrocities and urge the media to publish the reports. The activist group National Dalit Samiti, NDSS, has written to the media asking them to do the same. According to them, the media, in their attempt to highlight the Dalits plight and the atrocities against them, have been trying to make a big deal out of nothing. The NDSS is also demanding that the government take steps to stop the atrocities. They have even written to the Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal. The organisation has also been receiving threats by telephone and through letters. One of their volunteers, Maniramma, stated the threats very bluntly. Dalits like us are targeted in this country and we are being intimidated. The police should act against these individuals and those who are giving threats. The government has to take strong measures and take action against the perpetrators. We are the majority in this country and the government should act against those responsible for harassing us, she said. In an update on August 15, the National Commission for Scheduled Castes, NCSC which is also headed by a Dalit, stated that the number of unauthorised colonies in Delhi is increasing at a rapid pace. The NCSC said it had received reports of three such colonies in south Delhi, which had already been declared illegal by the Delhi High Court. The NCSC claims that it has been receiving an increasing number of such complaints from Dalit families. The NCSC has instructed the police to take strong action against the alleged offenders. NCSC members say that it has been getting similar complaints from a handful of Dal.

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