Raghav Chadha confers “India UK Outstanding Achievers Honour” in London

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party Rajya Sabha MP Raghav Chadha has been named with the 'Outstanding Achiever' honour in the Government and Politics category at the India-UnitedKingdom Achievers Honours in London. 

The esteemed award recognizes individuals who demonstrate "excellence in how democracy and justice are experienced and how challenging societal issues are tackled together for the good of people and the globe".

The India-UK Achievers Honours recognize the scholastic and professional achievements of young Indians who have studied in the United Kingdom in celebration of India's 75th year of independence. After studying at the prestigious London School of Economics (LSE), the AAP leader established a boutique wealth management firm in London. As a young activist, he went to India and joined India Against Corruption Movement, which advocated for anti-corruption legislation.

"This award does not recognize an individual's accomplishments. Though received by an average person from an ordinary background with an ordinary skill set, this award belongs to an amazing party called the AAP and the remarkable leadership of Arvind Kejriwal Ji, whom I have the great honour of calling my mentor. I dedicate this honour to my leader, Arvind Kejriwal Ji, and the multitudes of faceless and nameless grassroots workers for their persistent commitment to serve India "Chaddha said during his speech at the event on Wednesday. 

Reflecting on his experience as a student of "the world's largest democracy" who studied in "the world's oldest democracy," he remarked that today there is more of India in Britain than Britain in India -- whether it's the Kohinoor or Rishi Sunak, history has come full circle.

In 2022, at the age of 33, he became the youngest Member of Parliament in the Rajya Sabha, India's Upper House, where he represents the state of Punjab. The National Indian Students and Alumni Union (NISAU) UK organised the award ceremony in collaboration with the British Council in India, with funding from the UK Government Department for International Trade and the UK Higher Education sector.

This is Chadha's second international honour in less than a year. He was named a Young Global Leader by the prestigious World Economic Forum last year. 

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