DIGNITY REPORTER – KATHMANDU: Dalit Liberation Front of Nepal is organising its fifth National Conference on November 13-15, at Dhangadhi of Kailali district.
General Secretary of Communist Party of Nepal, Netra Bikram Chand, better known as Biplav, is scheduled to inaugurate the conference as a chief guest amid a mass gathering on November 13.
“Preparations for the conference are almost complete,” said the General Secretary of the Front, Ramlal Bishwokarma. “We have prepared our ideological, political, organizational, publicity and managerial proposals for the conference.”
According to Bishwokarma, around 350 delegates from all the 77 districts of Nepal and abroad are participating in the conference.
The political organizations working for Dalits which are affiliated to the major political parties of Nepal and India have been invited to attend the programme as guests.
As per the schedule, the inauguration programme will start after a huge mass rally along with cultural programmes and typical Dalit community folk musical instruments among others.
This Front is struggling against the alround politico-economic and socio-cultural exploitation, repression, discrimination and deprivation of the Dalit Comunity for a long time by the state.
“It believes that the total change in the present comprador parliamentary system and the establishment of scientific socialism can only liberate the Dalit Community completely. It can be achieved through a unified Dalit movement along with class struggle under the leadership of a communist party,” Bishwokarma told the Dignity Post. “The conference is going to discuss and synthesize on Dalit ideology, politics, political line, name of the organization and policy and programmes.”