Global Advanced Research Journal of History, Political Science and International Relations ISSN:2315-506X
March 2012 Vol. 1(2), pp 027-031
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The case study of scheduled caste in western Uttar – Pradesh (Meerut 2005-2010), India
Abhimanyu Kumar1* and Mohd. Shadab2
1Assistant professor sociology government P.G., college, Ranikhet Almora.
2Research scholar, government P.G., college, Ranikhet, Almora.
*Corresponding author E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accepted 20 March, 2012
This paper is based on the Secondary data collected from secondary sources, i.e. the news paper and findings which have come out from this analysis. As we have said earlier that data for this study have also been collected form secondary sources. For collecting data we have selected Hindi News Papers Dainik Jagran and Amar Ujala, for identifying events. We have collected the news cutting of various news items which are related to the scheduled caste protests in western U.P District (Meerut) during last Five years from 2005 to 2010. On the basis of these items we have made an effort to analysis the scheduled caste protest in Meerut District. We have found 100 news items based on 11 various issues such as land related cases, reservation policy cases, rape cases, corruption in development schemes, crop cases, and punchayat conflict tourchers against scheduled caste, killing / Murder against scheduled caste conflicts beside these issues. We have also taken area of events as another variable, rural, semi urban and urban. We have also presented the record of six concerned authorities like District Magistrate, S.D.M. police administration, development officer, state government, chief minister and punchayat against whom the protests have been held.
Keywords: Scheduled caste, Secondary data, Meerut district, crimes