Vivek Yadav (activist)

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Vivek Yadav was born on 17 March 1978 in Distt Mainpuri, Uttar Pradesh in a Yadav family, India. Yadav is a social activist. In December 2012, he filed a police complaint against Union Minister Salman Khurshid's wife Louise, alleging that her supporters tried to kill them at Mainpuri in Uttar Pradesh.[1][2] He was involved in the 2011 Indian anti-corruption movement led by Anna Hazare as a volunteer. He campaigned with Arvind Kejriwal, encouraging the youth to join the agitation, which led to constitution of the Aam Aadmi Party.

In 2014, Vivek and Dinesh Mohaniya alleged that the BJP leader Sher Singh Dagar offered him Template:INR 40,000,000 to help BJP form the state government in Delhi. AAP released sting footage of the conversation between the two.[3]

Political career

Yadav was among those who were involved in creating the Aam Aadmi Party in 2012.[4][5] He was a Core Member of Team Anna.


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