About The MP
Shri Tejasvi Surya is the Member of Parliament from Bengaluru South constituency, having been elected to the 17th Lok Sabha at the age of just 28. He is also the National President of the BJP’s Youth Wing, Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, since 2020.
Tejasvi Surya represents a new generation of Indian political leaders who will lead India into the 21st century.
Surya has consistently taken up the Urban Mobility Crisis in Bengaluru and has worked on getting speedy clearances for big-ticket public transport solutions for Bengaluru.
Bengaluru South Education & Social Transformation & Samsadara Shaale
BEST is an initiative that works towards enhancing the quality of education in Bengaluru South, specially for SSLC students (Class 10) by catering to their all-round development. It aims to optimize the current education system & revitalize the infrastructure of schools by providing an external support mechanism to meet minimum standards of knowledge, personality, values and social responsibility.
As an interactive platform for citizen engagement & participation, this initiative empowers citizens by providing them a platform to interact with the Member of Parliament and ask direct questions regarding the policies of the government.
Sansad Udyoga Mitra
The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the lives of many and displaced thousands of people from their employment. The Sansad Udyoga Mitra connects employers with potential employees. Be it a fancy job in an MNC or a blue collared job, the Sansad Udyoga Mitra intends to address the gaps between the job requirements and the workforce. Give a missed call on 080 6191 5858 to secure a job through Sansad Udyoga Mitra!
Youth Can Lead
A Leadership Program
This leadership programme intends to nurture potential leaders and imbibe a sense of civic responsibility in them. The programme intends to lay out the roadmap towards sustainable development & accountability in law & policy-making. Through this program, the participants obtain hands-on experience in the areas of analysis, research, field survey, policy formulation & evaluation, program management & related socio-economic dimensions through the realm of a political office of a Member of Parliament.
Mobile CSC Van
Common Service Centers (CSC) bridge the gap between the government and the citizens. CSCs are the access points for delivery of essential public utility services, social welfare schemes, healthcare, financial, education and agricultural services.
The Mobile CSC van is a unique project which provides easier access to government services within in the neighbourhood. The mobile van is stationed at the nearby school, playground or any other easily accessible area to make it more convenient for citizens in the locality avail services like Seva Sindhu, PAN Card, Ayushmaan Bharath Card, Voter ID, Caste Certificate, Income Certificate and Central Services like NPS, PMSYM and PMKMY.
Digital Media Program
This program allows the participants to gain insights into the world of mass communication. They also get a chance to work closely with the MP & become a pro in vlogging, reporting, planning & amplifying your message in neo-media platforms in just 3 months.
Art & Culture
Kala Nidhi 2021 was a special event dedicated to artists held between July 25-27, 2021. It saw top musicians of the country join hands to support the cause of performance artists who were adversely affected by the COVID-19 induced lockdown. The event was supported by Shri BS Yeddiyurappa, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Government of Karnataka, Dr. Ashwath Narayan, Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka and curated by Shri Vijay Prakash, renowned artist. Across 3 days, more than 95 artists performed live virtual concerts which were streamed on various social media platforms and the event collected more than INR 50 Lakh as donations which helped 500+ artists.
Tejasvi Surya Football Cup
Tejasvi Surya Football Cup 2020 was a football tournament organized from 25 – 27 December 2020 as one of Bengaluru’s largest 5A side football tournaments having total registrations of 580 teams and participation of 250+ teams.
In 2022, Tejasvi Surya is organising the MP Sports Utsava, featuring 8 sports and over 1 lakh participants.
Tejasvi Surya is also the National President of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM). Tejasvi Surya became the youngest National President of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) in September 2020 at 29. He is bringing a generational change in the functioning of the BJYM, the largest youth wing of any political party in the world.
A karyakarta who started at grassroots, Surya has risen through ranks by dedication and hard work. Committed to civilisational causes & Sangathan ethos, he represents New India’s aspirations.
Born in a humble middle class family in Bengaluru, Surya got associated with the Ramakrishna Mission at an early age. Swami Vivekanada's life and work cast a deep impact on his outlook and set him on the path of national service.
Tejasvi Surya, a small boy of nine years, raises money to support the families of Indian soldiers martyred during the Kargil War.
