BJP MLA Asha Sinha Ji was invited as a chief guest in Don Bosco Gola Road to motivate children for the coming examination. She said that children are going to be future and it is our responsibility to make them educated and aware of their society. The inauguration of the ceremony started with candle lightening by Asha Sinha Ji. She also distributed awards to meritorious students in the school. In her speech, she also motivated students who didn’t get any prize and said that they should always follow the correct path to become successful in life.

In her direct interaction with students, she was asked about Citizenship amendment act and NRC. This awareness among citizen brought smiles to her face and explained to them about the citizenship amendment act in great detail. She also mentioned that this Act is going to give the opportunity to those people who have recently offered Indian Citizenship to take an active part in the election and lead a respectful life.

Asha Ji also said that people should not believe in hear and say on others and first understand the basis of every problem only then come to any conclusion. The motivation of students at the time of examination is essential as it keeps them in high spirit and boosts confidence. We should not get dishearted if we get bad results in exam but try to analyze what went wrong. She appreciated the cultural program that was organized by small kids and children of Don Bosco High school Gola Road.

In her interaction with media people, she gave warm wishes to all for Christmas day. BJP MLA Asha Sinha Ji taking an active part in Bihar Politics can be really helpful to BJP taking lead in Bihar Election. She also supported Citizenship amendment act, despite Bihar bandh and protest against it by opposition Party.

Her personality has an impact and when she speaks people to follow and listen. Being an eloquent speaker she is liked by all Academic schools and often come on their annual function for inauguration despite her busy schedule. She is popular not only among male but also among women as she takes an active part in the upliftment of poor women in society.

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