Youngest CM in india

India
March 10, 2012 12:00am CST
Ahilesh going to sworn as a chief minister of uttar pradesh. he is going to be the youngest chief minister of india. it is the proudest moment for all youngsters in india. He going to be the chief minister for largest state in india. Hope this thing will make more youngsters to join in politics!!!
5 responses
@venkit (2957)
• India
16 Mar 12
Ya he is simply rocking. Not only he is youngest, he is educated also. He is an engineer and have post graduation in environmental science. His party have been facing the allegation as gunda party, but this young leader has changed the face of their party and made the success in the election overcoming another young leader Rahul Gandhi. More youngsters should come up like this then only India can become a developed nation.
• India
23 Mar 12
Youngsters will come to politics only if they are son of politicians anyway they are coming to politics atleast this way
@DoctorDidi (7030)
• India
23 Sep 12
Yes, Ahilesh Singh is the youngest chief minister of any state in India. This has been possible as he is the son of a veteran politician, Mulayam Singh Jadav. We are definitely in need of some active chief ministers who if young can serve the state in a better way but at the same time he must be experienced enough to run the state smoothly and it is practically so for a state like Uttar Pradesh where law and order situation is always a matter of concern in addition to poverty. Ahilesh Singh himself being young in age should be active in all senses and being the son of Mulayam Singh Jadav who is not only a veteran politician but a former chief minister of Uttar Pradesh would be guided by his father in case of any political or administrative crisis. So I hope and also pray to God that he can prove himself as a successful chief minister of Uttar Pradesh.
@DoctorDidi (7030)
• India
24 Mar 12
Though Ahilesh Singh Jadav is the youngest chief minister of India, mind it that he is the son of one of the biggest political leaders of the country. So as a chief minister, he would always enjoy the great experience and advice of his father, I am sure of it. But I am not sure whether it would encourage youngsters to join politics because politics in India has reached such a dirty level that no one is interested in it, rather, they would go for building their own career.
@harini23 (84)
• India
10 Mar 12
there will be lot of advantages if we have younger CM.But in the same case, we have disadvantages also.If we talk about advantages, his thinking and actions will be fast if he is younger.But in the case of taking right decisions he should have more patience.He should give respect to others opinions also.
@lampar (7597)
• United States
10 Mar 12
Youngster becoming the chief minister of uttar pradesh, it sound scary if that is the case, unless he is a seasoned elected politician with many years of hand on experiences in government; If not, thing can turn ugly in the year down the road.