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Difference between sectional and public interest groups:

1. Sectional interest groups are concerned about a particular section of the society while public interest groups think of the good of the society in general.

2. The members of a public interest group may not benefit from the cause but that is not true for sectional interest groups.

3. Examples of sectional interest groups: trade unions, business association etc

Examples of public interest groups: FEDECOR, human rights organization.

Explanation: Sectional interest groups fight specifically for a group within the society while the interest of public interest groups is wide-ranged.

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