List of Muslim Other Backward Classes communities in India

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This is a full list of Muslim communities in India (OBCs) that are recognised in India's Constitution as other backward classes,[1] a term used to classify socially and educationally disadvantaged castes.[2]

Andhra Pradesh[edit]

Central list[edit]

Below is a list of Muslim communities that have been accorded Other Backward Classes status by the Government of India in the state of Andhra Pradesh.[3]

Entry number Caste/community Resolution no. and date
*37 Mehtar 12011/68/93-BCC(C ) dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/9/2004-BCC dt. 16 January 2006
*43 Dudekula Laddaf, Pinjari or Noorbash (Muslim) 12011/68/93-BCC(C ) dt. 10 September 1993
*62 Arekatika, Katika, Quresh (Muslim butchers) 12011/68/93-BCC(C ) dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/4/2002-BCC dt. 13 January 2004
*33 (Muslim butchers) 12011/68/93-BCC(C ) dt. 10 September 93 and 12011/4/2002-BCC dt. 13 January 2004

State list[edit]

Below is a list of Muslim communities that have been accorded Other Backward Classes status by the Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka state government.[4]

  • 1. Achchukattalavandlu, Singali, Singamvallu, Achchupanivallu, Achchukattuvaru, Achukatlavandlu.
  • 2. Attar Saibulu, Attarollu
  • 3. Dhobi Muslim / Muslim Dhobi / Dhobi Musalman, Turka Chakla or Turka Sakala, Turaka Chakali, Tulukka Vannan, Tsakalas, Sakalas or Chakalas, Muslim Rajakas
  • 4. Faqir, Fhakir Budbudki, Ghanti Fhakir, Ghanta Fhakirlu, Turaka Budbudki, Darvesh, Fakeer
  • 5. Garadi Muslim, Garadi Saibulu, Pamulavallu, Kani-kattuvallu, Garadollu, Garadiga
  • 6. Gosangi Muslim, Phakeer Sayebulu
  • 7. Guddi Eluguvallu, Elugu Bantuvallu, Musalman Keelu Gurralavallu
  • 8. Hajjam, Nai, Nai Muslim, Navid
  • 9. Labbi, Labbai, Labbon, Labba
  • 10. Pakeerla, Borewale, Deera Phakirlu, Bonthala
  • 11. Qureshi / Qassab, Kureshi / Khureshi, Khasab, Marati Khasab, Muslim Katika, Khatik Muslim
  • 12. Siddi, Yaba, Habshi, Jasi
  • 13. Turaka Kasha, Kakkukotte Zinka Saibulu, Chakkitakanevale, Terugadu Gontalavaru, Thirugatigantla, Rollaku Kakku Kottevaru, Pattar Phodulu, Chakketakare, Thuraka Kasha
  • 14. Other Muslim groups, excluding

Assam[edit]

  • 1. Maimal
  • 2. Pangal
  • 3. Maimal (Saikh)
  • 4. Jolha
  • 5. Maria (M-0BC)

Bihar[edit]

Central list[edit]

Below is a list of Muslim communities that have been accorded Other Backward Classes status by the Government of India in the state of Bihar.[5]

Entry number Case/community Resolution no. and date
*1 Abdal 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*5 Kasab (Kasai) (Muslim) -do-
*9 Kalandar 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10.09.9bbbbsss
*16 Kagzi 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*30 Gaddi -do-
*38 Chik (Muslim) 12011/68/93-BCC(C ) dt. 10 September 93 and 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995
*42 Churihar (Muslim) -do-
*46 Dafali (Muslim) -do-bhagi
*53 Teli
*57 Dhobi (Muslim) -do-
*58 Dhunia (Muslim) -do-
*63 Nat (Muslim) -do-
*67 Nalband (Muslim) -do-
*68 Pamaria (Muslim) -do-
*84 Bhathiara (Muslim) -do-
*91 Madari (Muslim) 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 93
*92 Mehtar, Lal Begi, (Muslim) Halalkhor, Bhangi -do-
*93 Miriasin (Muslim) 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 93 and 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995
*99 Mukri (Mukeri) (Muslim) -do-
*102 Mirshikar (Muslim) -do-
*103 Momin / Ansari (Muslim) 12011/68/93-BCC( C) dt. 10 September 93 and 12015/15/2008- BCC dt. 16 June 2011

12015/15/2008- BCC dt.16/06/2011

*109 Rangrez (Muslim) 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 93 and 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995
*111 Rayeen or Kunjra (Muslim) -do-
*119 Idrisi or Darzi (Muslim) 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 93 and 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995
*124b Kalal, Kalwar, Kalar or Araqi -do-
*125 Kulahia -do-
*126 Shershahbadi -do-
*129 Saikalgar (Sikligar) (Muslim) 12011/4/2004-BCC dt. 13 January 2004
*130 Bakho (Muslim) 12011/9/2004-BCC dt. 17 January 2006
*131 Thakurai (Muslim) 12011/9/2004-BCC dt. 17 January 2006
*132 Shariff

Notes:

  • 1 largely a Hindu caste in Bihar with a small Muslim minority known as Turk Telis

State list[edit]

Below is a list of Muslim communities that have been accorded OBC status by the state government of Bihar:[6]

Dadra and Nagar Haveli[edit]

2. Chippi

Delhi[edit]

Central list[edit]

Below is a list of Muslim communities that have been accorded Other Backward Classes status by the Government of India in Delhi.[7]

