Rammohan Naidu Kinjarapu is the 2-time MP of Srikakulam who entered politics to build on the legacy of his illustrious father, the late Yerrannaidu Garu. He is the National General Secretary of Telugu Desam Party. He's known for his outspoken views and protests in the interests of Andhra Pradesh both inside and outside the Parliament. At 32, he's a youth icon who's spearheading the need for fundamental political changes to take place in our democracy and society.
Lavu Krishna Devarayalu is the first-time YSR Congress MP of Narasaraopet. Having finished his studies abroad, he represents the new wave of individuals coming back home with the passion to serve the state and country. He also serves as the Vice Chairman of Vignan University. His interventions in the Parliament and his working in the education sector ensures that he can reflect the aspirations of youth for the nation to take notice effectively.
Sekhar Puli is the Chairman of Central Committee for Party Affairs, Jana Sena. A highly successful NRI, his Asha Jyothi organization has been helping thousands of students every year. As a model entrepreneur and philanthropist, his life story has been an inspiration for many who aspire to change society through progressive politics.
Naga Sravan Kilaru is the National Youth Awardee for 2018. An advocate for youth empowerment and leadership in politics, he's best known for spearheading the Yuva Galam movement between September to December 2018. As part of this, he cycled 1800 kms from Srikakulam to Guntur, speaking at hundreds of colleges and interacting with thousands of students. His message was simple - take part in politics, your voice matters, realizing your aspirations is what will make India truly democratic. Sravan Joined Telugu Desam Party in 2019 August and currently coordinating the party social media.
Sandeep Panchakarla is the Bhimili constituency incharge of Jana Sena Party and the AP State Convenor of Bhagat Singh Students Union, the student wing of Jana Sena. With a doctorate in management studies from GITAM University, he represents the new wave of young and dynamic individuals who wish to lead the struggle for political and social changes. At 29, he was one of the youngest candidates during the 2019 AP Assembly elections.
V Vamsi Viraj is an Economics graduate from IIT Madras. He has previously worked as a research assistant on studying Rayalaseema factionism, and as a research associate for the Member of Parliament of Srikakulam, working at the grassroots on constituency development issues.
Sarigama Yerra is currently pursuing her fifth year of her 5 year dual degree, BTech in Computer Science and Ms with research in Humanities. She is a research student at the cognitive science lab, Kohli Research Center.