Balraj Dungar is state ex-convenor of Bajrang Dal and now a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party.
Balraj is from Meerut , Uttar pradesh. Balraj Dungar has been thrust into the limelight by the recent rally for the making of Ayodhya Temple, ‘Ek kavad Ram Mandir ke naam’.
Balraj is an upcoming strong politician. He had participated in many rallies and events organized by the temple authorities and for the welfare of the Hindu religion since 2000 as in the starting of his career time to till now.
Much is being made of his youth, honesty and his duty as a former convener of Bajrang Dal of UP West, Meerut.
He is young, energetic and ambitious. He has a clear plan for a future that works for him – serving the city he serves with a keen eye for detail, finding areas for improvement to make them better overall, becoming a strong and vocal advocate for those who cannot speak for themselves, and going above and beyond what’s expected of him to earn the trust of those around him. He’s not interested in what other people have to say about him; in fact, he finds it annoying.
He had put his life on the line during many Hindu religion riots at Muzzafarnagar in 2013 and many others continued till now which led him to even dragged in many civil cases and imprisonment for one month. The comments and allegations put forward by him illustrate the continuing dilemma faced by Bajrang Dal and its youth wing affiliates.
While fighting for others he gets in involved in a deep process of Social Service and wants to continue that as his profession for the rest of his life. In India, yet social work has not been accepted as a profession by the major stakeholders, particularly the government but it’s never too late. We have many knows who have come forward to accept this as a profession.
He says “I want to be involved in politics because I believe in a brighter tomorrow and the chance to make a difference. I want to be involved so that I can help people who are oppressed and struggling to make ends meet. I want to help create a better world for my children and their children. This type of involvement usually comes with risk; however, with proper preparation and knowledge-base building, it can be very beneficial in the long run.”
He has shown us what kind of positive change we can achieve if we are determined, and disciplined enough, to take action for our ideals. I sincerely hope that you will feel inspired to get involved in the democratic process as well – not just in India, but all around the globe where negative attitudes towards politics are growing year by year.