He also alleged that some men from upper caste communities are preventing these Dalit farmers from taking possession of the land allotted to them for farming by the state government 35 years ago.
Mevani, shared a video on his Twitter account, showing a half naked school student being beaten up by someone, which he claimed, was a teacher of Valsad-based RMVM School.
Politics in India is undergoing a quiet revolution, driven by a handful of young candidates standing in the bitterly contested federal election.
He said the Vijay Rupani government in the state was a "mute spectator" while Dalits were facing discrimination.
Swara had also campaigned for CPM candidate Amra Ram in Sikar, Rajasthan, Congress leader Digvijaya Singh in Bhopal and CPI candidate Kanhaiya Kumar at Begusarai in Bihar.
Mevani is accused of making a provocative speech against Modi at a public meeting organised by Karnataka Komu Sauharda Vedike at Chitradurga on April 6, 2018.
Left sympathisers have been keenly watching the electoral battle in Begusarai as a victory for Kumar could indicate that the moribund communist parties were showing signs of revival.
Mevani urged the youngsters to sweep out the fascist, medieval and anti-people government at the Centre.
Mevani made the accusations while taking part in the motion to thank Governor O P Kohli for his address to the House.
Patel went on to compare Mevani's stand on the bullet train project with that of social activist Medha Patkar who opposed the Sardar Sarovar Dam.
Mevani accused the trustees, some of them Padma awardees, of "not standing up against the hooliganism" of BJP and its student wing, the ABVP.
The MLA appealed to Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to improve suburban train services.
The two were in Gwalior to address a seminar at the Chamber of Commerce Bhawan here as part of their "Samvidhan Bachao" protest.
The government should inform how many villages in Vadgam taluka have rain-measuring instruments on the basis of whose readings a village is declared as drought-hit, he said.
Describing the BJP-led central government as "fascist", Mevani said the agenda for the general election, due next year, should be simple and clear.