Bappusaheb Sadashiv Bhosale
|Born||26 June 1977|
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
|Political party||Dalit Panther of India|
Bappusaheb Sadashiv Bhosale (Marathi:बाप्पूसाहेब सदाशिव भोसले) (born 26 June 1977) is an Indian politician, and social activist hails from Pune. He is a Founder President of Dalit Panther of India, a social organization that seeks to combat caste discrimination. Bhosale is also an ambassador of UNFFT.
Early life and background[change | change source]
Awards and recognition[change | change source]
- In 2004, received Mahatma Phule Educational and Rajiv Gandhi Excellency Youth Awards, Pune, India.
- In 2005, Honored for Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar National, New Delhi, and Samaj-Bhooshan Award Pune.
- In 2007, Mother Teresa Award, Pune.
- In 2008, Youth Press-Club Award.
- In 2009, Social Harmony Award, Mumbai.
- In 2011, Sant Eknath Award, MIT, Pune.
References[change | change source]
- "Bappusaheb Sadashiv Bhosale: Constituency- Pune Cantonment (SC) (PUNE) - Affidavit Information of Candidate". MyNeta.
- "Dalit Woman Raped Near Hadapsar". Times Internet.
- "Communities gather to commemorate Koregaon War heroes on January 1". DNA (newspaper).
- "Avoid 'Dalit' word in official use, says HC". Hindustan Times.
- "Hazare, Ajay Devgn 'ditch' Puneites". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 2018-10-08. Retrieved 2021-01-15.
- "UNFFT Advisory Board - UNFFT". UNFFT.