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எம் என் ராய், அம்பேத்கர், பிரிட்டிஷ் அரசு

எம். என். ராய்… இவரைப் பற்றி விக்கிபீடியாவில் இப்படி தான் மேற்கோள் காட்டப்பட்டு இருக்கும். இவர் பெயரில் இன்றளவும் எம் என் ராய் மெமோரியல் லெக்சர் என்கிற நிகழ்ச்சி ஏற்பாடு செய்யப்பட்டு பெரிய பெரிய அரசியல் தலைவர்கள், அறிவு ஜீவிகள் பலவகையான விஷயங்களை பேசுவர். ஆனால் இவர் சுதந்திரத்திற்காக ஏதோ பயங்கரமாக பாடுபட்டார் என்று சொல்வதெல்லாம் எந்த அளவில் உண்மை என்று தெரியவில்லை. இன்னும் சொல்லப்போனால் பிரிட்டிஷ் அரசாங்கத்தின் சம்பள பட்டுவாடா கணக்கில் இவர் மற்றும் அம்பேத்கார் இருந்திருக்கின்றனர். அதுவும் அந்தக் காலத்தில் மாதம் ரூ 13000/- (இன்றைய தேதியில் பார்த்தால் பல இலட்சத்திற்கும் மேல் ) பிரிட்டிஷ் அரசு இவர் தலைமை ஏற்ற தொழில் சங்கத்திற்கு தொடர்ந்து அளித்து வந்திருக்கிறது! ஆனால் இந்த பணம் இவரது தனிப்பட்ட செயல்பாட்டிற்கு மட்டுமே பயன்பட்டு வந்திருக்கிறதே அன்றி மற்ற எந்தவொரு தொழிலாளருக்கும் பயன்பெறவே இல்லை. இன்னும் சொல்லப் போனால் இது போன்ற ஒரு பணம் மாதா மாதம் பிரிட்டிஷ் அரசு கொடுக்கிறது என்பதே உறுப்பினர்களுக்கு தெரியவில்லை. ஆனால் அம்பேத்காருக்கு இவை அனைத்தும் தெரியும். தெரிந்தும் வாய் மூடி மௌனியாக இந்த கள்ளத்தனத்திற்கு துணை போய் இருக்கிறார்.. இது சம்பந்தமான விவாதங்களில் அம்பேத்கார்  காங்கிரஸ் கட்சியின் அரசு உறுப்பினர்கள் கேட்ட கேள்விகளுக்கு என்ன மாதிரியான பதிலை அளித்தார் என்பது பற்றி அருண் ஷோரி அவர்கள் எழுதிய Worshipping False Gods என்கிற புத்தகம் படித்தால் தெரியும்.. முதலில் விக்கிபீடியா மேற்கோள் காட்டும் பதிவு இதோ:-

மனபேந்திர நாத் ராய் அல்லது எம். என். ராய் (M. N. Roy, 21 மார்ச்சு 1887 – 26 ஜனவரி 1954) இந்தியா விடுதலை அடைய புரட்சிச் செயல்களில் ஈடுபட்டவர். ஒரு கம்யூனிஸ்ட்டு, போராளி, சிந்தனையாளர், நாத்திகர் என்று இவர் போற்றப்படுகிறார்.

