Recently, Youngest BJYM National Vice-President Adv. Madhukeshwar Desai listed and awarded as Top 50 influential young Indians By GQ magazine.
The journey has started long ago, as he carry strong business and political background. He is great-grandson of former Prime-Minister Morarji Desai and Grand-son of late Padma Kirloskar ( Kirloskar Group Pune).
On his very first assignment as National Vice President of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, the BJP’s youth wing, Desai narrowly escaped injury at a Narendra Modi rally in Bihar in 2013. But not before the youngest VP in BJP history managed to help pull in a record 5 lac youth to the Patna (Bihar) grounds.
He was core team member who organized the Global Citizen Festival in 2016 and raising investment commitments of close to ₹40,500 Cr towards the UN’s Sustainable development goals. He’s working to create a think-tank for young people to engage with the government and policy-makers, called Mumbai Youth Forum. He’s also the founding CEO of the Mumbai Centre For International Arbitration (MCIA) 2nd in Asia and 1st in India, which is becoming the standard arbitral administration institution for most multi-billion-dollar companies based out of India.
At very young age of 29, chairperson for UNYCC India & Bhutan, only and 1st Indian leader to get invited & participate in IYDU program held in Germany. He is one of the most appreciated speaker at Ted talk.
Source: PRAFFUL SARDA
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