To end manual scavenging in India, Hindu religious leaders must speak up on manual scavenging in India has highlighted an citing Hindu leaders protesting manual scavenging.
If Manual scavenging is a castebased practice: most manual scavengers come from the Hindu Valmiki community or the Muslim Haila community. Hailas are categorised as" Other Backward Classes" whereas the Valmikis belong to the" Scheduled Caste" (or dalit) category. A Bill seeking to eliminate manual scavenging and insanitary latrines and to provide for the rehabilitation of manual scavengers has been enacted by the Government Aug 20, 2018 According to data compiled by the Safai Karmachari Aandolan, which calls itself a movement to eradicate manual scavenging in India, at least 813 sewerrelated deaths were reported in Jul 23, 2016 Although manual scavenging is prohibited in the country, as per the latest SocioEconomic Caste Census data released in 2015, India still has 1, 80, 657 households that make a Manual scavenging is a term used mainly in India for a castebased occupation involving the manual removal of untreated human excreta from bucket toilets or pit latrines by hand with buckets and shovels.
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