Y U U V A
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Y U U V A, which is short for: Youth Unstoppable United in Visionary Action, is one of India's largest and the most successful political parties, currently one of the three active political parties in India. It was created in February 2011 as YUUVA India, becoming the second political party created after India's freedom.
YUUVA India was formed on 19th February 2011 by Sharry as a Center-Left and Libertarian party.
He had formed a group called YUVA (Youth United in Visionary Action) to develop a new India. That time politics of India was almost dead. So with the help of David Forde, at the time President of India, Sharry converted his group into a political party. However, he added an extra 'U' in 'YUVA' which means 'Unstoppable' and hence the party is known as 'YUUVA'.
As soon as YUUVA entered Indian politics, it has given voices to many newbies and will continue to do so.
'YUUVA HOUSIEE' and 'YUUVA - for a better cause' has made it famous throughout India. Members of YUUVA worked for 0 salaries and sent all of the profits to newbies.
In January 2019 it was discovered that the party's orientation was Center, Totalitarian. However, in August 2020, it returned back to its roots, switching ideology again to a Libertarian party.
YUUVA India has changed the dead Indian politics into a dynamic one.
YUUVA India represents the YOUTH.
YUUVA India has given voices to many young Indians and has done things which no political party in India has done.
YUUVA India has views of a two-party system. Members of Yuuva believe that a two-party system is healthy for a countries politics and believe strongly in it.
|Feb 15, 2011||Sharry||20 (50%)|
|Mar 15, 2011||Sharry||40 (44.94%)|
|Apr 15, 2011||Anant Singhal||19 (54.29%)|
|May 15, 2011||master shree likith1||19 (61%)|
|Jun 15, 2011||Abhinay Gupta||32 (47.76%)|
|Jul 15, 2011||christo123456||18 (38.80%)|
|Aug 15, 2011||Hamturk||8 (47.06%)|
|Sep 15, 2011||Hamturk||14 (34.15%)|
|Oct 15, 2011||Hamturk||10 (23.81%)|
|Nov 15, 2011||Sharry||21 (41.81%)|
|Dec 15, 2011||Sir Valaro Volcrum||19 (43.18%)|
|Jan 15, 2012||Abhinay Gupta||16 (47.06%)|
|Feb 15, 2012||Abhinay Gupta||25 (56.82%)|
|Mar 15, 2012||Abhinay Gupta||26 (61.90%)|
|Apr 15, 2012||SayantanK||19 (38%)|
|May 15, 2012||Abhinay Gupta||21 (61.76%)|
|Jun 15, 2012||Hamturk||9 (25%)|
|Jul 15, 2012||xordin||25 (64.10%)|
|Aug 15, 2012||sumit399||15 (55.56%)|
|Sep 15, 2012||18 (56.25%)|
|Oct 15, 2012||16 (47.06 %)|
|Nov 15, 2012||23 (51.11 %)|
|Dec 15, 2012||24 (66.67 %)|
Candidates for Country President
|Mar 5, 2011||Prabal||61 (36.09%)|
|Apr 5, 2011||Anant Singhal||41 (25.62%)|
|May 5, 2011||Anant Singhal||83 (46.63%)|
|Jun 5, 2011||Anant Singhal||93 (66.91%)|
|Jul 5, 2011||Sharry||111 (62.36%)|
|Aug 5, 2011||christo123456||19 (15.32%)|
|Oct 5, 2011||Prabal||95 (100%)|
|Nov 5, 2011||Hamturk||39 (27.08%)|
|Dec 5, 2011||Sharry||100 (45.25%)|
|Mar 5, 2012||Shakti Rocks||112 (56.25%)|