Sl. number Name of the castes/sub-castes/synonyms Entry number in the Communities Central List
*1 Abdal 1
*6 Bakho (Muslim) 130
*15 Bhathiara (Muslim) 84
*22 Chik (Muslim) 38
*25 Pathani Manihar
*26 Dafali (Muslim) 46
*35 Dhobi (Muslim) 57
*36 Dhunia (Muslim) 58
*37 Gaddi 30
*46 Idrisi or Darzi (Muslim) 119
*50 Kagzi 16
*51 Kalandar 9
*52b Kalar or Kalal 124b
*56 Kasab (Kasai) (Muslim) 5
*76 Madari (Muslim) 91
*77 Mehtar, Lal Begi, (Muslim) Halalkhor, Bhangi 92
*86 Miriasin (Muslim) 93
*87 Mirshikar (Muslim) 102
*88 Momin (Muslim) 103
*89 Mukri (Mukeri) (Muslim) 99
*95 Nat (Muslim) 63
*99 Pamaria (Muslim) 68
*109 Rangrez (Muslim) 109
*111 Rayeen or Kunjra (Muslim) 111
*114 Sayee (Muslim) 116
*115 Malik (Muslim) 76
*116 Shershahbadi 126
*126 Thakurai (Muslim) 131
*131 Saikalgar (Sikligar) (Muslim) 129
Entry number Caste/community Resolution no. and date
*1 Mohd Rafi Abbasi village Gasupur baya bugrasi 12011/7/95-BCC dated 24 May 1995
*4 Arain, Rayee, Kunjra -do-
*11 Bazigar, Nat, Kalandar (excluding those in Sch. Caste) -do-
*13 Bhat 12011/7/95-BCC dt. 24 May 1995
*14 Bhatiara -do-
*15 Chak -do-
*16 Chippi, Tonk, Darzi, Idrishi1 12011/7/95-BCC dt. 24 May 1995 and

12011/04/2002-BCC dt. 19 June 2003

*19 Dhobi (other than those who are already included in the list of Scheduled Castes of Delhi) Qassar1 12011/7/95-BCC dt. 24 May 1995 and 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999
*20 Dhunia, Pinjara, Kandera-Karan, Dhunnewala, Naddaf, Mansoori3 12011/7/95-BCC dt. 24 May 1995, 12011/7/95-BCC dt. 17 July 1995 and 12011/04/2002-BCC dt. 19 June 2003
*21 Fakir 12011/7/95-BCC dt. 24 May 1995
*22 Gadaria, Gadheri, Gaddi, Garri4 -do-
*23 Ghasiara, Ghosi5 -do-
*24 Gujar, Gurjar6 -do-
*25 Jogi, Goswami7 -do-
*26 Julaha (whose traditional occupation is weaving, excluding those in SCs) 12011/7/95-BCC dt. 24 May 1995, 12011/04/2002-BCC dt. 19 June 2003 and 12015/13/2010-B.C.II dt. 8 December 2011
*28 Kasai, Qassab, Quraishi -do-
*31 Khatik (excluding those in Sch. Caste)8 -do-
*32 Kumhar, Prajapati9 -do-
*34 Lakhera, Manihar -do-
*36 Luhar, Bhubhalia, Saifi10 12011/7/95-BCC dt. 24 May 1995 and 12011/68/1998-BCC dt. 27 October 1999
*37 Machi, Machhera11 12011/7/95-BCC dt. 24 May 1995
*39 Memar, Raj12 -do-
*41 Merasi, Mirasi -do-
*42 Mochi (excluding those in Sch. Caste)13 -do-
*43 Nai, Hajjam, Nai (Sabita), Salmani 12011/7/95-BCC dt. 24 May 1995 and 12011/04/2002-BCC dt. 19 June 2003
*44 Nalband 12011/7/95-BCC dt. 24 May 1995
*45 Naqqal -do-
*46 Pakhiwara -do-
*49 Rangrez -do-
*50 Sunar13 -do-
*51 Teli, Teli-Malik14 12011/7/95-BCC dt. 24 May 1995 and 12011/68/1998-BCC dt. 27 October 1999

Notes:

  • 1 Only the Darzi community are Muslims.
  • 2 Only Muslim Dhobis are in the OBC list; the Hindu section have Scheduled Caste status.
  • 3 Mansoori is the preferred self-designation for the Dhunia community
  • 4 Only the Gaddi community are Muslims.
  • 5 Only the Ghosi community are Muslims.
  • 6 largely Hindu community with a small Muslim minority
  • 7 largely Hindu community with a small Muslim minority
  • 8 largely Hindu community with a small Muslim minority
  • 9 partly Hindu and partly Muslim community
  • 10 The Saifi are Muslim Lohars.
  • 11 largely Muslim community with a small Hindu minority
  • 12 largely Muslim community with a small Hindu minority
  • 13 Only Muslim Mochis are in the OBC list; the Hindu section have Scheduled Caste status.
  • 13 largely Hindu community with a small Muslim minority
  • 14 The Teli Maliks are Muslims.

State list[edit]

Below is a list of Muslim communities that have been accorded OBC status by the state government of Delhi.[8]

Entry number Caste/community
*1 Abbasi, Bhishti, Sakka
*4 Arain, Rayee, Kunjra
*11 Bazigar, Nat, Kalandar (excluding those in Sch. Caste)
*14 Bhatiara
*15 Chak
*16 Chippi, Tonk, Darzi, Idrishi, Chhimba 1
*19 Dhobi (other than those who are already included in the list of Scheduled Castes of Delhi) Qassar2
*20 Dhunia, Pinjara, Kandera-Karan, Dhunnewala, Naddaf, Mansoori3
*21 Fakir, Alvi4
*24 Gujar, Gurjar5
*26 Julaha, Ansari (whose traditional occupation is weaving, excluding those in SCs)
*28 Kasai, Qassab, Quraishi
*31 Khatik (excluding those in Sch. Caste)6
*32 Kumhar, Prajapati7
*34 Khakhora, Manihar
*36 Luhar, Bhubhalia, Saifi 8
*37 Machi, Machhera9
*39 Memar, Raj10
*40 Mina/ Meena
*41 Merasi, Mirasi
*42 Mochi (excluding those in Sch. Caste)11
*43 Nai, Hajjam, Nai(Sabita), Salmani
*44 Nalband
*45 Naqqal
*46 Pakhiwara
*49 Rangrez
*51 Sunar12
*52 Teli13
*54 Jat14
*60 Meo

