Mansi Sehgal has become a part of Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal’s party. Mansi Sehgal has won the title of Miss India Delhi in 2019. Now it has stepped into the world of politics. It will start politics by being a part of the Aam Aadmi Party. You will see many young faces in the Aam Aadmi Party. It is also one of them. Mansi is a young entrepreneur along with being a Mid India. Apart from this, the Aam Aadmi Party has more chances of benefiting in the elections of Municipal Corporation of Delhi in the coming year. Rather, he is also a young entrepreneur. In such a situation, joining the party will prove beneficial for both him and the party.
Mansi Sehgal is young entrepreneur
Miss India Mansi Sehgal is a trained engineer, TEDx speaker and young entrepreneur who has started her own business. Mansi Sehgal is a resident of Delhi. His schooling is from Delhi Public School Dwarka. While there, he received his higher education from Netaji Subhash Institute of Technology Delhi.
Inspired by the honest rule of CM
To join the Aam Aadmi Party, he said that he got to know the party fully before joining politics. He said that I am very inspired by the honest rule of CM Arvind Kejriwal, due to which I decided to join this party. Health and education are two important pillars for the prosperity of the nation. Kejriwal has done very well on both of them during his tenure. Such a term will make the party very strong.
I always wanted to do something good for the society and through this party I can do something for the society. I have done a very good job by taking this decision.
Mansi appealed to the youth
After Mansi Sehgal came to the party, Raghav Chadha congratulated him and said that CM Kejriwal has been instilling confidence in the youth to join politics and to lead people to serve the country. Chadha said that with the new faces joining the party, our family is growing day by day. Your family welcomes you.
Mansi appealed to the youth and women to come forward in politics by becoming the voice of the country. The changes that people want to bring in society, why not openly make them change.