Social activism is an action aimed at achieving long-term social change.
Anyone who is enthusiastic about a cause can become a social activist
by working to bring about effective and good change.
Working to correct the wrongs of unfair behaviours that impact humans is referred to as social activism.
BJYM Mumbai President and social activist Tajinder Singh Tiwana has provided health insurance worth one lakh to his Karyakartas and Padadhikaris who work tirelessly day and night.
To increase public support for the fight against the COVID-19 Virus,
the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha Mumbai has started the following public welfare projects.
They’ve assigned 263 volunteers to 36 Mumbai Assemblies to ensure collaboration
with the MCGM’s Health Department, local police stations, and hospitals that handle COVID-19 patients.
Food is supplied to BMC staff, police officers, stranded labourers, hospital staff, homeless people,
and others via Community Kitchens set up in each of the six districts. BJYM Mumbai’s social activists have also initiated a campaign to mark social distancing circles in various regions to ensure that residents and citizens maintain social separation for safety reasons.
Padadhikaris also distributed hand sanitizers and masks, as well as Modi Kits, in all 36 Mumbai assembly under the supervision of senior BJP leaders.
BJYM CARES, an initiative organised by BJYM national president Smt MP Poonam Mahajan and BJYM Mumbai, provided food, rations, and other essentials to nearly 3100 persons stranded around the city.
Former Union Minister Shri Radhamohan Singh Ji praised the fact that migrant labourers from his constituency were instantly assisted.
Sanitizing sprays and sodium hypochlorite solution were provided by BJYM Mumbai, and sanitising is still being done with them.
BJYM Mumbai has allocated corona helpline volunteers to each ward, and they have been tasked with assisting every stranded person as well as supplying necessary items including as medications, veggies, food packets, ration kits, and other necessities to those in need.
In addition, BJYM Mumbai has worked with numerous housing society committees to set up vegetable trucks in the societies’ compounds. The Karyakartas have been distributing 14,700 packages of prepared meals per day to people in need around Mumbai.
“All BJYM Padadhikaris are working on the field around the city helping the people in need during the COVID-19 pandemic,
” Tiwana stated. He also stated that BJYM Mumbai is a family, and that protecting the Karyakartas’ health is his primary responsibility,
so he has provided a Medical Healthcare Policy worth one lakh to each of the Mumbai BJYM Padadhikaris who have consistently supported the country in the fight against the deadly virus.
About Tajinder Singh Tiwana
Tajinder Singh Tiwana BJP is a social activist and the President of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha Mumbai (BJYM). He possesses a rare combination of charisma and honesty. He can appraise a situation and make decisions based on what is best for the persons involved.
From a young age, Tajinder Singh Tiwana has worked tirelessly under the leadership of Members of Parliament (MPs) and Members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs) to resolve many BMC-related issues and has been instrumental in developing programmes for Communal Harmony and National Integration, carrying on his family’s legacy of service to humanity.