Right out of school, Surya founded youth advocacy organization, Arise India. He actively worked for education of children of migrant labourers, supported economically weak girl children, betterring infrastructure in Govt. schools and many more.
With initiatives like Green India Mission, stress on improving women representation, regular training camps and ideas for reforms in Education, Surya played an active role in strengthening Vidyarthi Parishad in Bengaluru & Karnataka.
Deeply inspired by PM Modi's vision & leadership, he worked relentlessly as grassroots karyakarta. As a part of Namo Brigade, he addressed 100+ gatherings across Karnataka spreading the message of PM Modi & the BJP.
As BJYM Karnataka General Secretary, Surya organized campaigns like "Midnight Freedom Run" to mobilize the youth of Bengaluru under leadership of Sri Pratap Simha. He helped organize mass protests like "Mangalore Chalo" against political killings of BJP workers in Karnataka.
As a lawyer, Surya fought for the rights of poor sugarcane farmers by successfully leading a legal team at the Karnataka High Court. He also represented & secured justice for many pro India voices who were unfairly targeted by the Congress State Government!
As BJP's Spokesperson and in-charge of its Digital Communications Team, Surya played a key role during Karnataka Assembly Elections. He took up many legal battles for the party and its karyakartas.
Before taking oath as an MP, Surya visited & paid respects at the National War Memorial, in reverence & gratitude to our fallen soldiers. As a fervent supporter of the Armed Forces, he continues to draw inspiration from their valour & sacrifice.
For Surya, educating young citizens has always remained close to his heart. From his Arise India days to his current project BEST (Bengaluru South Education & Social Transformation), he has kept taking strides for improving education and learning.
From leading flood relief operations to shaping tech-driven solutions to handle COVID better, Surya has always relied on the use of technology to address large scale problems.
As MP of B'luru South, Surya has raised important issues in Parliament, with special focus on youth. From National & data security to startups, From banking reforms to farmers' interests, Surya shaped discussions in bills aimed at protecting common citizens.
Responding to COVID-19, he operationalized a task force. Developing digital platforms to deliver essentials, linking docs to provide home case & setting up a helpline for vulnerable populations, Surya led the response by infusing technology & forging partnerships.
Recognising his organisational abilities and commitment towards inculcating the values of nationalism among the youth, the BJP nominated him as the National President of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, the youth wing of the party.
With the nation hit by the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, Surya was at the forefront of the battle against the virus. He operationalised 4 defunct hospitals, set up an MP Oxy Bank with more than 800 oxygen concentrators, contributed to reforms in the BBMP hospital bed booking system and helped in providing greater access to vaccines for the citizens of Bengaluru South.
The BJYM, under the leadership of its National President Sri Tejasvi Surya, developed a country-wide free teleconsultation platform called the BJYM Doctor Helpline. Shri JP Nadda, The National President of the BJP, launched the service, which benefited more than 70,000 people.
Food & Ration Kit Distribution
The MP Office, along with Akshaya Patra Foundation, conducted food distribution drives for over 21 days during the second wave of the pandemic reaching out
The MP worked with the objective of vaccinating maximum of the population in the shortest span of time in Bengaluru South. The MP conducted special
A unique & one-of-a-kind initiative was taken up to set up an oxygen concentrator bank at the MP Office in order to assist patients during
Reforming The BBMP Bed Booking Software
Shri Tejasvi Surya exposed the irregularities in the BBMP bed booking software. Apart from merely identifying and pointing out the loopholes, the MP also stepped
revamping of defunct hospitals
The MP Office identified and mapped defunct hospitals and transformed them into operational hospitals. Mahabodhi Mallige Hospital, Siddapura – This hospital has been non-functional for the
covid raksha helpline 2.0
The second edition of the helpline was launched during the second wave of the pandemic and initially catered to assistance to senior citizens regarding vaccination.
India’s first WhatsApp enabled e-commerce platform This platform saw 30 competing startups work together for home delivery of essentials in Bengaluru. Every retailer in the
Covid raksha helpline
This helpline number 080-61914960 could be accessed via call and/or WhatsApp. Citizens were enabled to report COVID-19 symptoms; locate their nearest vaccination center; book vaccination appointments; request
MP Coronavirus task force
The MP Coronavirus Taskforce is a strong team of over 4,000 volunteers. During the first and the second wave of the pandemic, these volunteers were