In February, 2019, Tamil Nadu Woman Becomes First Indian To Get ‘No Caste, No Religion’ Certificate After 9-Year-Long Battle

A Man from Haryana who fought to be declared atheist given “NO CASTE, NO RELIGION, & NO GOD” CERTIFICATE on April 29. An official inputs by the Haryana government which stating that, “It is certified that Mr. Ravi Kumar Atheist Son of Sh. Inder Lal Resident of Ward No. 11 Tohana, Tehsil Tohana, District Fatehabad belongs to no caste, no religion, & no God”. However, Tohana Court permitted the same in January 2018 and now he received the same identity certificate too by state government.

A 33 years old Indian Boy, Mr Ravi Kumar, currently working on a book (Related to Life). While he dissatisfied with Delhi Chief Minister Mr. Arvind Kejriwal, followed by many events. In a recent Interview, he stated that, i also got a certificate for Social Change Maker, as Anna Hazare got this one. He consider as a World’s first ‘Atheist’ man on social media as well..

Mr Ravi Kumar Atheist. Mr Ravi Kumar, 33 years old, In Haryana fought a case for two years to be declared an atheist. Then he got a certificate for it from the govt. “No caste, no god, no religion” certificate.

In February 2019, Tamil Nadu Woman Becomes First Indian To Get ‘No Caste’, ‘No Religion’ Certificate After 9-Year-Long Battle Sneha Parthibaraja, a 35-year-old lawyer from Vellore became the first woman to get an official ‘no religion, no caste’ certificate. On February 5th, Sub-Collector, Tirupattur, B. Priyanka Pankajam finally decided to give her the same identity certificate.

Thus, it’s high time that state government starts issuing ‘no religion, no caste‘ certificates to those who want it. In fact military is the only community in India where there is no religion, no caste, no division. The rest of India keeps fighting on basis of religion and caste, and military keeps reminding them it is always country first. Despite the same, The caste system may have been legally abolished in 1950, but if you live in India, the box for you to fill in ‘caste’ and ‘religion’ is still present in a lot of forms, society at large. Some of these boxes on forms are also compulsory, and you do not always have the option of leaving them empty..

Although, By such certificate which is recognized by government, People develop the courage to drop caste/religion rituals of their own. Let it be an inspiration to all in India. Notably, Sri Narayana Guru preached the doctrine of ‘One caste, One religion, One God.’ Its worth note that one of his atheist disciples, Sahadaran Ayyapan, changed into ‘no religion, no caste and no God for mankind..

Author: Trilok Singh, CEO here.

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