Notes:

  • 1 Only the Darzi community are Muslims.
  • 2 Only Muslim Dhobis are in the OBC list; the Hindu section have Scheduled Caste status.
  • 3 Mansoori is the preferred self-designation for the Dhunia community
  • 4 Alvi is now the preferred self-designation of the Faqir community, but not all Alvis are Faqirs.
  • 5 largely Hindu community with a small Muslim minority
  • 6 largely Hindu community with a small Muslim minority
  • 7 partly Hindu and partly Muslim community
  • 8 the Saifi are Muslim Lohars
  • 9 largely Muslim community with a small Hindu minority
  • 10 largely Muslim community with a small Hindu minority
  • 11 Only Muslim Mochis are in the OBC list; the Hindu section have Scheduled Caste status.
  • 12 largely Hindu community with a small Muslim minority
  • 13 largely Muslim community with a small Hindu minority
  • 14 largely Hindu community with a small Muslim minority

Gujarat[edit]

Central list[edit]

Below is a list of Muslim communities that have been accorded Other Backward Classes status in Gujarat.[9]

Sl. number Name of the castes/sub-castes/synonyms Resolution no. and date
*3 Bafan (Muslim) -do-
*13 Chunara1 -do-
*17 Dafer (Hindu & Muslim) -do-
*19 Fakir or Faquir (Muslim) -do-
*20 Gadhai (Muslim) -do-
*22 Galiara (Muslim) 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995
*23a Ghanchi (Muslim) 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dated 10 September 1993
*26 Hingora (Muslim) -do-
*27a Julaya, Ansari (Muslim) 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995
*27b Garana, Tariya Tari (Muslim) 12011/88/98-BCC dt. 6 December 1999
*28 Jat (Muslim) 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*32 Khatki or Kasai Chamadia Khatki Halari Khatki (all Muslim) -do-
*35 Kharwa-Bhadela -do-
*40 Mir Dhadhi, Langha, Mirasi (all Muslim) -do-
*44 Makrani (Muslim) -do-
*45 Matwa or Matwa-Kureshi (Muslim), Gavli (Hindu) -do-
*46 Me or Meta -do-
*49 Miyana, Miana (Muslim) -do-
*54 Pinjara, Ghanchi-Pinjara and Mansuri-Pinjara (all Muslim) -do-
*59 Sandhi (Muslim) 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*64 Siddi (where they are not Scheduled Tribes) -do-
*65 Sipahi, Patni Jamat and Turk Jamat (all Muslim) -do-
*70 Theba (Muslim) -do-
*73b Hajjam (Muslim), Khalipha (Muslim), Babar (Hindu) 12011/44/96-BCC dated 6 December 1996
*76 Vanzara and Kangsiwala (Hindu) and Vanzara (Muslim) of Dangs district only -do-
*78 Wagher (Hindu and Muslim) 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dated 10 September 1993
*80 Pakhali2 12011/44/96-BCC dated 6 December 1999
*82b Baghban, Rayeen 12011/36/99-BCC dated 4 April 2000
*91 Luhar/Lohar/Panchal3 -do-
*96 Bharbhunja 12011/36/99-BCC dated 4 April 2000
*97 Chhipa4 12015/9/2000-BCC dated 6 September 2001
*101 Arab (Muslim) 12015/15/2008-BCC dated 16 June 2011
*103 Somra,sumra (Muslim) ' -do-

Notes:

  • 1 The Chunara include a Muslim minority.
  • 2 The Pakhali are known as Bhishti elsewhere in India.
  • 3 The Lohar are partly Muslim.
  • 4 The Chhipa are largely Muslim.

Haryana[edit]

Central list[edit]

Below is a list of Muslim communities that have been accorded Other Backward Classes status by the Government of India in Haryana.[10]

Entry number Caste/community Resolution no. and date
*10 Bhat, Bhatra, Darpi, Ramaiya 1 12015/36/1999-BCC dt. 4 April 2000 and 12015/9/2000-BCC dt. 6 September 2001
*12 Changar -do-
*17 Dhobi2 -do-
*19 Dhimar, Mallah, Kashyap-Rajpoot, Kahar, Jhinwar or Jhiwar, Dhiwar, Khewat, Mehra, Nishad, Sakka, Bhisti, Sheikh-Abbasi 3 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993, 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999 and 12015/2/2007-BCC dt. 18 August 2010
*21 Faquir 12011/68/93-BCC(C)dt. 10 September 1993
*24 Ghasi, Ghasiara or Ghosi 4 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995
*29 Hajjam, Nai, Nais, Sain, Salmani5 12011/68/93-BCC(C) t. 10 September 1993, 12011/68/98-BCC t. 27 October 1999 and 12015/2/2007-BCC dt. 18 August 2010
*32 Kanjar or Kanchan6 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*35 Kamboj7 -do-
*39 Lakhera rajpoot, Manihar siddiqui, Kacheratomar8 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and 12015/2/2007-BCC dt. 18 August 2010
*40 Lohar or Luhar, Saifi, Panchal9 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993, 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999 and 12011/44/99-BCC dt. 21 September 2000
*41 Madari 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*42 Mochi (excluding those who are included in Scheduled Castes)10 -do-
*43 Mirasi 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*46 Nalband 12011/68/93-BCC(C)dt. 10 September 1993
*47 Pinja, Penja 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*53 Singlikant or Singikant, Singiwala11 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995
*54 Sunar, Zaragar, Soni12 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/44/99-BCC dt. 21 September 2000
*56 Teli13 -do-
*57 Vanzara, Banzara, Banjara or Vanjara 14 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and 12015/2/2007-BCC dt. 18 August 2010
*61 Nat (other than those who are already included in the List of Scheduled Castes for Haryana)15 12011/44/96-BCC dt. 6 December 1996
*67 Meo 12011/44/96-BCC dt. 6 December 1996
*68 Gujjar16 -do-
*71 Rangrez, Nilgar, Leelgar, Lallari -do-
*73 Soni (Dawala), Nyaria17 12011/36/99-BCCdt. 4 April 2000 and 12015/9/2000-BCCdt. 6 September 2001
*74 Julaha (Muslim), Momin Ansari18 12015/36/1999-BCC dt. 4 April 2000 and 12015/9/2000-BCC dt. 6 September 2001

