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By Feroze Varun Gandhi

Meet Feroze Varun Gandhi

Shri Feroze Varun Gandhi is a second-time Member of Parliament who represented the Pilibhit constituency in 2009, and currently represents the Sultanpur constituency in Uttar Pradesh. In 2012, he was appointed the youngest ever National General Secretary of the BJP, and is a member of its National Executive. Shri Gandhi has been a prominent member of a number of Parliamentary Standing Committees including those of Defence and Foreign Policy.

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Farmer outreach
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Uttar Pradesh is in the middle of its biggest ever agrarian crisis. Over 3000 farmers have committed suicide in the last one year, a fact that goes largely unreported or under-reported…

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Housing
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A home provides the homeless with a psychological and material cushion against being completely ravaged by  poverty. Additionally, it provides them with a sense of honour…

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Tree Plantation
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Globally, forest cover is at least one-third less than what it once was and global deforestation continues at around 13 million hectares per year. Global warming is another burning issue and it is the result of excess greenhouse gases…

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The Otherness of Self
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Poetry

Feroze Varun Gandhi published his first collection of poems, ‘The Otherness of Self’, at the age of 20. His second volume of poetry, titled ‘Stillness’, was published in 2015. It broke sales records and became the bestselling non-fiction book in India, selling over 10,000 copies in the first two days of its release.

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