இவரது இயற்பெயர் நரேந்திர நாத் பட்டாச்சாரியா. தந்தை ஒரு புரோகிதர்.ராய் மேற்கு வங்கத்தில் ஆர்பிலியா என்னும் ஊரில் பிறந்தார். அவருடைய பள்ளிப்படிப்பு ஆர்பிலியாவில் தொடங்கியது. வங்கத்தொழில் கழகத்தில் பொறியியலும் வேதியலும் கற்றார். சொந்தமுயற்சியில் தொடர்ந்து படித்து தம் அறிவைப் பெருக்கிக்கொண்டார். 19ஆம் நூற்றாண்டின் இறுதியில் இந்தியத்தேசிய உணர்ச்சி எங்கும் பரவத் தொடங்கியது. பக்கிம் சந்திர சாட்டர்சி, விவேகானந்தர் ஆகியோரின் எழுத்துகளைப் படித்து ராய் உணர்வு பெற்றார். பிரித்தானிய அரசுக்கு எதிராகப் போராடி இந்தியா விடுதலை பெறவேண்டும் என்று விரும்பினார். ஆயுதப்புரட்சி மூலம் மாற்றம் காணலாம் என்று நம்பினார்.
மெக்சிக்கோவிலும் இந்தியாவிலும் பொதுவுடைமைக் கட்சியைத் தொடங்கினார். தொழிலாளர் பற்றிய சட்டங்களைப் படித்து அவற்றில் ஆழ்ந்த அறிவு பெற்றார்.மெக்சிக்கோவிலிருந்து உருசியாவுக்குச் சென்றார். அங்கு லெனின், டிராட்ச்கி, ஸ்டாலின் ஆகியோரின் நட்பைப் பெற்றார். 1923இல் கம்யூனிஸ்டுக் கொள்கைத் திட்டம் வகுக்கப்பட்டது. இக்கொள்கைத் திட்டத்தில் எம். என். ராயின் கருத்துக்களும் விவாதிக்கப்பட்டன. பின்னர் உஸ்பெகிஸ்தான், சீனா ஆகிய நாடுகளுக்கும் சென்று பொதுவுடைமைக் கருத்துகளைப் பரப்பினார்.
1930 திசம்பரில் இந்தியாவுக்குத் திரும்பினார். ஜவகர்லால் நேரு, சுபாஸ் சந்திர போஸ் ஆகியோரைச் சந்தித்துப் பேசினார். இந்தியாவில் காங்கிரசுக் கட்சியில் சேர விரும்பினார். இருப்பினும் காந்தியடிகளின் தலைமையை அவர் விரும்பவில்லை. பம்பாயில் கைதாகிச் சிறைக்குச் சென்றார். இண்டிபெண்டெண்ட் இந்தியா என்னும் இதழை நடத்தினார். ஏஐடியூசி என்னும் தொழிற் சங்கத்திற்கு  புத்துயிர் கொடுத்துத் தொடங்கி வைத்தார். 
ஆனால் பிற்காலத்தில் முதலாளிய சனநாயகத்தையும் கம்யூனீசத்தையும் வெறுத்து ஒதுங்கினார். புரட்சிகர மனிதநேயம் என்ற கொள்கைக்காக தம் இறுதிக் காலத்தில் பாடுபட்டார். 1954இல் டேராடூனில் இறந்தார்.

இப்படி இவரைப் பற்றி எழுதியிருக்கின்றனர். இனி இவர் பிரிட்டிஷ் அரசிடம் பணம் பெற்ற விவகாரம் சம்பந்தப்பட்ட விவாதங்களை பார்க்கலாம்.. 

But another thing happened soon enough. From the very beginning members had been demanding to know whether the money was being paid to MN. Roy personally for him to dispose of as he saw fit or to the Federation for it to disburse according to some rules. Ambedkar had all along insisted that it was being paid to’ the Federation and not to any individual. But the president of the Federation, Jamnadas Mehta, who was also a member of the Legislative Assembly, issued a public statement that ’it is the blackest lie that the Federation is receiving Rs. 13,000 per month from the government.’ ’Who is telling the truth, government or the president of the Federation?’ demanded member‘after member. ’It is not for me to reconcile the two statements,’ said Ambedkar While maintaining again that ’from the very beginning the arrangement has been with the Indian Federation of Labour and not with any individual.’ 
’Is the Honourable member correct or not in having made the statement?’ pressed a member. 

‘It is not for me to answer that question,’ said Ambedkar, 

‘May I know who is telling this blackest lie, either the Federation or the Government of India?’ asked another member. 
’My Honourable friend is free to draw any conclusions that he likes,’ replied Ambedkar.
The next day Ambedkar had to acknowledge another embarrassing fact: ’No other labour association has received financial assistance from Government for this purpose,’ he said in reply to a written question. Letters had been addressed to both the All-India Trade Union Congress and the Indian Federation of Labour. ’In their reply the All India Trade Union Congress did not ask for any assistance,’ said Ambedkar.
Members pressed Ambedkar for answers on the floorof the Assembly again on 7 November, and yet again on 20 November 1944. He continued to stonewall. In December the issue exploded further. By now the president of the Indian Labour Federation, Jamnadas Mehta, MLA, had gone much further. In a statement to United Press he disclosed that he had official correspondence ’showing that the name of the Labour Federation has been used behind the back, over the head and without the knowledge of either its President or its Executive Council and further that Rs. 13,000 per month were obtained by Mr. Roy for himself to be used as he liked.’ 
‘Accordingly, on 9 Febmary 1945 the members questioned Ambedkar again on the matter in the Assembly. ’Have you seen this statement?’ they asked. ’What have you to say now?’ they asked. 
‘I have nothing to add to the reply I had given,’ Said Ambedkar. 

