Harsh Sanghavi

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Template:Use Indian English Template:Infobox Indian politician

Harsh Sanghavi (Born 8 January 1985) is a politician from the Indian state of Gujarat.

Early life

As a youth, he was active in student elections and became a social activist.[1]


He began working in tribal areas on sicklecell disease. He then worked in a civic hospital. He was appointed as the youngest general secretary of state for the BJP. He was elected as the youngest Member of the Legislative Assembly from Surat City (Majura). He won Majura Seat by record breaking margin and was 4th highest winner of Gujarat Assembly. In 2013 Harsh was reappointed as youth BJP state Vice President. He was appointed as National General Secretary of the National BJYM.

Social Work

Harsh Sanghavi on 28 June 2015 with 400 volunteers associated with the movement gathered at Navdi Ovara on bank of river Tapi in Nanpura for cleaning it. The young volunteers who came with banners and brooms, stepped into thick muck on river bank to remove plastic and waste. Wearing T-shirts with message of 'Clean Tapi - Clean India', the participants carried out the cleaning work with a city-based rock band 'Antrikh' playing live music.[2]


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