Former Miss India Mansi Sehgal Joins Aam Aadmi Party

Prior to Miss India Delhi Mansi Sehgal enlisted in the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). In the existence of party leader Raghav Chadha, the Delhi founded party asserted in a statement released today.

Ms Sehgal, Miss India Delhi 2019, said that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s “honest governance” encouraged her to enroll in the party.

However, Mr Chadha added “I am pleased that the Aam Aadmi Party and Arvind Kejriwal instill enthusiasm in young people to enlist politics. And assist the people, and the AAP family is accumulating leaps. And edges with each passing day, I welcome Mansi into the AAP family,”

During her beginning at FBB Colors Femina Miss India Delhi 2019 audition, Sehgal had announced that she strived to become a philanthropist. And also operates a startup, moreover, Mansi Sehgal researched at Delhi Public School, Dwarka. And then achieved a B.Tech degree from Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology.

Miss India.Mansi Sehgal

Through clean politics, we can bring about a substantial change in the world that we live in,” Sehgal strengthened.

According to Sehgal, health and education are the two main pillars for a nation to prosper. And “there has been a tremendous change in these fields in the last few years under the leadership of Kejriwal”.

Sehgal also named on women and the youth of the country to put up with ingredients in politics. “I would urge our youth and extremely our women to come and join us. And bring about the change that we all wish to see,” Sehgal announced at her induction.

She describes herself as a TedX Speaker, an engineer, and an entrepreneur in her Instagram.

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Ms Sehgal quoted by PTI that  “Motivated by the credible administration of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and hardworking of MLA Raghav Chadha. I decided to enroll in the Aam Aadmi Party. And I understand that through clean politics we can bring about a considerable modification in the nation that we live in,”

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