dissatisfaction over the caste-based census conducted by the nitish kumar government, alleging that it did not
census. He said that his party will comment only after studying the findings of this exercise made public today.
Samrat Chaudhary said regarding the figures
When asked about not releasing data regarding the social and economic status of different communities, Samrat
Chaudhary said that along with the census of different communities, a survey should also have been conducted
to find out who was uplifted and who was not. Should have also been released. According to the data released
in the total population of the state is more than 63 percent.
Grand alliance may get benefit!
It is believed that by conducting this survey, the ruling Grand Alliance in the state is likely to get political
benefits, because it claims to protect the interests of OBCs and EBCs. Let us tell you that the Nitish government
on monday released the much-awaited caste-based census figures, according to which the share of Other
percent. According to the data released here, the total population of the state is a little more than 13.07 crore,
out of which EBC (36 percent) is the largest social class, followed by OBC (27.13 percent).