Posted by: ramrajya | May 9, 2010

Dravidian Party leaders know Justice Party alienated itself from Dalits and Muslims.

Dravidian Party leaders know Justice Party alienated itself from Dalits and Muslims.

The Justice Party, officially known as South Indian Liberal Federation, was a political party in the Madras Presidency of British India. T. M. Nair and Theagaroya Chetty established the party in 1917. Communal division between Brahmins and non-Brahmins had taken root in the presidency during the late 19th and early 20th century. During its early years, the party was supporting the imperial administrative bodies and British politicians demanding more representation for non-Brahmins in administration and in the government. The Justice party was loyal to the British Empire and did not want to over throw the empire. During its early years, it opposed the Home rule movement.


Nellai Jabamani M.L.A. says that justice party was only supporting British Government and in the name agitation and supporting non-brahmins, they never supported backward class people, dalits and Muslims. All its ministerial members were Bobbili Raja, Panagal Raja, Muthiah Mudaliar, Thiagaraja chettiar, Kumaraswamy Reddiar, Annamalai chettiar and Muthia chettiar.These Justice party big shots will never come outside without the religious symbol in their forehead. The Justice Party people have spent lot of money for renovation of Temples and leaders like Periar and Arignar Annadurai never questioned them. The party became a representative of few non-Brahmin upper castes and alienated itself from Dalits and Muslims


Justice party leaders never took any interest to give Minister Portfolios to Backward class people like Pattiveeran Patti Soundarapandian Nadar and V.V.Ramasamy Nadar who have served a lot and spent large money for the uplift of Justice Party.


The Justice party and the Dravidar Kazhagam were the ideological and political predecessors to the present day Dravidian parties and for their self interest only they are talking about caste sentiments.


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