In a significant development, the release of the Bihar caste survey has been hailed as a “victory for social justice” by Nitish Kumar’s JD(U).
DU’s national general secretary and spokesperson Rajeev Ranjan said that the survey, conducted by the Bihar government under the leadership of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, has blunted all the tactics of the BJP to stop its publishing.
The findings of the survey are expected to open new avenues of progress and prosperity for the Extremely Backward Classes (EBCs) in Bihar.
Victory for Social Justice
The JD(U)’s national general secretary and spokesperson, Rajeev Ranjan, expressed his joy at the release of the caste survey, emphasizing its significance in achieving social justice.
According to Ranjan, the report will provide valuable insights into the actual number of EBCs, which will aid in formulating special schemes and ensuring that they successfully reach this section of society.
The Nitish Kumar government in Bihar has made a bold move by releasing the findings of the much-awaited caste survey ahead of the 2024 Parliamentary elections.
The survey reveals that OBCs (Other Backward Classes) and EBCs constitute a staggering 63% of the state’s total population.
Impact on Bihar’s Progress
With the knowledge gained from the caste survey, the Nitish Kumar government can take proactive measures to address the socio-economic disparities faced by the EBCs.
By formulating special schemes and initiatives, the government can bridge the gaps in education, healthcare, and employment opportunities that exist within these communities.
The availability of accurate data on the composition of the population allows policymakers to identify and rectify historical disadvantages faced by marginalized communities.
Towards a Brighter Future
Nitish Kumar’s JD(U) celebrates the release of the Bihar caste survey as a triumph for social justice.
The report’s revelations provide hope for the EBCs, assuring them that their voices have been heard and that concrete steps will be taken to uplift their communities.
The release of the Bihar caste survey under Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s leadership marks a significant victory for social justice.
The findings of the survey will empower the EBCs in Bihar and pave the way for targeted policies aimed at addressing the challenges faced by these communities.