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Manager Singh (Jan 20, 1920 - October 28, 1995), widely known as Malviya of Dwaba or JanNayak (leader of the common people), was an Indian independence activist and political leader. He is especially remembered for promoting the educational system and his anti-corruption efforts. He was elected five times as the MLA from Dwaba constituency. Manager Singh was born in Karmanpur village of Ballia District of Uttar Pradesh.
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