Notes:

  • 1 The Bhat include a Muslim minority.
  • 2 The Dhobi include a small Muslim minority.
  • 3 The Ghosi are Muslim.
  • 4 The Hajjam or Salmani are Muslim.
  • 5 The Kanjar include a Muslim minority.
  • 6 The Kamboh include a Muslim minority.
  • 7 The Manihar are Muslim.
  • 8 The Saifi are Muslim Lohar.
  • 9 Only Muslim Mochis are in the OBC list; the Hindu section have Scheduled Caste status.
  • 10 The Singiwala are partly Muslim.
  • 11 The Zaragar Muslim Sonar
  • 12 The Haryana Teli are almost entirely Muslim.
  • 13 the Banjara are partly Muslim.
  • 14 Only Muslim Nat are in the OBC list; the Hindu section has Scheduled Caste status.
  • 15 The Gujjar are only partly Muslim.
  • 16 The Nyaria are partly Muslim sections.
  • 17 Ansari are Muslim Julaha (weaver).

Himachal Pradesh[edit]

This is a list of Muslim communities that have been accorded Other Backward Classes status in the state of Himachal Pradesh, India.[11]

Entry number Caste/community Resolution no. and date
*13 Changar -do-
*18 Faquir -do-
*26 Hajjam, Nai1 -do-, 12015/2/2007-BCC dt. 18 August 2010
*30 Kumhar, Prajapati, Kumbar, Ghumar, Ghumhar2 -do-, 12015/2/2007-BCC dt. 18 August 2010
*32 Kanjar, Kanchan3 -do-
*36 Madari -do-
*37 Mirasi -do-
*41 Nalband -do-
*43 Pinja or Penja, Panja, Nadaf, Nadaaf -do- and 12015/2/2007-BCC dt. 18 August 2010
*48 Gujjar or Gujar (in merged areas only)4 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995
*49 Julaha, Ansari5 (other than those included in the list of SCs)2 12015/36/1999-BCC dt. 4 April 2000 and 12015/9/2000-BCC dt. 6 September 2001

Notes:

  • 1 The Hajjam are Muslim Nai.
  • 2 The Ghumar are Punjabi speaking Muslim Kumhar.
  • 3 The Kanjar include a Muslim minority.
  • 4 Most Muslim Gujjar in Himachal Pradesh have Scheduled Tribe status.
  • 5 The Ansari are Muslim; most Himachal Pradesh Julaha are Kabirpanth.
  • 6 The Muslim Mallah caste are included in the OBC state list.

Jammu and Kashmir[edit]

This is a list of Muslim communities that have been granted Other Backward Classes status by the Government of India in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, India.[12]

Entry number Caste/community Resolution no. and date
*1 Bahach Hanjie and Shikara Wallas (excluding house-boat owners) 12011/7/95-BCC dated 24 April 1995
*3 Hajam (barbers) (rural only) -do-
*4 Bhand -do-
*5 Dambali Faqir -do-
*6 Doom (excluding those in Scheduled Castes) -do-
*7 Fishermen including Gada Hanz -do-
*10 Kulfaqir -do-
*11 Kumhar, Kumahar (village potters) -do-
*12 Madari, Bazigar -do-
*13 Mirasi -do-
*15 Shaksaz -do-
*16 Shoe-repairers (working without the aid of machines) -do-
*17 Shupri Wattal (excluding those in Sch. Caste) -do-
*19 Teli, Teeli 1 -do-
*20 Village washermen -do-
*21 Lohar, Tarkhan2 12015/9/2000-BCC dated 6 September 2001

Notes:

  • 1 largely Hindu community with a small Muslim minority
  • 2 largely Hindu community with a small Muslim minority

Madhya Pradesh[edit]

Central list[edit]

Below is a list of Muslim communities that have been accorded OBC status by the Government of India in the state of Madhya Pradesh.[13]

Entry number Caste/community Resolution no. and date
*59 Islamic groups
*1 Rangrej 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*2 Bhisthi, Bhishti-Abbasi 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 12011/21/1995-BCC dt. 15 May 1995 and 12011/36/99-BCC dt. 4 April 2000
*3 Chippa/Chhipa 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*4 Hela 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995
*5 Bhatiyara 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*6 Dhobi -do-
*7 Mewati, Meo 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999
*8 Pinjara, Naddaf, Fakir/Faquir, Behna, Dhuniya, Dhunkar, Mansoori 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993, 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995 and 12011/88/98
*9 Kunjara, Raine 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999
*10 Manihar 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and

12011/21/1995-BCC dt. 15 May 1995

*11 Kasai, Kasab, Kassab Qussab, Qassab-Qurreshi 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993, 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995 and 12011/36/99-BCC dt. 4 April 2000
*12 Mirasi 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*13 Barhai (carpenter) -do-
*14 Hajjam(Barber), Nai (barber), Salmani 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993, 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995, 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999 and 12011/88/98-BCC dt. 6 December 1999
*15 Julaha-Momin, Julaha-Ansari, Momin-Ansari 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993, 12011/21/1995-BCC dt. 15 May 1995, 12011/36/99-BCC dt. 4 April 2000 and 12015/9/2000-BCC dt. 6 September 2001
*16 Luhar, Saifi, Nagauri Luhar, Multani Luhar 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993, 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999 and 12011/36/99-BCC dt. 4 April 2000
*17 Tadavi 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*18 Banjara, Mukeri, Makrani 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and

