Chandrashekhar Azad Ravan, the co-founder and national president of the Bhim Army, is seen as a popular figure among Dalits in India. He is known for his outspoken advocacy for Dalit rights and his willingness to challenge the caste system.

Azad was born in 1986 in the town of Chhutmalpur in Uttar Pradesh. He studied law at Hemvati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University and then worked as a lawyer in Delhi. In 2015, he co-founded the Bhim Army, a Dalit rights organization that has been involved in protests against caste discrimination.

Azad has faced multiple arrests due to his active involvement in various social causes, he was arrested for sedition and spent two years in jail. He was released in 2019 on bail.

Despite the challenges he has faced, Azad remains a popular figure among Dalits. He is seen as a symbol of hope and resistance for Dalits who are fighting for their rights.

In a recent interview, Azad said that he is committed to fighting for the rights of all Dalits. He said that he will not rest until all Dalits are treated with dignity and respect.

Azad’s popularity among Dalits is a sign of the growing discontent among Dalits with the current government. Dalits are facing a number of challenges, including discrimination in education, employment, and housing. They are also facing violence from upper-caste groups.

Azad’s activism has given hope to many Dalits. He has shown them that they can fight for their rights and that they can make a difference. Azad is a role model for Dalits, and he is an inspiration to many.

The future of Dalit rights in India is uncertain. However, Azad’s activism has given Dalits a voice and it has shown them that they can fight for their rights. If Azad is able to continue his activism, he could make a significant difference in the lives of Dalits in India.