Fame India Asia Post 40@40 - Radiant Stars of Indian Politics 2020 Survey

Fame India Asia Post 40@40 - Radiant Stars of Indian Politics 2020 Survey

Youth is the most important and progressive segment of the population in India. This developing country with a large youth population can witness tremendous growth, provided we ensure the education, health, and protection of the rights of the youth. We can undoubtedly assume that the youth of today are the nation's builders and leaders of tomorrow.

Indian democracy has recorded its strong role around the world. The entire credit for this change goes to the youth of India, who have revolutionized the political and administrative system of the country. 

Today, India is one of the youngest nations in the world with more than 58% of its total population below 40 years of age. In recent years, the special style of Indian youth has attracted the attention of world veterans. Not only civilized, well-educated, and intelligent young people have made their debut in politics, but big political parties are also playing their bets on their foresight and wisdom. Everywhere, youth are coming forward with new ideas, so it is necessary to encourage the bright stars of politics. 
Fame India Magazine - Asia Post Survey Agency together has tested the strength of the shoulders of young politicians who are touching the heights of politics and setting a new standard at the age of 40. Following are the names of the top 40 young politicians who have been selected in the list of the best young politicians under the age of 40 from across the country in a survey made by measuring the points of merit, foresight, experience, image, work, and communication ability and popularity:-

-Tejasvi Surya (30) Karnataka (MP - Bangalore South, National President - Bhartiya Janta Yuva Morcha)


-Tejashwi Yadav (31) Bihar (Leader of Opposition - Bihar Legislative Assembly, National Speaker - Rashtriya Janata Dal)

- Aditya Thackeray (30) Maharashtra (Minister of Environment and Tourism - Government of Maharashtra, Chief of Yuva Sena)

- Dushyant Chautala (32) Haryana (Deputy Chief Minister - Government of Haryana, National President - Jananayak Janata Party)

- Ram Mohan Naidu Kinjarapu (32) Andhra Pradesh (MP - Srikakulam Lok Sabha, National General Secretary - Telugu Desam Party)

- Jamyang Sering Namgyal (36) Ladakh (MP - Ladakh Lok Sabha, BJP)

- Ramya Haridas (34) Kerala (MP - Alathura Lok Sabha, Congress)

- Mahant Balaknath (36) Rajasthan (MP - Alwar Lok Sabha, BJP)

- Raksha Khadse (33) Maharashtra (MP - Raver Lok Sabha, BJP)

- Chirag Paswan (38) Bihar (MP - Jamui Lok Sabha, National President - Lok Janshakti Party)

- Chandrani Murmu (27) Orissa (MP - Keonjhar Lok Sabha, BJD)

- Praveen Kumar Nishad (31) Uttar Pradesh (MP - Santakbirnagar Lok Sabha, BJP)

- Ashok Chandna (36) Rajasthan (Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports (Independent Charge), Minister of State for Skill, Employment, Transport - Government of Rajasthan)

- Umesh Patel (37) Chhattisgarh (Minister of Higher Education and Sports - Government of Chhattisgarh)

- Sandeep Singh (29) Uttar Pradesh (Minister of State for Finance, Education - Government of Uttar Pradesh)

- Mukesh Sahni (39) Bihar (Minister of Animal Husbandry and Fisheries - Government of Bihar, National President - Vikas Insan Party)

- Raghav Chadha (32) Delhi (MLA - Rajendra Nagar Assembly)

- Mimi Chakraborty (31) West Bengal (MP - Jadavpur Lok Sabha, Trinamool Congress)

- Rina Kashyap (35) Himachal Pradesh (MLA - Pachhad Assembly)

- Srinivas BV (40) Karnataka (National President - Youth Congress, Delhi)

- Davinder Singh Ghubaya (25) Punjab (MLA - Fazilka Assembly)

- Madhukeshwar Desai (33) Mumbai (National Vice President - Bhartiya Janta Yuva Morcha)

- Vaibhav Gehlot (39) Rajasthan (Indian National Congress)

- Sharad Juglal Cole (31) Madhya Pradesh, (BJP MLA - Beauhari Assembly)

- Yogesh Maurya (33) Uttar Pradesh (Bharatiya Janata Party)

- Ajaz Engineer (35) Jammu Kashmir, (National Vice President - Bhartiya Janta Yuva Morcha)

- Kartikeya Singh Chauhan (26) Madhya Pradesh (Bharatiya Janata Party)

- Charu Pragya (37) Uttar Pradesh (National Spokesperson, Bhartiya Janta Party)

- Jayveer Shergill (38) Punjab (National Spokesperson - Indian National Congress)

- Prabal Pratap Singh Tomar (27) Madhya Pradesh, (Bharatiya Janata Party)

- Abhijat Mishra (37) Uttar Pradesh (National General Secretary - Bhartiya Janta Yuva Morcha)

- Aishe Ghosh (25) West Bengal, (President - Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union)

- Neha Joshi (33) Uttarakhand, (National Spokesperson, BJYMO, Delhi)

- Niraj Kundan (30) Jammu Kashmir (National President - NSUI)

- Nidhi Tripathi (32) National General Secretary (Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, New Delhi)

- Parth Pawar (30) Maharashtra (Nationalist Congress Party, Maharashtra)

- Prabal Patel (27) Madhya Pradesh (Bharatiya Janata Party, Madhya Pradesh)

- Gitanjali Barua (33) Assam, (National President, Confederation Mahila Morcha)

- Dilip Dhanraj Gupta (38) Madhya Pradesh (BJP Kisan Morcha)

- Omprakash Setu (33) Bihar (Yuva Janata Dal-United)