Hindi Editor of @OpIndia_com Ajeet Bharti, says, "Rajput, Bhumihar and Brahmin should stop the 'बकचोदी' of writing their surname on their cars." At the same time he asked what were they doing when Birsa Munda was involved in an armed struggle [against British]?

Just like the history of leftist historian begins from 1528, it seems Ajeet Ji's history begin in 1875, and even then he somehow can't see the above mentioned three caste's contributions.

Had he gone bit back in 1850s would have easily figured out atleast three prominent names:
Nanasaheb Peshwa II (Brahmin)
Babu Kunwar Singh (Rajput)
Mangal Pandey (Bhumihar)

Anyone who has studied in a CBSE affiliated school is familiar with these names and we can keep adding to the list.

Writing it on Twitter as his FB comment section is not open to public.
It's sad to see that Ajeet ji too belongs to the same group which says that all glory of our past belongs to all Hindus while all our failures and shortcomings are because of unreserved categories.

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