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BJP is trying to convert Bastar’s Adivasis and OBCs to Hinduism

Lokesh Sori is an Adivasi leader in Pankhajur, in Chhattisgarh’s Kanker district. On 27 September 2017, he made history by having a case filed against local organizers of Durga Puja. Strangely enough, the police arrested him and put him in prison. He spoke to Tameshwar Sinha after his release on bail

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About The Author

Tameshwar sinha

Tameshwar Sinha is an independent journalist based in Chhattisgarh. He has focused on the struggles of the Adivasis in his articles published in various newspapers and magazines.

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