Modern Indian History
Jyotiba Phule, popularly known as Baba Phule, was a social reformer in Maharashtra. Which of the following is not true about him

The urban educated Marathas were his most ardent followers
His Satyashodhak Mandal contained both an elite based conservative trend and a genuine mass-based radicalism
He was the first to raise his voice against Brahmans in Maharashtra in the 1870s
Phule through his book Ghulamagiri (1872) and his organization Satyashodhak Mandal, proclaimed the need to save the lower castes from the hypocritical Brahmans and their scriptures