March 3, 1927: While Mahad’s Satyagraha was being matched, letters insulting Babasaheb were coming from Mumbai and outside Mumbai. The Bhim Sevak Dal was formed by soldiers and officers who had retired from the British army to counter the threat posed to Babasaheb and prevent any untoward incidents during the Satyagraha.
March 20, 1927: Vishwaratna Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar renamed this Bhim Sevak Dal as Samata Sainik Dal at Mahad.
March 20, 1927: Resisted during Mahad’s Satyagraha and expelled rivals. This prevented casualties
1930 to 1935: During the Satyagraha period of Kalaram Temple in Nashik, under the guidance of Dadasaheb Gaikwad, he resisted and protected Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar and other leaders and Satyagrahis.
When Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar came to India from the Round Table Conference in 1932, some Gandhians of the Congress were going to show him black flags. At that time, the Samata Sainik Dal made proper preparations and under the guidance of MM Sasalekar at the Mumbai port, gave a clear answer to the opposition and chased them away.
On November 7, 1938, the Mumbai strike of the mill workers was successful
The provincial elections of 1937 and the Lok Sabha elections of 1952 were very successful.
Arranged the convention of Scheduled Caste Federation at Nagpur in 1942.
The Kankavali Historical Conference was a success. In his address to the conference, Babasaheb Ambedkar conveyed the message to the society to educate, agitate and unite
The second conference at Kanpur was successful and well organized
On 14th October 1956, the next day of Dussehra, a conversion ceremony was held at Nagpur. 5 lakh followers converted to Buddhism. The ceremony was organized and protected by Samata Sainik Dal.
On December 6, 1956, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar’s Mahaparinirvana mourning procession was arranged in a very disciplined and strict manner.