Villagers welcomed Dalit MP who was once prevented from entering the village

Bengaluru: Recently the case of discrimination on the basis of caste with a Dalit MP of BJP was in the news. BJP MP A. Narayanaswamy from K Chitradurga in Karnataka was barred from entering Pemmanahalli village in Tumkur due to being a Dalit. Now the villagers have welcomed him and a grand program of his greetings was held, which also included priests and community leaders. Actually, on September 17, BJP MP A.K. in a village in Tumkuru, Karnataka. Narayanaswamy was barred from entering the temple. It is said that the number of Yadav community in the village is high. While A. Narayanaswamy is from the Dalit community.

MP Narayanaswamy went to Paramanahalli village in Tumkuru district to find out the problems so that a roadmap for development works could be prepared. He wanted to build a road construction and drinking water unit in the village but had to return. In this regard, a local citizen Nagraj said that we have an old tradition. There is a long history here, so the people of the village said that the MP should not be allowed to enter the temple. MP Narayanaswamy expressed disappointment over the incident. He said that "They did not let me enter my parliamentary constituency because of my caste".

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