Caste-related issues in India are a concern even today, as seen in the incident faced by Manisha Mondal, a Dalit photojournalist. Manisha Mondal, an acclaimed photojournalist from the Dalit community, shared her experiences of facing discrimination on various dating apps—the reason being her caste. Despite connecting with many men from upper caste backgrounds, she claims she was rejected once her Dalit identity was revealed. This discrimination extended to social media, where people left derogatory comments. However, following incessant trolling, the publication she works for took decisive action and issued a stern warning to people leaving casteist, sexist, and objectionable remarks about their employee. They made it clear that such attacks would not be tolerated, and they would not hesitate to report the handles of the offenders. Muzaffarnagar Moral Policing: Dalit Man Beaten to Death Over 'Love Affair' in Uttar Pradesh's Khatauli.

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Photojournalist Manisha Mondal Gets Trolled Online

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