Bhim Army Chief Chandra Shekhar Azad and five other persons of Indian origin have also managed to make it to the list of 100 influential people from around the world released by ‘Time’ magazine. These include Twitter lawyer Vijaya Gadde and UK Finance Minister Rishi Sunak.
“2021 Time 100 Next”, released on Wednesday, is an extension of the “Time 100” series of the 100 most influential people in the world. It includes 100 emerging leaders, who are shaping the future. “Time 100” editorial director Dan McSai said that everyone on this list is ready to make history. In fact, many have already made history.
Other Indian-origin celebrities include Apoorva Mehta, founder and CIO of Instacart, and Shikha Gupta, executive director of the non-profit “Get Us PPI”, and Rohan Pavuluri of the non-profit “Apsolve”. Chandra Shekhar Azad, Chief of Bhima Army is also included in this list.
People are becoming increasingly popular among people
In the magazine, Sunak says that 40-year-old Sunak was an anonymous junior minister in the British government for more than a year, but was made Britain’s finance minister last year. He soon became the moderate face of the government’s response to the Kovid-19 epidemic and approved relief measures for those whose jobs were affected by the virus. The magazine says that according to the survey by Yuvgov, Sunak is the most popular politician in the country and he is the choice of Odysmack as the next Prime Minister of Britain.
‘Time’ says about 34-year-old Mehta that ‘Instacart’ got wild orders in the early days of the Kovid-19 epidemic as the rich grew up together to help service personnel buy rations for themselves. Number of purchases done. He was also criticized for the way ‘Instacart’ treated his workers. Mehta said in an article written in ‘Time’ that the smartphone will be a super market in the future. We are going to help co-produce it.
Vijaya Gadde is one of the most powerful officers of Twitter
‘Time’ described 46-year-old Vijaya Gadde as one of Twitter’s most powerful executives who told CEO Jack Dorsi that former President Donald Trump’s Twitter account was suspended after the January 6 attack on Capil (House of Parliament) has gone. The magazine states that Twitter still contains misinformation and harassment, while Gadde’s influence is slowly taking the company to the point that it says freedom of expression is not unlimited but one of the human rights of many whom To be seen in the context of each other.
Libertarians are active to educate and protect Dalits
The magazine mentions Bhima Army leader Chandra Shekhar Azad (34) that he runs a school to help the Dalit community get out of poverty through education and is aggressive. He goes to the villages on bikes to organize victims of caste-based violence and organize mass demonstrations against discrimination. The Azad and Bhim Army launched a campaign for justice in the alleged gang-rape case with a 19-year-old Dalit woman in Hathras, Uttar Pradesh.
‘Time’ said Gupta and his team took steps to meet the growing demand for personal protective equipment for health workers at a time when there was “leadership vacuum” from the White House.
At the same time, 25-year-old Pavuluri is the founder of a free online “tool” that helps users to fill up bankruptcy forms on their own.