CBSE Class 7 Social Science Struggles For Equality Worksheet

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9. Struggles for Equality

Fill in the Blanks :

1. ______________ on the basics of person’s religion, caste, gender etc are significant factors for why people are treated unequally in India.

2. According to 2001 census data ______________ form 16% and adivasis 8% of the total population.

3. ______________ and lack of resources are the reasons for the highly unequal lives of the people in India.

4. ______________ was an organization fighting for the rights of the displaced forest dwellers of Satpura forest in Madhya Pradesh.

5. Issues of equality are central to a __________________.

6. According to Indian _______________ all Indians are equal before law. 


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