12011/44/99-BCC dt. 21 September 2000

*19 Mochi 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*20 Teli, Nayata, Pindari (Pindara) -do- and

12011/21/1995-BCC dt. 15 May 1995

*21 Kalaigar 12011/88/98-BCC dt. 6 December 1999
*22 Pemdi -do-
*23 Nalband -do-
*24 Mirdha (excluding Jat Muslims) 12011/88/98-BCC dt. 6 December 1999
*25 Nat (other than those included in the SC list) 12011/36/99-BCC dt. 4 April 2000
*26 Niyargar, Niyargar-Multani Niyaria 12011/36/99-BCC dt. 4 April 2000
*27 Gaddi -do-

Punjab[edit]

Below is a list of Muslim communities granted OBC status in the Government of India in the state of Punjab.[14]

Entry number Caste/community Resolution no. and date
*4 Changar 12011/9/1994-BCC dated 10 September 1993
*8 Kanjar or Kanchan1 -do-
*20 Kumhar / Ghumiar, Prajapati / Parjapatra1 12011/9/1994-BCC dt. 10 September 1993, 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995 and 12011/4/2002-BCC dt. 13 January 2004
*23 Kamboh3 -do-
*36 Faqir 12011/9/1994-BCC dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995
*41 Hajjam, Nai4 12011/9/1994-BCC dt. 10 September 1993
*48 12011/9/1994-BCC dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995
*50 Madari -do-
*51 Lohar, Saifi, Ramgarhia Turkhan (removed from here and now included with Entry No. 40 )5 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999
*52 Mochi (other than Scheduled Castes)6 12011/9/1994-BCC dt. 10 September 1993
*53 Mirasi -do-
*55 Nalband -do-
*57 Pinja, Penja 12011/9/1994-BCC dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995
*60 Teli -do-
*62 Gujjar7 12011/9/1994-BCC dt. 10 September 1993
*64 Arain -do-

Notes:

  • 1 largely Hindu community with a small Muslim minority
  • 2 The Ghumiar are Punjabi speaking Muslim Kumhars.
  • 3 largely Hindu community with a small Muslim minority in Malerkotla
  • 4 The Hajjam are Muslim Nais.
  • 5 The Saifis are Muslim Lohar.
  • 6 Only Muslim Mochis are on the OBC list; the Hindu and Sikh section have Scheduled Caste status.
  • 7 largely Hindu community with a small minority of Muslim nomadic Gujjars

Rajasthan[edit]

Central list[edit]

This is a list of Muslim communities who have been granted Other Backward Class status by the Government of India in the state of Rajasthan.[15]

Entry number Caste/community Resolution no. and date
*3 Badhai,Jangir, Khati, Kharadi, Suthar, Tarkhan1 12011/9/94-BCC dt. 19 October 1994 and 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999
*5 Banjara, Baladia, Labana2 -do-
*6 Bharbhunja3 -do-
*8 Chhipa (Chhipi), Nama, Bhavsar4 12011/9/94-BCC dt. 19 October 1994 and 12011/88/98-BCC dt. 6 December 1999
*12 Darzi 12011/9/94-BCC dated 19 October 1994
*14 Dhivar, Kahar, Bhoi, Sagarvanshi-Mali, Keer, Mallah, Mehra, Nishad, Bhisti5 12011/9/94- BCC dt. 19 October 1994 12015/15/2008- BCC dt. 16 June 2011
*15 Gaderia(Gadri), Ghosi (Gvala), Gaddi, Gayri6 12011/9/94-BCC dt. 19 October 1994 12011/36/99-BCC dt. 4 April 2000 12015/9/2000-BCC dt. 6 September 2001 12015/15/2008- BCC dt. 16 June 2011
*17 Ghanchi -do-
*19 Gujjar7 -do-
*20 Hela8 -do-
*22 Jogi, Nath9 12011/9/94-BCC dt. 19 October 1994
*23 Julaha (Hindu and Muslim) -do-
*27 Kandera, Pinjara, Mansoori10 12011/9/94-BCC dt. 19 October 1994 and 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999
*30a Kumhar11 12011/9/94-BCC dt. 19 October 1994
*31 12 12011/9/94-BCC dt. 19 October 1994 and 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999
*33 Lohar, Panchal13 12011/9/94-BCC dt. 19 October 1994
*35 daar (Muslim) Mali, Bagwan, Rayee/Rayeen, Kunjra14 12011/9/94-BCC dt. 19 October 1994, 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999 and 12011/36/99-BCC dt. 4 April 2000
*36 Mer (Mehrat-Kathat, Mehrat-Ghodat, Cheeta)15 12011/9/94-BCC dt. 19 October 1994
*37 Mirasi, Dhadi -do-
*39 Nai, Sain, Baid Nai16 12011/9/94-BCC dt. 19 October 1994 and 12011/88/98-BCC dt. 6 December 1999
*40 Nyaria 12011/9/94-BCC dt. 19 October 1994
*53 Sakka-Bhishti, Saqqa-Bhishti, Bhishti-Abbasi 12011/68/98-BCC dated 27 October 1999
*54 Mochi17 (other than those who are included in the List of Scheduled Castes for Rajasthan) -do-
*55 Dhobi18 (other than those who are included in the List of Scheduled Castes for Rajasthan) 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999
*56 Rangrez, Nilgar -do-
*57 Chungar -do-
*58 Jat (except in Bharatpur and Dhaulpur Districts) -do-
*60 Faqir / Faquir (Kadiris Chistis and Naqshbandias are not included) -do-
*61 Kasai 12011/36/99-BCC dated 4 April 2000
*62 Silawat (except Sompura Murtikar) 12011/4/2002-BCC dated 19 June 2003
*64 Bhatiara -do-
*66 Mev 12015/15/2008- BCC dated 16 June 2011
*67 Sindhi Musalman 12015/15/2008- BCC dated 16 June 2011
*68 Deshwali 12015/15/2008- BCC dated 16 June 2011

