Frequently Asked Questions

What is 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 (Backwards and Minorities). 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.


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What do we mean by Backward Classes and minorities?

PAGAAM is a non Political, non Religious, social organisation of oppressed and exploited Indians (Backwards and Minorities). It is to creatThe term Backward has reference in the article 16(4) of the Constitution of India. S.C., ST. and O.B.C. have been jointly referred to as Backwards because historically they are the people of one class only. All the castes, falling in these categories, are backward, but the degree of backwardness varies. This is due to the doctrine of graded inequality, professed by Brahminism. The Scheduled castes, Scheduled tribes and Other Backward Class people are well aware that they all are suffering due to caste discrimination and historically they are one class of people.

As far as the term Minority is concerned, it refers to the religious minorities. Social scientists have proved that during the course of history some of the present day S.C., ST. and O.B.C. got converted to different religions at different point of time. These mainly include Muslims, Sikhs, Christians and Buddhists.


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What is the meaning of Bahujan Samaj?

SC, ST, OBC’s and Minorities together constitute about 85% population is the worst sufferer of the present
Brahminical order and together they are referred as Bahujans.


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What is the key problem of Bahujans?

The key problem of the Bahujans is the present social order which is based on the inequality. In such a system they are slaves and can not lead a respectful life.


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What is the relationship of Pagaam with other social organisations working for Bahujans?

PAGAAM would support any organistion or activity working to further the cause of Bahujan Movement and spreading the Phule Ambedkarite ideology. If they are working towards this goal, PAGAAM’s work is made easier


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There are so many social organisations in the country? Is this not a problem.

PAGAAM believes that social organistions like PAGAAM are schools which provide social education to the society which is not taught in the present educational system. Our field work shows that there is acute shortage of such schools in India as most of the even educated employees have been untouched by any such school. Though PAGAAM is working to reach all but has not been able to do so. Accordingly, we believe that more social organisations working sincerely is required. However, there is need to have same syllabus and textbook for all social schools for which PAGAAM is working


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Does Pagaam support a particular political party?

PAGAAM does not support any particular political party. However the political party which is closely following the
ideologies which PAGAAM supports and propagates will definitely get to benefit


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Does Pagaam support a particular political party?

PAGAAM does not support any particular political party. However the political party which is closely following the
ideologies which PAGAAM supports and propagates will definitely get to benefit


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Can Pagaam have its own Political party in future?

Pagaam is a social organisation and will remain direction centre for the society. Dr. Ambedkar says that political
power is master key. However he further says that political revolution follows social revolution.
Pagaam Founder, also says “Political power can deliver great results provided it is under the social control”.


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Does Pagaam advises its members to vote a particular party?

Voting is the prerogative of a voter and is secret. Pagaam educates its members not only about past but also about the prevailing environment. It enables them to take appropriate decision on political issues.


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So many organisations and people have betrayed us in past. How do we believe in Pagaam?

The bitter fact is that we have betrayed such organisations and people. We do not associated fully, our following
of the ideology is shallow, we have no authority. So the person flies when gets opportunity. If we are deep
rooted, we can not allow such people to get away as we can tell such people authoritatively.
Hence, our advise to people joining Pagaam is to associate fully with the ideology, so that if the leaders deviate
from the path you can direct them with authority.


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