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The Missing Voice Of Youth In Politics

India is home to over 1.3 billion people. One-fifth of the population, or 19.1 percent, is under the age of 25, the highest proportion in the world. But still the voice of youth is missing. However, just 6 percent of India's leaders and ministers are under 35, making them ineligible to be referred to as "young leaders." This is even though 65 percent of its population is under the age of 35. Only 12 percent of the current Lok Sabha is comprised of persons under the age of 35. The lack of excitement, vigor, and energy in the political arena is causing an alarming number of people to abandon their political positions. One could question why our country's youthful population has such a low representation in politics, given that they are doing amazing things in other aspects of their life ...

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“Minorities Have Seen ‘Real Change’ In Last Seven Years,” Feels Union Minister Naqvi; Deets Inside

Amidst the caste and religion dice being thrown by political parties in the election environment, Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said that some parties keep secularism as a means of political convenience and do political deceit with the basic spirit of the Constitution. However, this is a constitutional commitment for the BJP. The BJP is following the mantra of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, whereas for some parties it has been limited to the development of their own leaders. Addressing the workers of BJP Minorities Morcha, Naqvi appealed to them to expose these parties by example. On Sunday, there was a meeting of the National Executive of the BJP Minority Morcha. In its inaugural address, Naqvi was an attacker on the opposition. He said, “In 75 years of independence, 75 chess tric...

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