Introduction to PAGAAM
PAGAAM is the abbreviation of PHULEY AMBEDKARI GOURAVSHALI AND ADARSHVADI MUHIM. PAGAAM is a non Political, non Religious, social organisation of oppressed and exploited Indians. It is to create general awareness amongst masses about root causes of their sufferings, PAGAAM is to find out remedies through scientific, peaceful and constitutional methods. It is to strive to transform Indian society into a strong and model nation.
The efforts of PAGAAM in the direction of social awakening amongst backward classes is not new. Whenever some intelligent and awakened personality amongst these communities got an opportunity. The struggle was initiated. But due to the willful and determined attitudes of the oppressor class all such efforts were nullified and suppressed. From the historical evidence, we can see that Adi dharmi Movement in Punjab, Jatav and Kureel movement in western and central U.P Namo-shudra Movement in Bengal, Ramanami-Satnami Movement in Madhya Pradesh, Adi-Shudra movement in Andhra Pradesh, Adi Dravida Movement in Tamil Nadu, Polayas and Ezava Movement in Kerala and many such other movements started in almost all over India in the beginning of 20th century.
OBJECTIVE OF PAGAAM
- To establish social identity to follow ideology of Mahatma Jyotiba Phuley and Baba Sahib Ambedkar to create moral and free society for social transformation.
- To develop capable, competent and selfless leadership and cadres to lead mass movement for national integration and pull society out of clutches of chatur varna system.
- To find permanent solution to social inequality through casteless and classless society and improve work culture and working conditions against economic exploitation.
- To create need and desire to lead meaningful life with respect, recognition and dignity of labour.
- To create mass awareness about constitutional safeguards and struggle to get proportionate share in the national wealth.