The Devendra Kula Vellalar Bill was passed in the Lok Sabha

The Devendra Kula Vellalar Bill was passed in the Lok Sabha

In Tamil Nadu, a bill was passed in the Lok Sabha yesterday to unite the seven caste divisions to form the Devendra Kula Velalar. As, were urged to call by the same name.


The federal government said it would take action to meet the demand. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah had promised this when they visited Tamil Nadu. In this context, the bill to amend the law was discussed yesterday afternoon. At the time, Sunita Tukal, BJP MP from Haryana, said: The specialties of the Mallar community, which belonged to the Sangam period, are in various inscriptions. In the main temples, these people are still given special respect. It is believed that all problems will be solved if the Devendras pull the chariot by the rope

It was during the English period that these people were included in the category of the downtrodden. Speaking in front of the affected people in Chennai, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “If I am Narendra, you are Devendra.” He said, “Punjab Congress MP Amar Singh is campaigning for the Tamil Nadu Assembly elections.” Meanwhile, the bill has been brought in for political reasons, ”he said.


Speaking on the occasion, Uttar Pradesh BJP MP Rita Bahuguna Joshi said, “These people, who were landlords, have been degraded in the society over time. “Those who work in agriculture are asking for their respect,” he said. Accepting it, the Prime Minister has now fulfilled his promise to them, ”he said.
– Our Delhi Correspondent –



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