Journey From Doctor To A Renowned Politician Of Jharkhand: Dr. Irfan Ansari

Irfan Ansari is a well known name in jharkhand politics for his dedication towards weaker sections of the society. He is currently MLA from jamtara constituency as well as working president of JPCC.
Dr. Irfan is a doctor by profession, he had completed his high school from carmel school and later moved to ranchi for his 10+2 studies as well as for his medical preparation. After that he moved to Ukraine for his MBBS and MD studies.
After completing his course he came back to India and worked in several renowned medical institutes like RIIMS Ranchi and many more.

During the talk he told that his father was a well known face in jharkhand politics and since he was interested in serving people so he joined politics under the guidance of his father who was MLA from jamtara for around 30 years.

During the show he told he won his first election because of his father’s support who was very famous among the people for his good social works. But since he knew this will not work very long so he started living among the people, started hearing problems of people and helping them to solve their problems.

During the show he told, he came into politics for changing the life of the people by providing them amenities which are essential for them but since after getting into it he saw the different system working which was totally against his thoughts. He told he is working 24*7 to provide all the amenities like oxygen cylinder, food, medicine to the people of his constituency although his family members are telling to stop due to covid factor but still he is taking risk for the welfare of the people. Dr. Irfan said he is giving consultation to around 400 patients daily. He is helping the people of his Constituency by providing free consultation as well as free medicines.

At last he told that youth should come in the politics then only there will be change in the system. This is only possible when the mindset of people become such to vote for the youth. We have to find out such youth who is educated and having potential to lead from front, We must support and motivate them to join politics. Then only the issues of youth and students will be raised in vidhansabha and in Indian parliament.