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Two Pali youths have been awarded the Bharat Gaurav Award in the UK Parliament House of Commons. The coincidence is that both are from the Sooz subdivision. For the third consecutive year, Ranjeet Singh Rathore, who became President of London's Brunel University, originally belonged to Dhoomdala village of Sojot. His father Dilip Singh Rathore is a mining businessman. At the same time, young entrepreneurs Rakesh Dave, who is delivering organic products in more than 24 countries of the world, is from Sajajat. Rakesh is the son of former minister Laxminarayana Dave. The award was given to both the youth at a ceremony held at the House of Commons on Friday. It is worth mentioning that every year on April 13, the organization of Overseas Indians in London, Indian World Social Organization, UK conducts this respect function. It is honored by the Indians who have given excellent services in the field of social and science.

Ranjit's father, Dilip Singh Rathore, told that he received this award at a function organized at the House of Commons on Friday. Ranjit Brunel University has been elected to the third consecutive term. Ranjit dedicated this glorification to the youth class and said that this is the honor of all the youth of India. Ranjit has been elected as the student student chief (International Student Chair) for the third consecutive time by getting 80 percent of the votes. Nearly 18,000 students from 150 countries studied in this University of London. For the third consecutive year, when Ranjit Singh Rathore became the President, the England government has also announced to give scholarship.

Here, Rakesh Dave, young entrepreneur from Sojet, has also been awarded the Bharat Gaurav Award. Senior BJP leader of Rakesh's father and former State Forest and Environment Minister Laxminarayana Dave told Bhaskar that he got this honor to cultivate organic products and to bring them around the world. Rakesh is the second number among the three siblings. They are reaching out to more than 24 countries in the world with their younger brother Jitesh Dave. His company prepares Ayurveda based Sattva. The District residents have expressed happiness when both youths get the prestigious Bharat Gaurav Award.

Bharat Gaurav Award for student leader Ranjit Singh and young entrepreneur Rakesh Dave

Pali's youth got recognition in British Parliament


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