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2) A survey has found that in Indian metros a majority of the most educated and historically well-to-do communities do not feel that people from marginalised groups should get government support for representation in social and public spheres. Critically examine why such opinion on reservation persists and how it can be changed.

Topic: Social empowerment

2) A survey has found that in Indian metros a majority of the most educated and historically well-to-do communities do not feel that people from marginalised groups should get government support for representation in social and public spheres. Critically examine why such opinion on reservation persists and how it can be changed. (200 Words)

The Hindu

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