It is certainly not the good news for Kejriwals and Dalit Senas of India.
The portion of the note that Rohit Vemula, perhaps on second thoughts, decided to keep concealed, reads: “ASA, SFI, anything and everything exist for their own sake. Seldom the interest of a person and these organisations match. To get power or to become famous or to be important in between boundaries and to think we are up to changing the system, very often we overestimate our acts and find solace in traits. Of course I must give my credit to these both groups for making introducing me to wonderful literature and people. (sic)”. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Hyderabad-University-student-Rohith-Vemula-felt-unions-failed-him-hints-his-suicide-letter/articleshow/50676434.cms
Added Together with Original Suicide note, one can safely assume that he was indeed depply depressed and not at all happy with Student’s Organisation, But if someone claiming that a student does suicide because he is been suspended, i simply can’t believe, no student with the history of Politics does suicide for this Reason, being Suspended is mostly seen as a Political gain in Student Union Politics.
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Turn in the Story of Dalit Scholar Rohith Vemula’s Suicide
“Don’t get angry on me. I know some of you truly cared for me, loved me and treated me very well. I have no complaints on anyone. It was always with myself I had problems. I feel a growing gap between my soul and my body. And I have become a monster.
I always wanted to be a writer. A writer of science, like Carl Sagan. At last, this is the only letter I am getting to write. I always wanted to be a writer. A writer of science, like Carl Sagan. I loved Science, Stars, Nature, but then I loved people without knowing that people have long since divorced from nature.
Forgive me if I fail to make sense. My birth is my fatal accident. I can never recover from my childhood loneliness. The unappreciated child from my past. May be I was wrong, all the while, in understanding world.
I can never recover from my childhood loneliness. The unappreciated child from my past. I am not hurt at this moment. I am not sad. I am just empty. Unconcerned about myself. That’s pathetic. And that’s why I am doing this. People may dub me as a coward. And selfish, or stupid once I am gone. I am not bothered about what I am called. I don’t believe in after-death stories, ghosts, or spirits. If there is anything at all I believe, I believe that I can travel to the stars. And know about the other worlds. Do not trouble my friends and enemies on this after I am gone.” Excerpts from Suicide Letter.