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‘RELEVANCE OF DR. BABASAHEB AMBEDKAR THOUGHTS FOR NATIONAL SECURITY MANAGEMENT’ By- Dr. Vijay S. Khare Associate Professor, Department of Defence & Strategic.

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1 ‘RELEVANCE OF DR. BABASAHEB AMBEDKAR THOUGHTS FOR NATIONAL SECURITY MANAGEMENT’ By- Dr. Vijay S. Khare Associate Professor, Department of Defence & Strategic Studies Associate Professor, Department of Defence & Strategic Studies Director, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Studies Centre, University of Pune, Pune (India) Director, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Studies Centre, University of Pune, Pune (India)

2 Methodology Methodology Content analysis Method and Historical Analytical Method

3 Hypotheses Whether India is weakening in the process of globalization or India is becoming global power. Whether Role of state are weakening for social devolvement in the age globalization Whether Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Thoughts are related to present National Security problems to India.

4 Conceptual framework Conceptual framework The paradigm of national security emerged in a specific historical setting with the emergence of the nation-state in the 17th Century There is not only one concept of security, national security, international security, and global security refer to different sets of issues and have their origins in different historical and philosophical context. There is not only one concept of security, national security, international security, and global security refer to different sets of issues and have their origins in different historical and philosophical context.

5 The cold war is over and world seems to be dominated by single power, the United States. The existing global power status quo may remain for some tine in the foreseeable future Though some of the major powers, China, Russia, India, France would prefer a multi- polar balance in the international security environment and India too share this view

6 This radically changed circumstance call for a review of our definition of national security Earlier in cold war mindset security was defined in terms of our external attack or border problem In the post-cold war paradigm of threat –agenda is now perceived to increasingly encompasses non-military aspects such as social security, economic security, environment security, global climate change and human rights

7 Generally the national security discourse is focused on limited terms i.e. external security, or border management Apart from this view today India facing the result of issues of cross-border terrorism, poverty, overpopulation, atrocities on Dalits and marginal section of society, mismanagement of natural resources which were traditionally kept out of national security discourse

8 Keeping this view in mind I would conceptualize security issues and link with Babasaheb Ambedkar thoughts related to India’s national security To make India strong Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar worked very hard before independence and after independence to provide prudent policies for defense and foreign policy, nation building, national integration and Security,

9 Dr. B.A. inherited the military courage both from his maternal and his paternal source Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar not only Dalit leader, or social worker or economist, he was really strategic thinker He suggested second Capital at Hyderabad He suggested second Capital at Hyderabad 4. Policy for the Defence & Foreign :

10 PLACE FROM DELHI FROM HYDRABAD To Bombay 798 miles 440 miles 440 miles To Calcutta 868 miles 440 miles To Madras 1198 miles 330 miles To Patiala 124 miles 990 miles To Chandigarh 180 miles 1045 miles To Lucknow 275 miles 770 miles Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar also given following table for proving relevance and strategic aspects from given table: (Source- Govt. of Maharashtra 1979 vol. I P-171)

11 Compulsory Military Education to Youth Awareness of Defence and Security Matters Foreign policy: Foreign policy: India has lack of Strategic Culture India has lack of Strategic Culture Dr. Ambedkar argued that the foreign policy of India has not solved our problem Dr. Ambedkar argued that the foreign policy of India has not solved our problem Indian Foreign policy based on ADHOCISM Indian Foreign policy based on ADHOCISM Argument given against Hindi-Chini-Bhai - Bhai Argument given against Hindi-Chini-Bhai - Bhai

12 5. Thoughts on Pakistan He stated in his book “Pakistan or partition of India He stated in his book “Pakistan or partition of India According to him, what Muslim were asking for creation of administrative areas which were ethnically more homogeneous According to him, what Muslim were asking for creation of administrative areas which were ethnically more homogeneous According to B.A. nationalism in relation to nation should be based fundamentally on a strong feeling of social unity, and nationalism in relation to internationalism should be founded on human brotherhood. According to B.A. nationalism in relation to nation should be based fundamentally on a strong feeling of social unity, and nationalism in relation to internationalism should be founded on human brotherhood.

13 6. Thoughts on Kashmir: According to Dr. B.A. he gave thought on Kashmir issue which have ideological and historical base he says that According to Dr. B.A. he gave thought on Kashmir issue which have ideological and historical base he says that “ Give the Hindu and Buddhist part to India, we are really not concerned Muslim part of Kashmir, It is a matter between Muslims of Kashmir and Pakistan. “ Give the Hindu and Buddhist part to India, we are really not concerned Muslim part of Kashmir, It is a matter between Muslims of Kashmir and Pakistan. They may decide the issue as they like or if you like divide Kashmir into three parts. They may decide the issue as they like or if you like divide Kashmir into three parts. The Cease fire Zones The Cease fire Zones The Valley and Jammu-Ladakh region The Valley and Jammu-Ladakh region 3. and have plebiscite only in the valley 3. and have plebiscite only in the valley

14 7. Policy for the Nation Building The nation building has been a complex phenomenon it covers overall development of nation-state and it is continuous process. The nation building has been a complex phenomenon it covers overall development of nation-state and it is continuous process. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar involved in policies making once as a law minister in the Central Cabinet of independent India during and earlier as a member of Viceroy’s Executive Council in charge of labour Irrigation, and power Portfolio during ( ) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar involved in policies making once as a law minister in the Central Cabinet of independent India during and earlier as a member of Viceroy’s Executive Council in charge of labour Irrigation, and power Portfolio during ( ) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar was an eminent economist Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar was an eminent economist He has expressed his thoughts on nationalization of industries, state socialism, social equality and agriculture as an industry. He has expressed his thoughts on nationalization of industries, state socialism, social equality and agriculture as an industry. Women Development policy Women Development policy The Hindu Code Bill The Hindu Code Bill The Hindu marriage Act The Hindu marriage Act The succession Act 1956 The succession Act 1956 The adoption and maintenance Act 1956 The adoption and maintenance Act 1956 The Hindu minority and Guardian Act 1956 The Hindu minority and Guardian Act 1956

15 8. Policy for National Integration & Security Single Citizenship and Single Judicial System Single Citizenship and Single Judicial System Single administrative system Single administrative system Division and Size of State Division and Size of State Babasaheb was against North-South divide Babasaheb was against North-South divide He predicted that the big North Indian States would dominate politics of India He predicted that the big North Indian States would dominate politics of India One language one state instead of one State one language One language one state instead of one State one language Two Cr. Population of each state Two Cr. Population of each state

16 Map -1 Division of Uttar Pradesh Map -1 Division of Uttar Pradesh

17 Map-2 Division of Bihar

18 Map-3 Division of Madhya Pradesh Map-3 Division of Madhya Pradesh

19 Map-4 Division of Maharashtra  Article 356 for Unity and Security of Indian Government

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