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Ganesh Singh: The OBCs’ leader in the BJP

“My concern is for my people. I should prove useful to them. I should raise my voice for their rights. These are my responsibilities as a people’s representative. When I do all this, it gives me great happiness,” says Ganesh Singh, MP

As of now, even the Government of India does not have a clue about the proportion of the OBCs in the population. The data being used is from the 1931 Census. According to that census, the OBCs formed around 52 per cent of the country’s population. The fact that the OBCs were never counted for almost a century shows how issues related to the majority of the population have been put on the back burner by those in power.

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Nawal Kishore Kumar

Nawal Kishore Kumar is Editor (Hindi), Forward Press

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