Notes:

  • 1 The Barhai and Suthar are largely Hindu communities with a small Muslim minority.
  • 2 The Banjara include a small Muslim minority.
  • 3 The Bharbhunja include a small Muslim minority.
  • 4 The Chhipa are Muslim.
  • 5 The Bhishti are Muslim, while Mallah include a Muslim minority.
  • 6 The Ghosi and Gaddi are Muslim.
  • 7 The Gujjar are only partly Muslim.
  • 8 Only Muslim Bhangis such as the Hela are in the OBC list; the Hindu sections have Scheduled Caste]status.
  • 9 The Jogi are only partly Muslim.
  • 10 The Kandera are partly Muslim, while the Pinjara are entirely Muslim.
  • 11 The Kumhar are partly Muslim sections.
  • 12 The Manihar are Muslim.
  • 13 The Lohar are partly Muslim.
  • 14 The Bagwan are Muslim Mali, while the Rayeen or Kunjra are entirely Muslim.
  • 15 The Merat and Cheetahs are Muslims.
  • 16 The Nai are partly Muslim.
  • 17 Only Muslim Mochis are in the OBC list; the Hindu section have Scheduled Caste status.
  • 18 Only Muslim Dhobis are in the OBC list; the Hindu section have Scheduled Caste status.

Explanation: In the above list for the State of Rajasthan, all castes, which are known by the name of their respective traditional hereditary occupations and whose members follow different religions, include all members of those castes, irrespective of whether they follow the Hindu religion or Islam or any other religion (Vide Resolution No. 12011/4/2002-BCC dt. 19 June 2003).

State list[edit]

This is a list of Muslim communities accorded OBC status by the state government of Rajasthan, India.[16]

Entry number Caste/community
*5 Banjara, Baladia, Labana1
*6 Badhai,Jangir, Khati, Kharadi, Suthar, Tarkhan2
*7 Bharbhunja3
*8 Chhipa (Chhipi), Nama, Bhavsar4
*12 Darzi
*15 Gaderia(Gadri), Gayri, Ghosi (Gvala)5
*17 Ghanchi
*20 Gujjar6
*21 Hela 7
*23 Julaha
*27 Kandera, Pinjara8
*31 Kumhar (Prajapati), Kumawat, Suara, Moyla 9
*32 10
*34 Lohar, Panchal
*35 Maha-Brahman (Acharai), Fakir11 (working in Kabristan)
*36 Mali, Bagwan12
*37 Mer (Mehrat-Kathat, Mehrat-Ghodat, Cheeta)13
*38 Mirasi, Dhadi, Langa/Mangniyar
*40 Nai, Sain, Sen, Vednai14
*41 Nyaria (Nyargar)
*54 Jat
*56 Halali, Kasai
*61 Mev
*62 Gaddee
*63 Farooki Bhatiyara
*64 Silawat (other than Sompura and Murtikaar)
*66 Dhobi (Muslim)15
*67 Kayamkhani
*68 Kunjada, Raen
*69 Sapera (Non Hindu Caste)16
*70 Madari, Bazigar (non-Hindu Caste)
*71 Nut (non-Hindu Caste)17
*73 Sindhi Musalman
*74 Kheldar
*75 Chungar
*76 Rath
*77 Multanies
*78 Orphan Children18
*79 Mochi (non-Hindu caste)19
*80 Deshwali
*82 Chobdaar

Notes:

  • 1 largely Hindu community with a small Muslim minority
  • 2 The Suthar include a small Muslim minority.
  • 3 The Bharbhunja include a small Muslim minority.
  • 4 The Chhipa are Muslim.
  • 5 The Ghosi are Muslim.
  • 6 The Gujjar are only partly Muslim.
  • 7 Only Muslim Bhangis such as the Hela are in the OBC list; the Hindu sections have Scheduled Caste status.
  • 8 The Kandera are partly Muslim, while the Pinjara are eniterely Muslim.
  • 9 The Muslim Kumhar are now added as Moyla.[17]
  • 10 The Manihar are Muslim.
  • 11 The Faqir are Muslim.
  • 12 The Bagwan are Muslim Mali.
  • 13 The Merat and Cheetahs are Muslims
  • 14 The Nai are partly Muslim
  • 15 Only Muslim Dhobis are in the OBC list; the Hindu section have Scheduled Caste status.
  • 16 Only Muslim Sapera are in the OBC list; the Hindu section have Scheduled Caste status.
  • 17 Only Muslim Nat are in the OBC list; the Hindu section have Scheduled Caste status.
  • 18 includes Muslims
  • 19 Only Muslim Mochis are in the OBC list; the Hindu section have Scheduled Caste status.

