Babasaheb Ambedkar Speech

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Babasaheb Ambedkar was a Indian activist, economist, legal professional, politician and social reformer who fought for the rights of the members of the lowest caste, and the backward class of India. Bharat Ratna Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, widely known as Babasaheb, was born on April 14,1891, in the city and military camp of Mhow in central India. He was born in a poor low Mahar caste (class), who were treated as untouchables, and his family suffered from caste discrimination. In school, Ambedkar faced many kinds of discrimination such as he were separated and given little attention by the teachers. In 1897, he moved to Bombay and enrolled to the Elphinstone High School. He completed his matriculation degree in 1907 and in 1908 he got the opportunity to study at Elphinstone College. He graduated in 1912 with a degree in economics and political science and got a job in Baroda but didn’t work for long because he was awarded scholarship and went to Colombia University. He completed his MA in 1915, majoring in Economics. After returning to India, he decided to uplift and fight against the caste discrimination that almost spread all over the nation. He said that there should be separate electoral system and reservations for the Untouchables and other religious communities. He found ways to reach to the people and make them understand the drawbacks of the prevailing social evils. In 1920, he launched a weekly newspaper called “Mooknayaka”, which criticise

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