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As of 2001[update] India census, Amilo had a population of 21,887. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Amilo has an average literacy rate of 46%, lower than the national average of 59.5%; with 58% of the males and 42% of females literate. 22% of the population is under six years of age.
It is also home to activist Lal Bihari, who fought with Indian bureaucracy from 1975 to 1994 to prove that he is alive. He added Mritak (deceased) to his name, and founded Mritak Sangh, the Uttar Pradesh Association of Dead People, to highlight other cases like his, for which he won a 2003 Ig Nobel Prize.
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- "Azamgarh Journal; Back to Life in India, Without Reincarnation". New York Times. 24 October 2000.
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Amilo is also the village of freedom fighter & Urdu literate Nazir Ahmad, a colleague of Sir Sayyed Ahmad.Education-Shibli national high school,Madarsa Azizia Faizul Uloom run by Member of Amilo Education Society to provide a free education to the poor children of Amilo . Haji Abul Laish is an eminent person who helped to serve the society for weaker section.