One of India’s newest leaders, Aaditya Thackeray, is undoubtedly a charismatic individual. Although we are all familiar with him as a politician and have heard him speak, there is still so much more to learn about him. Exactly that is the topic of our Sunday Brunch edition. Aaditya Thackeray joined us on this Sunday Brunch episode and spoke with our Editor-in-Chief Kamiya Jani. We learned a lot about him through talking about his passion for cuisine, his love of Bombay, politics, his family, and other topics.
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Aaditya Thackeray Talks About The Youth In Politics
Mostly, people join politics when they have fulfilled some of their personal goals, they have lived that corporate dream. However, that was not the case with Aaditya Thackeray. With his family background, he has been involved in politics since a very young age When he was asked about being a young politician and whether or not he feels people fail to take him seriously, he expressed that there are both pros and cons in this scenario.
There are a lot of people who appreciate the presence of a young mind bringing fresh ideas to the table. He also feels that his mindset resonated with a large part of our country, given the demographic we have.
He also mentioned that today, the number of young leaders in politics is rising. A number of people in his age group are getting opportunities and that really excites him.
He Explained The Scenario Of Indian Politics
While discussing the current state of politics in the country and the role of youth in it, he said that he believes Josh and Hosh need to make way together to keep the balance. While the youth brings their enthusiasm, the older generation brings their experience.
Aaditya Thackeray also shared the change he has noticed in the youth regarding politics. Earlier, the young generation was not as bold to ask difficult questions to the leaders. However, now they have learnt to use their voice and address their concerns themselves.
To know more about his role in politics, watch the video!
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