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I am a third year law student at the National Law School of India University, Bangalore. I believe in bringing to the fore the voices of the ignored and the unheard mostly because I grew up and went to school with underprivileged kids although from a middle class family. Whenever I'm not sleeping, eating or overburdened by projects and classes, I'm probably being hated on for being a SJW trying to make people acknowledge their privilege.

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