By OUR STAFF REPORTER
Dehradun, 5 Aug: As part of the Young Politicians’ Programme under the aegis of the Konrad Adenauer School of Young Politicians (KASYP), Neha Joshi, BJP youth leader and National Media co-in charge of the BJYM, will engage in a discussion and deliver a lecture on Local Self Government and Development. Having represented India in a similar workshop held earlier this year in the Philippines, Neha has been invited to be a part of the training and workshop being held in Penang, Malaysia, from 4 to 11 August. During the 4 day workshop, Neha will present the model of Panchayati Raj in India as a regulatory model focusing on how the system not only ensures active participation of the locals but also gives vulnerable sections, Dalits, Tribals, OBCs and Women opportunity to lead regimes and be part of the legislative process. Young politicians from all across Asia will be present during this workshop, representing their respective nations. Neha started her career in politics from Uttarakhand. Owing to her oratory and leadership abilities, she was also made spokesperson for the National BJP and represents the party on TV channels. It is no mean feat for a woman from Uttarakhand to achieve this at a young age. Neha attributes this success to her Uttarakhandi roots, values provided by her parents, and the organisational structure of BJP that promotes and nurtures talent. Lately, Neha has been seen actively engaged in leading the membership drive of BJP in Uttarakhand and other states.