New Delhi Even today there are millions of people in the country who do scavenging work. Even today, cleaning sewers and doing dirty work is considered inferior. One such person has reached KBC, who has reduced the burden of manual scavenging from many people. His name is Bezwada Wilson.
Today, a special episode is being aired on the popular TV show ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’. The name of this episode is Karambir Special. Today, Bezwada Wilson is taking part in this special episode. Bejwada will be with actress Anup Soni as a celebrity guest.
Bezwada Wilson has dedicated his life to eliminating caste discrimination and empowering thousands of manual scavengers in the country. See her cleaning staff movement and the journey to work towards improving their lives at 9PM #KBC Karambir pic.twitter.com/nDkg2mQLmb
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Has raised its voice against evil
This episode of Amitabh Bachchan’s show is going to give a big lesson to the audience. The producers of the show have released a video in this regard, in which Bezwada Wilson is seen talking to Amitabh Bachchan.
On the show, when Amitabh Bachchan asked Bezwada Wilson about his journey, he said that it is all determined by a person’s caste. He wants to change this thinking. He said that throwing dirt is very difficult and inhumane.
“At least 200 poor people die every year,” Bezwada said. The kids who played with me as a child would tell me that I was a small caste and I didn’t even know what he meant. ‘He never denied that he was untouchable.
He said, ‘I am also a citizen of this country, like other countries of the country like yours. I’m human.