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Tejaswi : Leader With A Difference

Tejaswi : Leader With A Difference
May 1, 2009

Dr. Diwakar Tejaswi who is professionally a well reputed medical practitioner in Patna has a wonderful track record. A record which may not qualify him as a maverick politician but definately a educationalist and a social worker. Under the banner of Uday Mission Party, he is contesting this Loksabha election for the first time. The Patna Saheb seat which becomes the centerstage of media attention after getting two cine stars Shutrughan Sinha and Shekhar Suman from two biggest parties BJP and Congress respectively, names like of Dr. Diwakar is obviously low profile at the first glance but a look into his bio-data is so appealing.PatnaXpress political bureau Amit Sinha who is reviewing and scanning the contestant from Patna seats has find something different in his campaign. The young and dynamic Dr. Tejaswi who is an MBBS  graduate from Patna Medical College Hospital has been working for AIDS awareness and various social cause. He has been to the dais of United Nation some year back.

He has not spending money recklessly for opening election office at every nook and corner. Instead one can find moving some cars and bikes in and around the state capital keeping the hoardings and sticker of his name. These are not ads but people voluntarilly keeping these in order to aware the youths and other citizens about the new contestant. Though the ads and banners are little the appeal is quite big. Actually he qualifies as a leader with potential to bring changes in society. Continues with his effort On thursday Mr. Diwakar roam into the streets of Patna with some of his friends and confirmed his presence on the person-to-person basis. Colonies like Rajiv Nagar, Ashiana Nagar and Bailey road. He talks about the potential of Patna as becoming a tourist spot. He also underscores the need of attention to be given on unemployment.