’But I want the Honourable member to reply to my questions,’ Lalchand N avalrai, who had been most active in the matter, said, adding, ’I know that the Honourable member is feeling shy over this question because if he makes a statement it would go against his own answers. I submit that the honourable member should reply to my questions; otherwise mere will be an adjournment motion on the subject.’ 

’It is given to the Federation,’ Ambedkar said. 
’The Honourable member said the other day that audited Copies of accounts will be placed on the table of the House,’ another member reminded Ambedkar, and asked, ’Has he done so?’ 
’They have not been received as yet,’ said Ambedkar about a matter which, as we have seen, had been under discussion for months and months: 
’Has the Honourable member seen details of this account?’ a member asked of Ambedkar-for Ambedkar had been giving certificates in the House to the effect that the money had been properly spent. 
’I understand that they are seen by a special officer who has been appointed by government in this behalf,’ said Ambedkar. 
As he still kept saying that the money had been given not to Roy personally but to the Federation and that it had been. properly spent, the then president of the Federation, Jamnadas Mehta, who was present in the House, got up and declared, ’No money has been received, by the Federation from‘the government. The name of the Federation hasbeen used [for receiving the money] behind the back, over the head and without the knowledge of either its Executive Committee or its president. The government have been cheated. It is without the knowledge of the Federation.’ 

‘It is not my information,’ is all Ambedkar said by way of reply to this specific disclosure on the floor of the House by none other than the president of the Federation. 

‘Government have been cheated,’ Jamnadas Metals said again. 

Lalchand Navalrai now took over: ’Will the Governmeu take any action now that the honourable member has been told that government has been cheated?’ he asked Amhedkar. 
‘Government does not believe it has been cheated,’ replied Ambedkar.
There were further exchanges in the Assembly on 21st February 1945. As Ambedkar had been insisting that the money had been paid not to Roy but to the Federation, members asked Ambedkar if the money had been credited to the account of the organization? 
’I have no knowledge,’ he said. ’It is not my business to check the accounts of any organization,’ he said. 
’You had said the accounts have been audited. Has the auditor’s report been received?’ a member asked. ’My Honourable friend must put down a specific question on that _ point,’ Ambedkar replied. 
’In view of the fact that the Public Accounts Committee for 1942-43 specifically said that no accounts are kept for this money given to Mr Roy,’ asked T.S. Avinashlingam Chettiar, ’may I know if the money was given to Mr Roy in his personal name and whether audits were made and what conclusion the auditors came to as to whether the amounts were credited to the organization?’ 
’I cannot say to whom the money was paid before the new arrangement was made,’ replied Ambedkar. ’After the new arrangement was made the money is paid to the person who is known as secretary.’ 
‘Will you give the name of the gentleman? he was asked. \ ‘I shall require notice,’ said Ambedkar. That was natural, for, after all that he had been saying, Ambedkar would have been loath to acknowledge that ’the secretary’ of the Federation was none other than the same M.N. Roy! 

’In View of the fact that the subsidy to the Labour Federation is not approved by this House, is it the intention of government to discontinue it?’ a member asked. 

’I do not Wish to anticipate the decision,’ replied Ambedkar.’ 

On 12 April 1945, the House was seized of the matter again. By then M.N. Roy and Jamnadas Mehta had both published their versions of the affair in booklets. 
’Have you seen these contradictory accounts?’ Ambedkar was asked. ’Will you get the books and read them?’ ’I do not propose to spend my money on purchasing them,’Arnbedkar declared. ’If they are sent to me I will read them.’ 
’If I send the books which I have got with me, will the Honourable member read them?’ Lalchand Navalrai pressed. 
’If I find time, I will,’ said Ambedkar. 
Among the three written questions which had occasioned this discussion the second question was: ’Will government please lay a statement of accounts showing how the amount was spent?’ 

இப்படி போகிறது சம்பாஷனை.. ஆனால் கடைசி வரை அம்பேத்கார் எம் என் ராயின் பணப்பரிவர்த்தனை பற்றி வாயே திறக்கவில்லை. பூசி மொழுகி பதில் சொல்லியிருக்கிறார்.. இதில் இன்னொரு விஷயத்தையும் அருண் ஷோரி குறிப்பிடுகிறார். 13000/- ரூ மாதம் என்பது ஒரு பகுதி மட்டுமே.. இன்னொரு 13000/ ரூபாயும் வேறு சில வகைகளில் பிரிட்டிஷ் அரசாங்கம் இவருக்கு கொடுத்து இருக்கிறது. அதாவது மாதம் 26000 ரூபாய்..1940 ல் இந்த பணம் இன்றைய தேதியில் எத்தனை லட்சத்திற்கு சமம்… ? 

