As you have read in the Section on “Problems of Mulnivasi Bahujan”, the lives of Mulnivasi Bahujan are full of problems caused by Brahmanism and its products: Caste & Patriarchy.
Ideally the democratically elected Governments would have been expected to implement the Constitution in letter and spirit and solve these problems. But what we find is Governments are doing little to counter Brahmanism and solve these problems because ruling class in India comes from ruling castes. Interests of the ruling class lie in preserving Brahmanism and not destroying it. India is a unique country in the whole world, where the rulers of the (democratic republic) nation are proactively working against the success of the majority of its citizens!
If Governments are not serious about solving these problems, who should solve these and what should be the duty of suffering people? Naturally, any responsible and thinking individual with compassion in his/her heart for fellow brethren would endeavour to utilize all might and resources at his/her disposal to change inequality based social system and liberate his/her brethren from this slavery. This is what our forefathers and foremothers did. They set the classic examples of resistance to slavery and a sense of social responsibility and that is how we have reached to a situation where some of us enjoy some basic rights, especially those of us who are able to read and understand this text. Great minds and compassionate human beings, such as Gautam Buddha in ancient period, many saints/gurus such as Ravidas, Tukaram, Chokamela and Kabir in the medieval period and social revolutionaries such as Rashtrapita Jyotiba Phule, Savitribai Phule, Iyothee Thass, Birsa Munda, Periyar Ramaswamy, Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj, Narayan Guru, Ayyankali, and others in modern Indian history. The most recent example of such a revolutionary and the great role model for today's highly educated and professional youth is Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar. He was an Alumnus of Columbia University and London School of Economics and Political Science and despite his two doctoral degrees in and inclination to Economics, sacrificed his bright career in Economics and chosen to do Law from Grey's Inn in London, and decided to work for liberation of his fellow brethren. Most of the rights and constitutional safeguards that we find in Indian Constitution are because of his tireless and passionate efforts. So what lesson we can learn from these great forefathers and foremothers? One common thing that we find in these great social revolutionaries is that they started making best possible use of their intellectual and financial resources for the liberation movement from their youth days and thus have set an example before us. However, the mission they have initiated has not yet reached its goal. As we have read in other Sections and experience in our own life, the Brahmanical caste system still paralyses us in every walk of life. Hence, there is an urgent need to annihilate the caste system, uproot Brahmanism and create an ideal and just society based on liberty, equality, fraternity and justice.
Dear Mulnivasi Brothers and Sisters, you are very precious and highly resourceful asset of the deprived Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj. You have got immensely benefitted from the sacrifices of the great leaders and activists before you and now it is your turn to “Pay Back to Society”. Many of you do have concerns and you think about the progress and success of our fellow brethren. However, thinking in isolation gives no results because there is no action. Working in isolation has very limited impact because there is no teamwork and organized effort. Teamwork in a localized area has a short-lived benefit because it doesn’t bring structural change in the society and doesn’t affect powerful ideological enemy working at national level. Therefore, to ensure a decisive and permanent change in the social system, be a part of national level social movement by joining Mulnivasi Sangh and leverage a unique opportunity to make a sustainable transformation in the lives of our Mulnivasi Bahujan Samaj. We congratulate you for thinking about getting socially connected, with the passion and mind-set of 'Paying Back to Society', and appreciate your active participation and contribution, intellectually as well as financially, for the betterment of our future and that of our future generations!