All over the world multinational companies and transnational corporations behind the garb of parliamentary legitimacy are engaged in naked plunder of natural and human resources. Ithas become the responsibility of every person to resist the dictatorship of the capitalist class and work towards the establishment of an egalitarian society. In India, there has been a constant struggle by the exploited (Dalits, Adivasis) against the dominant ruling class/castes. It is a struggle between rich and poor; high caste and low caste. It is the struggle to expose the myth of an Indian nation.
The term 'Dalit' refers to lower-caste communities, also called the 'untouchables.' The Dalit Panthers were inspired by the US Black Panther Party. The Dalit Panthers like the Naxalites confronted state repression, upper-castes private armies, and ruling class goons. But this militancy of the Dalit Panthers did not last long as the leadership fell prey to the ruling class co-option and containment. By 1979, the Dalit Panthers group splintered different factions each led by self-styled autocratic leaders. For the Dalit Panthers: