Two prominent youngsters in election fray
Tejasvi Surya, who is set to contest from Bangalore South (Karnataka), and Kanhaiya Kumar, who is going to contest from Begusarai, are the two prominent youngsters in the election. The only resemblance between the two is that both are exceptional orators. Actually, the difference between the two outnumbers the resemblance. The main difference is that one is a rightist stalwart and the other is a far-leftist.
It was the JNU episode that helped Mr Kumar to hike the mountain of popularity. The research fellow was the president of the JNU Studnets Union when a bitter confrontation emerged between the rightists and leftists in the JNU. The episode culminated with giving a star status to the leftist leader.
On the other hand, it was his contribution as a loyal party worker that made Mr Surya popular and powerful. His oratory skills were used several times to pull the public’s attention to the Saffron ideologies and concepts. He also contributed immensely to increase the efficiency of the party’s digital handle.
With the opportunity given to the young lawyer of the Karnataka High Court, the BJP has made it clear that the educated youngsters would be rewarded with proper positions.
The arrival of educated youngsters towards the political hemisphere means that the Indian democracy’s future is extremely bright like a shining sun.
It is hoped that these two exceptionally talented orators will reach the Indian parliament winning their respective seats.
Vignesh. S. G
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