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Bezwada Wilson

Bezwada Wilson: Tireless Warrior Tracing Lines Of Oppression | By Aruna Roy

Bezwada Wilson has transformed himself into an extraordinary activist, a great campaigner against discrimination and ­injustice, and a mesmerising speaker, writes Aruna Roy.

Bezwada Wilson: Tireless Warrior Tracing Lines Of Oppression | By Aruna Roy
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Bezwada Wilson: Tireless Warrior Tracing Lines Of Oppression | By Aruna Roy
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2018-08-14T12:34:18+05:30

As India turns 71 next week, Outlook zeroed in on 21 individuals who have made a lasting impression on this country – for both good and bad – so far in the 21 st century. And we got 21 equally important personalities to write on the 21 individuals we chose.

In this column, social activist Aruna Roy writes on Bezwada Wilson, founder of the Safai Karamchari Andolan.

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