ஆனால் இவை எதுவும் பொது மக்களின் பார்வைக்கு வரவே இல்லை. தெரியவும் தெரியாது. அந்த தைரியம் தான் கம்யூனிஸ்ட்களின் வளர்ச்சி. கூசாமல் சாவர்க்கரையும் இன்னபிற ஹிந்து தலைவர்களையும் சுதந்திரத்திற்காக என்ன செய்தனர் என்று கேட்க முடிகிறது.

Amish Is On A Mission To Make Tomorrow’s India Worthy Of Its Ancestors

Perhaps no other writer, may be an Ashok Banker, or to a certain extent Chetan Baghath has penetrated deep into Indian English writing and story telling style and won the hearts of millions as that of Amish Tripathi. The leagues of Amitav Ghosh are startlingly different and they speak the language of European/ western thinking but Amish Tripathi is rooted to Indic myths and brings out the best with his unique style of writing. Please read this whole article and you will understand that how deeply he is committed to that. 
To slot Amish as a writer of mythological thrillers is possibly the worst literary mistake you could make

https://swarajyamag.com/culture/amish-is-on-a-mission-to-make-tomorrows-india-worthy-of-its-ancestors

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Cow-Protection

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Cow-protection is an article of faith in Hinduism. Apart from its religious sanctity, it is an ennobling creed. But we, Hindus, have today little regard for the cow and her progeny. In no country in the world are cattle so ill-fed and ill-kept as in India. In beef-eating England it would be diilicult to find cattle with bones sticking out of their flesh. Most of our pinjrapoles are ill-managed and ill~kept. Instead of being a real blessing to the animal world, they are perhaps simply receivingdepots for dying animals. We say nothing to the English in India for whose sake hundreds of cows are slaughtered daily. Our rajas do not hesitate to provide beef to their English guests. Our pretection of the cow, therefore, extends to‘ rescuing her from Mussul~ man hands. This reverse method of cow protection has led to endless feuds and bad blood between Hindus and Mussulmans. It has probably caused greater slaughter of cows than otherwise would have been the case if we had begun the propaganda in the right order. We should have commenced, as we ought now to commence, with ourselves and cover the land with useful propaganda leading to kindness in the treatment of cattle and scientific knowledge in the management of cattle farms, dairies and pinjrapoles. We should devote our attention to propaganda among Englishmen in the shape of inducing them voluntarily to abandon beef, or if they will not do so, at least be satisfied with imported beef. We should secure prohibition of export of cattle from India and we should adopt means of increasing and purifying our milk supply. I have not a shadow of doubt that if we proceed along these sane lines, we would secure voluntary Mussulman support, and when we have ceased to compel them to stop killing cows on their festival days, we would find that they have no occasion for insisting on killing them .Any show of force on our part must lead to retaliation and exacerbation of feeling. We may not make Mussula mans or anybody respect our feelings religious or Other wise by force. We can really do so only by excite ing their fellow-feeling. 

Hence it is that I have declined, and I am sure quite wisely, to enter into any bargain on the khilafat question. I consider myself to be among the staunchest of Hindus. I am as eager to save the cow from the Mussulman’s knife as any Hindu. But on that very account I refuse to make my support of the Mussulman claim on the khilafat conditional upon his saving the cow. The Mussulman is my neighbour. He is in distress. His grievance is legitimate and it is my bounden duty to help him to secure redress by every legitimate means in my‘ power, even to the extent of losing my life and property. That is the way I can win permanent friendship with Mussulmans. I refuse to suspect human nature. It will,.is bound to, respond to any noble and friendly action. The nobility of thehelp will be ren. dered nugatory if it was rendered conditionally. That the result will be the saving of the cow is a certainty. But should it turn out to be otherwise, my view will not be affected in any manner whatsoever. The test of friendship is a spirit of love and sacrihce independent of expectation of any return. 

