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RPI was formed on d basis of Bharatratna Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s vision to bring all d Indians under one roof for country's overall Development
  • The Mission of RPI is to establish the strong development force across all Indians for their self development and country’s strong future.
  • Socio – Political reform
  • Opposition to caste system
  • Education for all
  • Healthcare for all
  • A modern and strong India
RPI Major Achievement
  • Indu mill
  • Marathvada Vidyapeeth Namantar
  • Savidhan Shakti March : from Mahu to chaityabhumi: 2008:25L people participated
  • Acres of of Land has been distributed
  • Slum regularisation
  • Deshwyapi Satyagrah: 3.60L was in prison
  • Dr. Ambedkar's statue at Opp parliament in premises
  • Bhumihinaacha Satyagrah
RPI(A) Personalities who was in Power:
  • Mr. Sumantrao Gaikwad: MLC
  • Mr. Pritamkumar shegaokar: State minister
  • Mr. Dayanand Mhaske: State Minister
  • Mr. Gangadhar Gade: State minister
  • Mr. Chandrakant Handore: Mayor:Mumbai
The RPI has been formed to fulfill the Dream of the Great Babasaheb Ambedkar pls read through the below research, observations and Quotations by International Personalities and their admiration for Bharatratna Dr. B. R. Ambedkar:

1. It is proved by a recently conducted survey by, History TV 18 and CNN IBN in June 2012. „Who is the greatest Indian? is the question asked from the people of India. Finally, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar declared as winner. Nearly 2 crore votes were cast.

2. Noble prize winner Prof. Amartya K. Sen has also said, "Ambedkar is my Father in Economics. He is true celebrated champion of the underprivileged. He deserves more than what he has achieved today. However he was highly controversial figure in his home country, though it was not the reality. His contribution in the field of economics is marvelous and will be remembered forever..!"

3.US President, Mr. Barak Obama also paid tribute to Dr. B. R. Ambedkar. He said, "We believe that no matter who you are or where you come from, every person can fulfill their god-given potential, just as a Dalit like Dr. Ambedkar could lift himself up and pen the words of the Constitution that protects the rights of all Indians"

4. “Ambedkar’s Century: 100 Years From the USA” celebrates the centenary of Dr. Ambedkar’s admission to Columbia University in New York City. In 1913, Bhim Rao Ambedkar arrived in America to study at Columbia University. There he was molded by American freedom movements. He returned to India to demand liberation of the oppressed.

5. Dr. B.R Ambedkar was among the most outstanding intellectuals of India in the 20th century in the best sense of the word. Paul Baran, an eminent Marxist economist, had made a distinction in one of his essays between an "intellect worker" and an intellectual. The former, according to him, is one who uses his intellect for making a living whereas the latter is one who uses it for critical analysis and social transformation. Dr. Ambedkar fits Baran's definition of an intellectual very well. Dr. Ambedkar is also an outstanding example of what Antonio Gramsci called an organic intellectual, that is, one who represents and articulates the interests of an entire social class.

6. Dr. B.R.Ambedkar: As an Economist by Manak Singariya International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Invention ISSN (Online):

Dr. B.R Ambedkar was among the most outstanding intellectuals of India in the 20th century. His work in economics is noteworthy. His views deals with public finance and agriculture are landmark in theeconomics. Ambedkar’s commitment was internal stability and he was convinced that only an automatic system based on gold standard with gold currency could achieve this desirable end. He was of view that governments should spend the resources garnered from the public not only as per rules, laws and regulations, but also to see that “faithfulness, wisdom and economy”.

Intervening in a discussion in the Bombay Legislative Council on October 10, 1927, Dr. Ambedkar argued that the solution to the agrarian question "lies not in increasing the size of farms, but in having intensive cultivation that is employing more capital and more labour on the farms such as we have." Further on, he says: "The better method is to introduce cooperative agriculture and to compel owners of small strips to join in cultivation." Thus Ambedkar thought on public Finance and agriculture hasvital relevance and still applicable in current situation of India. In order to enhance productivity of agriculture sector, government is needed to take measures on the basis of Dr. Ambedkar’s thought.
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