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Ram Avdesh Singh – who called JP a leader of Dwijs and took out a Shambuk Yatra against Advani’s Ram Yatra

Ram Avdesh Singh was a politician committed to social justice. He spoke for social justice in the legislature and fought for social justice on the streets. He was instrumental in getting the Bihar and central governments to implement reservations for OBCs

Shahabad (now Bhojpur), Bihar, has been the birthplace of many leaders who have scripted history and showed the right way ahead to society. It was in a backward village, Pipra Dularpur, in the Gadkhani block of this district that one of these leaders was born to Dhaneshwari Devi and Manrakhan Yadav. Dr Ram Manohar Lohia had once said, “Laws are made in the fields; laws are made in the barns. Parliament only approves them. That is why take to the streets and make yourself heard.” 

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