Aditya Sharma: A Student who works for the betterment of our country

Jan 13 2021 04:12 PM
Aditya Sharma: A Student who works for the betterment of our country

We see more and more of the youth taking up the mantle and making sure their voices are heard. Their voice matters because they’re this country’s future. So it is only appropriate that we talk about one such activist from Madhya Pradesh, Aditya Sharma. 

Know more about Aditya Sharma: Aditya Sharma, 20 is from Narsinghpur, MP. A social worker and a student activist, he is a member of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidhyarti Parishad (ABVP), founder of the Bharat Youth Forum and the NGO Youth Social-Cutural Welfare society. ABVP is the world’s biggest Youth Group with its main focus on empowering the young with tools that will help them gain skills and better knowledge ahead in life. They have been a driving force for many student activists with ties and endorsements from various political parties across the country. 

Aditya Sharma A social Activist : Aditya Sharma is a proclaimed activist in his region, with focus lying mainly in giving students power to make their voices heard. Hard-working, determined and passionate, Sharma is a force to be reckoned with who will stop at nothing to achieve his dreams and goals. His group Bharat Youth Forum organized a large scale mock parliament session last year, taking inspirations from Model UNs. Sharma and his group is also known for organizing rallies with students. They fight against any and all injustice against students.

At the age where most of us are out with friends, people like Sharma fight for us. A modern day hero with no flashy suits or capes. In such a politically charged climate, it is always easy to forget the students, who will tomorrow lead the country, go on to become functioning members of the society. But it is groups such as the Bharat Youth Forum who look out for us and make sure that our rights are not squandered in the stampede to grab and retain power. Apart from all this activities he loves to spend more time with his parents  and he has a great respect towards them. 

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