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Backward castes demand immediate implementation of GO18
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Says it would benefit 10 lakh college students
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Backward castes demand immediate implementation of GO18

Says it would benefit 10 lakh college students

The Andhra Pradesh State Backward Classes Welfare Association and six other BC organization have demanded immediate implementation of Government Order No 18 on payment of fee of BCs by the Government and reimbursement of amounts already collected.

The president of the organization R Krishnaiah and other leaders of the organizations, in a joint statement on Sunday said that the GO would benefit 10 lakh college students belong to BC communities.

The orders were issued following the agitation launched by Backward Classes organizations they stated.

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Says it would benefit 10 lakh college students
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