Youth is the most important part of our country, and even if the future of the country rests on their shoulders, they are the future leaders. Every youth definitely looks to someone or the other as their inspiration. Mahendra Pratap Singh is the youth leader of the popular Rajput community who inspires such youth.
Mahendra Pratap Singh started his political career as a conscientious worker of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, then according to the time, he got success and was appointed to the main post of District Convener. At present, in the social organization Rashtriya Gau Raksha Vahini Gau Seva Sangh, the national in-charge youth wing, state in-charge Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha are working as district secretary in South Delhi.
Mahendra Pratap Singh was born on 27 December 1993 in Dev Bhawan Raniya, Kanpur Dehat, Uttar Pradesh. Mahendra Pratap Singh is very popular among the youth for his work. His dedication and love towards the youth make him popular among the youth. He himself always puts himself forward to help the youth and the needy. Because of which a lot of youth have joined them today.
The whole country is currently battling the epidemic of Covid-19, at such a time, Mahendra Pratap Singh always came forward to help the people, whether it was for blood donation, arranging oxygen cylinders, or providing ICU beds. Have helped people by making possible efforts.
Mahendra Pratap Singh’s goal is always to help needy people and to bring change in the country by motivating the youth. He says that service to man is service to God. Everyone is equal to me. I do my best to help those who need help. His dedication towards youth and his love for people is leading him to become the best leader.
Mahendra Pratap Singh has also received many national honors. He was awarded Jila Gaurav Samman in 2018, for his work on the social scene by the Indian Buddhist Association in 2019. Awarded Atal Smriti Samman in 2020 in which the Honorable Home Minister of the country Amit Shah was available through video conferencing.