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PM Narendra Modi appreciates activities of WBR

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PM  Narendra Modi appreciates activities of WBR

On this occasion, Shri Narendra Modi Jee recommended to put this campaign for World Records along with appreciating activities of World Book of Records. He has appreciated social activities of Shri Shankar Lalwani (Convener, Mera Bharat - Mera Abhiyan) who took pioneering steps and efforts in organizing Signature Campaign.

 

Swarn Aarakshan Aabhar Mahotsav Signature Campaign of Indore included  in World Records

On being given Aarthik Aarakshan – 10% Reservation to Upper Caste (Swarn Class) Poor in India by Union Government, citizen of Indore city thanked by Swarn Aarakshan Aabhar Mahotsav with Signature Campaign in which 103238 people took part and these forms were bestowed to Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Jee. He took all details in his helicopter. On this occasion, Shri Narendra Modi Jee recommended to put this campaign for World Records along with appreciating activities of World Book of Records. He has appreciated social activities of Shri Shankar Lalwani (Convener, Mera Bharat - Mera Abhiyan) who took pioneering  steps and efforts in organizing Signature Campaign. Significantly, Modi Govt. approves Arthik aarakshan for Swarn class (General Category) people who earns less than 8 lakh per year and have less than 5 acres of land holdings, aarthik aadhar par aarakshan to provide 10% reservation to economically weaker upper caste sections in govt. jobs and admissions in educational institutions. This move of central govt. is also referred to as “Modi Ki Swarn Kranti”. Aarthik Aarakshan is the second most important step in the history of India after the formation of Mandal Commission. The Mandal Commission or the Socially and Educationally Backward Classes Commission (SEBC), was established in India on 1 January 1979 by the Janata Party government under PM Morarji Desai with a mandate to “identify the socially or educationally backward classes” of India.

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