Hi, in git there is no concept about "rights". I assume you are using some
tool to manage git repos like gitlab or github. Anyway two options come to
my mind right now:
Make a new commit erasing the folder that you dont want, with this approach
the folder will be in the history so you can checkout to a commit where
the folder is present wich is bad if you dont want those files in the
history of the repo.
Change your las commit and (force) push it, with this approach you need to
be careful of rewriting history, basically if you are alone in the repo you
are safe if not well you need to be sure that anyone have pulled the
history. For this read 
El mar., 24 de nov. de 2015 a la(s) 9:03 a. m., Moazzam Shahzad <
> I have master rights on git repository.
> How to remove a project or folder pushed by mistake with original project
> to master branch???
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