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Social Activist Bajrangi Prasad Yadav becomes a torch bearer for farmers

Agriculture and its related industries are India’s most important source of income and a particularly difficult vocation. Farmers have had to come up with innovative solutions to various ecological problems for millennia. As a result, they have evolved into extremely adaptive individuals over time. At the same time, many modern farmers are nonetheless confronted with the same age-old challenges. Furthermore, new issues have emerged in recent years due to climatic and global economic shifts. Indeed, farming communities may be experiencing some of their most difficult problems ever. To help them tackle these challenges, social workers and philanthropist’s like Bajrangi Prasad Yadav are working as a knight of shining armour.

This generous veteran is the national secretary of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Kisan Morcha and in charge of Chattishgarh state. He is from Jharkhand’s Sahibganj District and has been involved in social work before entering politics and philanthropy. He also served as the Akhil Bharatiya Vidhyarthi Parishad (ABVP) president from 1987 to 1990. He had a dream from the very beginning of helping the poorest members of society who had the potential to make it big in the future. Mr. Yadav is someone who not only makes promises but keeps them and makes his words come true.

Bajrangi Prasad Yadav planted around 12 thousand trees across the district, taking inspiration from the ‘Namami Gange Project’ and combating deforestation. He has painstakingly worked towards making the environment pollution-free with over 12 years of experience in environmental balance. He has also raised public awareness of air pollution, its hazardous effects, and how to avoid it. The state of Jharkhand recognized his efforts to improve the environment, and he received an award for it.

Being well versed with the fact that there has never been a time in recorded history when farmers didn’t have anything on their minds. Talking about the same, he stated, “Sure, there have been good and bad periods in the past, just as there are now. Even when the crops and animals were in good health, flooding, drought, sickness, or conflict were always possible. Those recurrent risks are, of course, still there for farmers today. But, in many ways, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. For one reason, modern farmers are confronted with environmental and economic concerns. Furthermore, we are in the midst of an extraordinary public health crisis affecting practically every aspect of our society. Hence, it is important to pay special emphasis of the agricultural sector of the country.”

Under the umbrella of ‘Arjun Herbal Medical Education & Research Foundation’, for the past 20 years, Mr. Bajrangi has provided individuals with shelter, food, medication, and other necessities during natural disasters such as earthquakes and floods. He also feels that women’s empowerment is critical to society’s progress. As a result, he constantly urges women to study and become self-sufficient. Mass wedding ceremonies for disadvantaged females from economically deprived societies are held under the same flag.

Without any hesitation, to come forward and helped others when the world was struck by the deadly Coronavirus and the entire nation was put on lockdown. Bajrangi Prasad Yadav has made good on his promises, and he hopes to make this society a better place to live in the future. Under the ‘Modi Aahar’ initiative, he supplied food to 21 thousand families and gave Rs.500 to each family under the ‘Modi Dakshina’ program. Rice, lentils, cooking oil, and spices were among the 15 kg of food grains distributed to each family. During the pandemic, many people lost their jobs and had little money to buy necessities, but Bajrangi Prasad Yadavmade sure that no one went to bed hungry. Bajrangi also urges others to participate in social service because he believes that our country will prosper when we all work together.

 

 

 

 

 

By TIS Staffer
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