Wed. Feb 28th, 2024

Video Interview with National President and Party Leader of NNPI, Mr. Shubham Yadav

Media Reporter: First of all, thank you very much. After several requests, we are finally able to speak with you today. Thank you for taking the time.

Shubham Yadav: Thank you so much.

Media Reporter: Before we begin, we would like to inform our viewers that we have Mr. Shubham Yadav with us today, who is the National President of the Nationalist Party of India (NNPI). His political journey has been marked by challenges, and he is a fearless youth leader and a candidate in parliamentary elections. Okay, sir, let’s start with the questions.

Shubham Yadav: Okay.

Media Reporter: The first question is, you are not in India; you are in England. What are you doing here? With the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, you should be in India.

Shubham Yadav: Firstly, I am not contesting in the Lok Sabha elections. However, candidates from my party will, and I will support a qualified candidate for my seat. As for being in England, I prefer not to publicly expose my movements during the election time due to certain reasons.

Media Reporter: But you’ve made this decision suddenly, causing surprise to everyone. Who will be the MP election candidate?

Shubham Yadav: It has not been decided yet. Once the Election Commission announces the MP election date, we will finalize the candidate.

Media Reporter: Still, in your constituency, people only consider Shubham Yadav as their leader and do not want to see anyone else.

Shubham Yadav: I understand, and I am grateful for the love and support. Even if I am not a Lok Sabha candidate, I will stay connected with you all, and our conversations will continue.

Media Reporter: Can you share more details about what you are doing in the UK, and when do you plan to return, especially with the approaching Lok Sabha elections?

Shubham Yadav: I am completing some pending studies at my university. I will inform you about any plans once there is more information.

Media Reporter: As a party leader, it is crucial for you to be in India during the election time. How do you plan to manage the party without your presence, as people want to see you?

Shubham Yadav: I will make an effort, and currently, I cannot say more.

Media Reporter: You have been invited to TV debates and live interviews by various news channels, but you have not attended. Any specific reason?

Shubham Yadav: I apologize for not being able to attend due to being busy at that time. However, today, I am here for a live conversation with you.

Media Reporter: There are reports that a supporter from your grandparents’ constituency has taken an oath not to eat until you become the Prime Minister.

Shubham Yadav: I wasn’t aware of this, but my grandparents were well-known in the Kannauj constituency. They helped many people, and the locals still support me. Most of my supporters are from that area.

Media Reporter: You have both strong supporters and strong opponents. How do you plan to handle the opposition?

Shubham Yadav: In democracy, one must be prepared for both positive and negative responses. You encounter people with different mindsets in politics, and that’s part of the game.

Media Reporter: You entered politics at a young age, formed your own party, and gained popularity quickly. How did you manage such significant achievements?

Shubham Yadav: My late grandparents, especially my grandmother, have been a significant inspiration. Growing up in a political environment at home, it became a natural choice for me.

Media Reporter: I remember when you formed your own party, you faced strong opposition, even corporeal assault. How do you reflect on those challenging times?

Shubham Yadav: Those were unexpected challenges, and I never thought some people would oppose me in such ways. Politics has changed from the time of independence, and today’s politicians have different ideologies.

Media Reporter: How do you plan to face your opponents, especially given the strong opposition you have faced before?

Shubham Yadav: In a democracy, one person alone cannot achieve much. The support of administrative officials and prominent politicians is crucial. It’s a matter of negotiation and assurance. I will need the government’s support.

Media Reporter: People see you as a potential Member of Parliament. What is your response to the public’s expectations?

Shubham Yadav: I appreciate the love and support from my constituency. For now, the decision is in God’s hands.

Media Reporter: It seems like a courageous person disappears from active politics. Can you clarify your current status?

Shubham Yadav: I am not disappearing; I am currently out of the country due to study reasons. Rest assured, my party members are actively working.

Media Reporter: You are not very active on social media. Why is that?

Shubham Yadav: My previous Facebook page was hacked, and my Twitter accounts were suspended multiple times. It became frustrating, so I decided to take a step back from social media.

Media Reporter: Do you have any final message for the public through this news?

Shubham Yadav: I appreciate your support, and I am always with you in spirit, no matter where I am. Thanks for your love and support for my political party.

Media Reporter: Thank you for this interview. We are grateful to talk to someone as courageous as you.

Shubham Yadav: Thank you so much. Have a nice day.