Tamil Nadu[edit]

Uttar Pradesh[edit]

Central list[edit]

Below is a list of Muslim communities that have been accorded Other Backward Classes status in Uttar Pradesh.[18]

Entry number Caste/community Resolution no. and date
*4 Kahar, Tanwar, Singhariya1 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/36/99-BCC dt. 4 April 2000
*5 Kewat or Mallah2 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*8 Kumhar, Prajapati3 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995
*10 Kasgar 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*11 Kunjra or Rayeen 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995
*13 Gujjar4 -do-
*15 Gaddi, Ghosi 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/96/94-BCC dt. 9 March 1996
*17 Chikwa, Qassab, (Qureshi), Kasai/ Qassai, Chak5 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993, 12011/44/96-BCC dt. 6 December 1996, 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999 and 12011/88/98-BCC dt. 6 December 1999
*18 Chhipi, Chhipe6 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and

12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995

*19 Jogi7 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*20 Jhojha -do-
*21 Dafali -do-
*23 Teli, Samani, Rogangar, Teli Malik (Muslim), Teli Sahu, Teli Rathore8 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993, 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999 and 12011/88/98-BCC dt. 6 December 1999
*24 Darzi 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*26 Naqqal -do-
*27 Nat9 (excluding those who are included in Scheduled Castes) -do-
*29 Faqir -do-
*30 Banjara, Mukeri, Ranki, Mekrani10 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993, 12011/36/99-BCC dt. 4 April 2000 and 12015/09/2000-BCC dt. 6 September 2001
*31 Barhai, Badhai, Viswakarma, Ramgarhia11 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993, 12011/88/98-BCC dt. 6 December 1999 and 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*37 Bhurji, Bharbhuja, Bharbhunja, Bhooj, Kandu12 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993, 12011/21/95-BCC dt. 15 May 1995 and 12011/44/96-BCC dt. 6 December 1996
*38 Bhatiara 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*39 Mali, Baghban13 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993, 12011/96/94-BCC dt. 9 March 1996 and 12011/04/2001-BCC dt. 13 January 2004
*40 Siddiqui Manihar, Kacher Tomar, Lakher Brahmans (excluding Lakhera sub-caste of Brahmans in Tehri Garhwal region), Churihar14 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993, 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999 and 12011/88/98-BCC dt. 6 December 1999
*42 Momin (Ansar, Ansari), Julaha 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993, 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999 and 12011/88/98-BCC dt. 6 December 1999
*43 Mirasi 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993
*44 Muslim Kayastha -do-
*45 Sheikh Mansoori, Naddaf (Dhunia), Dhunia, Mansoori, Behna, Kandere, Kadere, Pinjara 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993, 12011/96/94-BCC dt. 9 March 1996 and 12011/88/98-BCC dt. 6 December 1999
*47 Rangrez, Rangwa15 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/44/96-BCC dt. 6 December 1996
*49 Lohar, Luhar, Saifi 16 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993 and 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999
*52 Halwai17 -do-
*53 Hajjam (Nai), Salmani, Nai, Sain (Nai)18 12011/68/93-BCC(C) dt. 10 September 1993, 12011/96/94-BCC dt. 9 March 1996, 12011/44/96-BCC dt. 6 December 1996 and 12011/36/99-BCC dt. 4 April 2000
*54 Halalkhor, Hela, Lal Begi (other than those who are included in the list of Scheduled Castes)19 12011/96/94-BCC dt. 9 March 1996,

12011/36/99-BCC dt. 4 April 2000 and 12015/9/2000-BCC dt. 6 September 2001

*55 Dhobi20(other than those who are already included in the list of Scheduled Castes for UP) 12011/96/94-BCC dt. 9 March 1996
*56 Meo, Mewati 12011/13/97-BCC dt. 3 December 1997
*57 Saqqa-Bhisti, Bhisti-Abbassi BCC 16-4-2017
*59 Khumra, Sangtarash, Hansiri 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999
*61 Atishbaz, Darugar -do-
*62 Madari -do-
*63 Nalband, Sais -do-
*64 Bhand 12011/88/98-BCC dt. 6 December 1999
*65 Mochi (excluding those who are included in the list of SC of Uttar Pradesh)21 -do-
*66 Raj (Memar) -do-
*67 Sheikh Sarvari (Pirai), Peerahi 12011/36/99-BCC dt. 4 April 2000 and 12015/09/2000-BCC dt. 6 September 2001
*71 Kalal, Kalwar22 -do-
*76 Gada 12015/15/2008- BCC dt. 16 June 2011

Notes:

  • 1 largely Hindu community with a small Muslim minority
  • 2 The Mallaah include a small Muslim minority.
  • 3 The Kumhar are evenly divided between the Hindu and Muslim sections.
  • 4 The nomadic Van Gujjar are entirely Muslim, while the settled Gujjars of western UP include a large Muslim minority.
  • 5 The Chikwa and Qureshi Qassab are entirely Muslim, while the Chak are Hindu.
  • 6 The Chippe are largely Hindu with a small Muslim minority.
  • 7 largely Hindu with a small Muslim minority
  • 8 the Teli Malik are Muslim.
  • 9 Only Muslim Nat are in the OBC list; the Hindu section have Scheduled Caste status.
  • 10 The Banjara are partly Muslim, while the Mukeri are entirely Muslim.
  • 11 The Barhai are partly Musli
  • 12 The Bharbhunja are partly Muslim.
  • 13 The Baghban are Muslim Mali.
  • 14 The Manihar are Muslim, while the Churihar are largely Muslim.
  • 15 The Rangrez are Muslim and Rangwa Hindu.
  • 16 The Saifi are Muslim Lohar.
  • 17 The Halwai are partly Muslim.
  • 18 The Hajjam are Muslim Nai.
  • 19 Only Muslim Bhangis such as the Halalkhor and Lalbegi are in the OBC list; the Hindu sections have Scheduled Caste status.
  • 20 Only Muslim Dhobis are in the OBC list, the Hindu section have Scheduled Caste status.
  • 21 Only Muslim Mochis are in the OBC list, the Hindu section have Scheduled Caste status.
  • 22 caste mahigeer faruki ob list

Explanation: In the above list for Uttar Pradesh for all castes linked with traditional hereditary occupations, except those entered with specific mention of name of religion, are included, irrespective of whether their members follow Hinduism, Islam or any other religion.

