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A child studying at the Saraswati Shishu temple in Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh, had a dream many years ago. Being a dream pilot Dream to talk to the winds Dream of flying over thousands of feet from the ground. But one day his dream changed.

First he had himself in the center of his dream. But the dream that he saw now was very broad. The incident happened so much that one day while coming from school, he saw many people freezing in the frost without clothes. When he talked to someone about this, he came to know that those who were frustrated with the frost did not even get enough food. That child is upset and He felt that something should be done for them. But what should we do, that 14 year old child did not know. But this thing continued in the mind of the child and the dream of becoming a pilot was left behind. After some years, the child came to Lucknow for further studies. By now she had grown a little bigger.

Meanwhile, the father of that child Rajnath Singh became the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. One day, in a matter of things, a big leader of the government asked him what he should do to the government. The child responds like he has been looking for opportunities for years. He said that while the people sitting in government should make every decision, it must be considered that when he walked on the road like ordinary people, he would have wanted to do what he was feeling in the frost and hungry people.

The thing was too big, even though the child's age was low. This child is further known in the name of Pankaj Singh as active people in Uttar Pradesh politics. Born on December 12, 1978 at Daltonganj in Palamu district of Jharkhand, Pankaj came to Delhi to study college after school. Here's the MBA study.

Pankaj Singh's mother Savitri Singh is of Daltonganj only. When his father Rajnath Singh was contesting from Heidargarh, then Pankaj Singh became familiar with the politics of land at the time. He used the tricks he had learned while doing an MBA in the elections he used in this election. But till then he had no wish to come to politics. Despite this, he was active in social work. Many people around them started advising him that he should come to politics.

After being active in society and meeting different types of people and listening to their problems, Pankaj started to feel that politics is a medium through which he can do a lot for those people for whom he has nothing at that time Were able to do as they were children and were studying in school.

After this he became active in the Bharatiya Janata Party. The party started going in the organized protest organized by the party. In 2004, he was made a member of BJP Yuva Morcha's state executive. In 2007, he was made a member of the state BJP executive. This year, he was also announced for his candidature from assembly constituency, Chiraygaon seat, Varanasi; But Pankaj's father Rajnath Singh himself advised him to work in the party for some years and should go to electoral politics after this. So Pankaj Singh did not contest that election. Meanwhile, in 2010, he was made secretary of Uttar Pradesh BJP.

Later, he became the General Secretary of the state BJP. This is his second tenure as the General Secretary of the state. During this, Pankaj Singh was very active and socially active. When Pankaj Singh, who was interested in village and farming, had the opportunity to join the BJP's village Chalo campaign, it was like Manmangi Murad. He visited more than 100 villages under this campaign.

Understand the problems of village and farming from the people there and go and find out. After this, he studied many books and reports on this subject. The urgency of continuous work on these issues has led them to the Greater Noida Bhatta-Parasol village, adjacent to Delhi. Where the land was being forcibly taken by the state government for farmers' land. Wherever the farmers carried out the agitation for the legitimate price of their product, Pankaj Singh went there with them. Talking about the rights of farmers and common people, Pankaj Singh has been arrested by the police more than a dozen times till now, but he is still committed to working on these issues.

Pankaj Singh has done a lot of work among the youth too. By visiting different parts of Uttar Pradesh, he has called the youth together to become the bearer of change.

Pankaj Singh, who is very impressed with Swami Vivekananda, and his reader to get inspiration, often believes that if the youth of any country and the farmers start moving together and move on, and then it does not look too late to change the fate of that country.

Currently, Pankaj Singh is serving country as MLA of Noida, Uttar Pradesh. His every endeavour is aimed at ‘Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas’ in his constituency.