Tajinder Singh Tiwana is an Indian politician who was born on September 1, 1985. He is the President of the Mumbai branch of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha. To promote Swadeshi items, he founded the Vocal For Local Initiative, a protest against Chinese products.
Tajinder has been active in social service since he was a child.
In Mumbai, he was also crucial in launching and implementing a number of successful programmes promoting communal harmony and national integration.
He entered politics with the intention of serving the people. He believes in a leadership style in which
the “Leader knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way,
” therefore he takes the initiative and maintains positive relationships with all of his team members.
On Sunday, Tajinder Singh Tiwana, the 35-year-old Mumbai division president of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, was reappointed to the position.
The BJYM’s Mumbai division has been overtly proactive over the last two months, holding multiple protests and awareness marches against Mumbai’s alleged drug problem, as well as for women’s safety and security.
On Monday, Tiwana spoke to mid-day over the phone from New Delhi about his purpose and vision,
which will be to focus on bridging the gap between people and municipal councillors.
BJYM’s newly re-elected president, Tajinder Singh Tiwana says he wants to work on mending the divide between people and local councillors.
“As corruption is spreading in the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and the other numerous problems it causes the general public which rangesfrom tree cutting to pothole-ridden roads,
we have formed a team of 24 people, one for each ward.” “They’ll work with the BMC to address the issues that residents in their region are having,” he said.
Basically, we’ll be acting as counsellors, but in our own distinctive BJYM manner. We’ll ask them (BMC) respectfully at first to rectify the issues,
but if they don’t, we’ll stage enormous rallies across Mumbai to force them to do the job,” he added.
He claimed they would “effectively use the strength of our members on social media” by making accounts for each member
and “teaching BJYM members to act, react, and interact” on social media posts, pointing out that there are presently over 2,70,000 BJYM members around the city.
Making use of social media
There are also plans to start a Telegram channel. He emphasised that addressing the city’s drug problem was a top goal for the BJYM.
“This issue is quite critical and serious. Mumbai’s educated youth should not fall into the drug mafia’s trap,” he said.
Under Tajinder Singh Tiwana BJP leadership, the BJYM’s Mumbai Students’ Cell is likely to play a bigger role. The BJYM intends to form a 10-person team at each campus in Mumbai,
which will be part of a specialised student cell whose members will “act as influencers to promote the philosophy” and bring new members to the BJYM cadre.
The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha Mumbai has started the following public welfare projects.
They’ve assigned 263 volunteers to 36 Mumbai Assemblies to ensure collaboration with the MCGM’s Health Department, local police stations, and hospitals that handle COVID-19 patients.
Food is supplied to BMC staff, police officers, stranded labourers, hospital staff, homeless people, and others via Community Kitchens set up in each of the six districts.