West Bengal[edit]

Central list[edit]

Below is a list of Muslim communities that have been accorded by OBC status by the Government of India in the state of West Bengal.[19]

Entry number Caste/community Resolution no. and date
*23 Jolah (Ansari Momin) 12011/96/94-BCC dt. 9 March 1996 and 12015/9/2000-BCC dt. 6 September 2001
*29 Fakir, Sain 12011/68/98-BCC dt. 27 October 1999
*45 Kasai-Quraishi 12011/36/99-BCC dt. 4 April 2000—
*53 Rayeen (Kunjra) -do-
*55 Nashya-Sekh 12011/1/2001-BCC dt. 20 June 2003
*56 Shershabadia 12011/1/2001-BCC dt. 20 June 2003
*60 Patidar 12015/15/2008- BCC dt. 16 June 2011
*62 Pahadia Muslim 12015/15/2008- BCC dt. 16 June 2011

State list[edit]

Below is a list of Muslim communities that have been accorded OBC status by the state government of West Bengal.[20]

SI. Caste Particulars of connected orders
*16 Jolah (Ansari Momin) Notification No.705-TW/EC dt. 13.12.94
*31 Fakir, Sain Notification No. 183-TW/EC dt. 8 March 1996
*44 Hawari Notification No. 93-TW/EC dt. 1 February 1997
*49 Dhunia
*50 Patidar
*51 Kasai
*54 Nashya-Sekh Notification No. 84-BCW/RC dt. 01.03.1999
*63 Shershabadia Notification No. 5001-BCW Dt.7-10-02
*65 Hajjam Notification No.3230 - BCW dt. 04-12-08 read with No. 264/BCW dt. 28-01-09
*66 Chowduli Notification No. 485/BCW dt. 20 February 2009
*68 Beldar Muslim Notification No. 771-BCW/MR-436/1999 dt. 05-03-2010
*69 Khotta Muslim
*70 Sardar
*71 Nikari Notification No. 1403-BCW/MR-436/99(I) dt. 26 April 2010
*72 Mahalda
*73 Dhukr
*74 Basni / Bosni
*75 Abdal
*76 Kan
*77 Tutia Notification No. 1639-BCW/MR-436/1999

dt. 14 May 2010

*78 Gaven
*79 Bhatia Muslim
*80 Midde Notification No. 1929-BCW/MR-436/99(I) dt. 2 June 2010
*81 Mallick
*83 Laskar
*84 Baidya Muslim
*86 Chutor Mistri
*87 Dafadar
*88 Mal Muslim
*89 Majhi / Patni Muslim
*90 Muchi / Chamar Muslim
*91 Nehariya Notification No. 2317-BCW/MR-436/99 dated 1 July 2010
*92 Muslim Haldar
*93 Siuli (Muslim)
*94 Muslim Mandal
*95 Muslim Sanpui/Sapui
*96 Muslim Biswas
*97 Muslim Mali
*98 Ghosi
*99 Darji / Ostagar / Idrishi Notification No. 5045-BCW/MR-436/99(I) dated 31 August 2010
*100 Rajmistri
*101 Bhatiyara
*102 Molla
*103 Dhali (Muslim)
*104 Tal-Pakha Benia
*105 Muslim Piyada
*106 Muslim Barujibi / Barui
*107 Bepari / Byapari Muslim Notification No. 6305-BCW / MR-436/99(I) dated 24 September 2010
*108 Penchi
*109 Bhangi (Muslim) Notification No. 1673-BCW / MR-209/11 dated 11 May 2012
*110 Dhatri/Dai/Dhaity (Muslim)
*111 Gharami (Muslim)
*112 Ghorkhan
*113 Halsana (Muslim)
*114 Kayal (Muslim)
*115 Naiya (Muslim)
*116 Shikari/Sikari (Muslim)
*117 Adaldar (Muslim)
*118 Adaldar (Muslim)
*119 Akunji/Akan/Akhan (Muslim)
*120 Bag (Muslim)
*121 Chaprashi (Muslim)
*122 Churihar
*123 Daptari (Muslim)
*124 Dewan (Muslim)
*125 Dhabak (Muslim)
*126 Gazi (Muslim)
*127 Khan (Muslim)
*128 Kolu Muslim (Shah, Sahaji, Sadhukhan, Mondal)
*129 Majhi
*130 Malita/Malitha/Malitya (Muslim)
*131 Sekh (Muslim)
*132 Paik (Muslim)
*133 Pailan (Muslim)
*134 Purkait (Muslim)
*135 Sana (Muslim)
*136 Sareng (Muslim)
*137 Sardar (Muslim)
*138 Sarkar (Muslim)
*139 Shah (Fakir)/Shah/Sha/Sahaji)
*140 Tarafdar (Muslim)
*141 Gavara
*142 Mouli (Muslim)
*143 Sepai (Muslim)
*144 Sekh/Seikh Notification No. 845-BCW/MR-147/12 dated 10 October 2012
*145 Bayen (Muslim) Order No. 2770-BCW/MR-116/12 dated 29 August 2014 read with Corrigendum published in Kolkata Gazette dated 9 December 2014
*146 Bhuiya/Bhunya (Muslim)
*147 Borah / Bara / Bora (Muslim)
*148 Gorey (Muslim)
*149 Hati (Muslim)
*150 Jatuya (Muslim)
*151 Khondekar/Khonkar (Muslim)*
*152 Pahar (Muslim)
*153 Raptan (Muslim)
*154 Baradi (Muslim)*
*155 Dalal (Muslim)
*156 Hoseni Goyala (Muslim)
*157 Khalashi (Muslim)
*158 Kichni (Muslim)
*159 Mukti/Mufti (Muslim)

Notes:

  • 1 Indicate Muslim communities amongst the OBCs

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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