Media Reporter: You’re welcome, sir. Have a good day.Video Interview with National President and Party Leader of NNPI, Mr. Shubham Yadav Media Reporter: First of all, thank you very much. After several requests, we are finally able to speak with you today. Thank you for taking the time. Shubham Yadav: Thank you so much. Media Reporter: Before we begin, we would like to inform our viewers that we have Mr. Shubham Yadav with us today, who is the National President of the Nationalist Party of India (NNPI). His political journey has been marked by challenges, and he is a fearless youth leader and a candidate in parliamentary elections. Okay, sir, let’s start with the questions. Shubham Yadav: Okay. Media Reporter: The first question is, you are not in India; you are in England. What are you doing here? With the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, you should be in India. Shubham Yadav: Firstly, I am not contesting in the Lok Sabha elections. However, candidates from my party will, and I will support a qualified candidate for my seat. As for being in England, I prefer not to publicly expose my movements during the election time due to certain reasons. Media Reporter: But you’ve made this decision suddenly, causing surprise to everyone. Who will be the MP election candidate? Shubham Yadav: It has not been decided yet. Once the Election Commission announces the MP election date, we will finalize the candidate. Media Reporter: Still, in your constituency, people only consider Shubham Yadav as their leader and do not want to see anyone else. Shubham Yadav: I understand, and I am grateful for the love and support. Even if I am not a Lok Sabha candidate, I will stay connected with you all, and our conversations will continue. Media Reporter: Can you share more details about what you are doing in the UK, and when do you plan to return, especially with the approaching Lok Sabha elections? Shubham Yadav: I am completing some pending studies at my university. I will inform you about any plans once there is more information. Media Reporter: As a party leader, it is crucial for you to be in India during the election time. How do you plan to manage the party without your presence, as people want to see you? Shubham Yadav: I will make an effort, and currently, I cannot say more. Media Reporter: You have been invited to TV debates and live interviews by various news channels, but you have not attended. Any specific reason? Shubham Yadav: I apologize for not being able to attend due to being busy at that time. However, today, I am here for a live conversation with you. Media Reporter: There are reports that a supporter from your grandparents’ constituency has taken an oath not to eat until you become the Prime Minister. Shubham Yadav: I wasn’t aware of this, but my grandparents were well-known in the Kannauj constituency. They helped many people, and the locals still support me. Most of my supporters are from that area. Media Reporter: You have both strong supporters and strong opponents. How do you plan to handle the opposition? Shubham Yadav: In democracy, one must be prepared for both positive and negative responses. You encounter people with different mindsets in politics, and that’s part of the game. Media Reporter: You entered politics at a young age, formed your own party, and gained popularity quickly. How did you manage such significant achievements? Shubham Yadav: My late grandparents, especially my grandmother, have been a significant inspiration. Growing up in a political environment at home, it became a natural choice for me. Media Reporter: I remember when you formed your own party, you faced strong opposition, even corporeal assault. How do you reflect on those challenging times? Shubham Yadav: Those were unexpected challenges, and I never thought some people would oppose me in such ways. Politics has changed from the time of independence, and today’s politicians have different ideologies. Media Reporter: How do you plan to face your opponents, especially given the strong opposition you have faced before? Shubham Yadav: In a democracy, one person alone cannot achieve much. The support of administrative officials and prominent politicians is crucial. It’s a matter of negotiation and assurance. I will need the government’s support. Media Reporter: People see you as a potential Member of Parliament. What is your response to the public’s expectations? Shubham Yadav: I appreciate the love and support from my constituency. For now, the decision is in God’s hands. Media Reporter: It seems like a courageous person disappears from active politics. Can you clarify your current status? Shubham Yadav: I am not disappearing; I am currently out of the country due to study reasons. Rest assured, my party members are actively working. Media Reporter: You are not very active on social media. Why is that? Shubham Yadav: My previous Facebook page was hacked, and my Twitter accounts were suspended multiple times. It became frustrating, so I decided to take a step back from social media. Media Reporter: Do you have any final message for the public through this news? Shubham Yadav: I appreciate your support, and I am always with you in spirit, no matter where I am. Thanks for your love and support for my political party. Media Reporter: Thank you for this interview. We are grateful to talk to someone as courageous as you. Shubham Yadav: Thank you so much. Have a nice day. Media Reporter: You’re welcome, sir. Have a good day.

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