But one observes a spirit of impatience on the part of the Hindus. In our eagerness to protect the cow we seek to legislate through municipalities and get the resolutions passed by Mussulman meetings. I would urge my Hindu countrymen to be patient. Our Mussut4 man countrymen are themselves doing most hand~ somely in the matter. I remind the readers of Maulana Abdul Bari’s declaration that he could not take any proferred aid unless he, a devout Mussulman, could see his way clear to asking his followers to protect the cow. He has been as good as his word. He has been unremittingly attempting to create a favourable atmosphere for receiving the doctrine of cow protection on humanitarian and utilitarian grounds. Hakimjee Ajmalkhan as President of the‘ Muslim League last year carried his resolution of abstention from cow-killing on festival days in the teeth of Opposition members. The Ali Brothers have stopped beef-eating in their household. We must feel deeply grateful to those noble-hearted Mussulmans for their unsolicited response. We must let them solve the difficult problem in their own way. My advice to my Hindu brethren is,‘ “simply help the Mussulmans in their sorrow in a generous and self-sacrificing spirit without counting the cost and you will automatically save the cow.” Islam is a noble faith. Trust it and its followers. We must hold it a crime for any Hindu to talk to them about cow protection or any other help in our religious matters whilst the khilafat struggle is going on. 

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The cause of cow-protection is very dear to me. If some one were to ask me what the most important outward manifestation of Hinduism was, I would suggest that it was the idea of cow-protection. It has been clear to me for many years past that we have forsaken this duty. I have seen no country in the world where the progeny of the cow is so ill fed and ill cared {of as in lndia. We do not find anywhere el e uch large numbers of cattle with bones sticking out of their fle as we do in India. in England the people actu lly e t beer. but I did not see in that country cattle which were ill-fed and ill-kept. 

We are weak as our cattle are. It is not surprising to find three crores dying of hunger where the cattle are in similar plight. 
Look at the condition of our pinjrapoles. l have respect for the kindness of the managers, but I have very little respect of their capacity for managing things. I do not believe that the pinjrapoles protect cows and their progeny. They should not be places where ill-fed and ill-kept cattle may be looked after and allowed to die peacefully. I would expect to see in them ideal cows and bulls. Pinjrapoles should be located, not in the heart of cities but in big fields and they should bring, instead of consuming, plenty of money. 
How do the Hindus look after the cattle in the country? Are they not Hindus who goad them with share pened nails on sticks, who put unbearable loads on them, keep them without enough fodder and make them work more than they can? 

It is my firm conviction that the Hindus’ first duty is to put their own house in order. I would, if I could and had necessary time at my disposal, engage the various cow-protection bodies in reforming the pinjrapoles, in imparting to the people scientilic knowledge of cattle-breeding, in teaching cruel Hindus to have compassion for their cattle and in making available pure milk to the poorest child and to the sick. And I  would first ask the Hindus to take charge of the gigantic task of organizing such bodies. And then i would request the Englishmen to give up beef eating. The princes forget, when entertaining English guests, the duty (of cow-protection) which is especially theirs and do not hesitate to order beef for them; I would request them to save themselves from this violation of their dharma, I would shame them into doing so. 

Only after I have done this may I be entitled to ask my Muslim friends to stop cow-slaughter. Our duty, thus, is clear enough, but we have taken up the last thing first. We seem to think that all we need to do by way of cow-protection is to save cows from the hands of Muslims, either with their goodwill or with force. As a result, the hostility between Hindus and Muslims has increased, a cause for discord has been created and the effort (to save cows in this manner) has led to their slaughter in increased numbers, for the thing became a point of honour with the Muslims. Our supreme duty is to lay down our lives for saving the cow. 
Today, however, we have an invaluable opportunity and I have embraced it. Every Hindu can do the same thing and easily ensure the protection of cows. A great misfortune has befallen the Muslims, their reli‘ gion has been slighted. At such a time, we should help them unconditionally, without asking for anything in return. It is our duty as neighbours to do this. The man who does his duty gets his reward, whether he hopes for it or not. By doing our duty to the Muslims. we challenge their nobility. Friendship which asks for a reward is no friendship, it is bargaining. If, at this juncture, we give up all thought of bargaining and help the Muslims, we shall ensure (cow) protection of their own freewill. 
Some persons argue that in this matter Muslims cannot be trusted. l, for one, believe in human nature; I have faith in Islam. It is a divine law that nobility mll be answered by nobility. It is only when our motiyes are mixed that we see contrary results. Even today, Muslims on their own have been doing much. Maulana Abdul Bari accepted my help only when he could find in his religion sanction for refraining from killing cows. Hakim Ajmal Khan is working hard for their protection. The Ali Brothers have banished beef from their homes altogether. 
Let us not, by our suspicions or our impatience, endanger the change which is taking place. 
I observe at some places a movement for legislation to ban cow-slaughter. Everywhere I hear people suggesting that we make conditions with Muslims. In both these. I see nothing but harm. Orthodox Hindus have only one thing to do at present and that is, to discharge, quietly, the duty, which is morally theirs, of helping Muslims. That is the way to ensure complete protection of the religion and honour of either. 

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