Kundan Srivastava Bio, Wiki, Human Rights Activist & More. Kundan Srivastava is a Human Rights Activist have the courage to fight against injustice & victimization. He has been instrumental in highlighting the plight of and fighting for Indians in the country and around the world.
He has been fighting for the common man (service & labor class) to come back to their Motherland who have been illegally exploited in Saudi Arabia fighting for life, wages and better life.
Apart from this, Kundan has been fighting for several issues of human rights including elderly abuse, child abuse, and human trafficking.
Kundan is actively involved in fighting for human rights, against anti-corruption and more. He has fought for justice to women, underprivileged and has not left any stone unturned to get them justice at all costs in the country and around the world.
He is impressively hardworking, well organized, and responsible and his work consistently demonstrated excellent analytical and research skills and strong written and oral expression. Kundan has enjoyed exploring a wide range of issues which has taken at various places in the country. At the same time, he maintains a clear focus and tackles the work at hand efficiently and crisply. He is an intelligent and capable person and has found him as a good team leader capable to carry out any independent task with confidence.
|DOB||3 July 1991|
|Profession||Human Rights activist, Author, Engineer|
|Favourite Personality||Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam|
|Eye Colour||Greenish Brown|
|Parents|| Father - Late Ratneshwar Prasad Verma
Mother - Ragini Verma
|Siblings|| Chandan Kumar (Brother)
Early Life and Education
Kundan was born in Raxaul a small town in ‘East Champaran’ district in Bihar, India to Late Ratneshwar Prasad Verma and Smt. Ragini Verma and has a brother Chandan Kumar. His wife name is Surbhi Kumari.
He studied B.Tech in Information Technology and graduated from Dehradun Institute of Technology, Dehradun (India).
It was while studying in primary schools at Raxaul that he became interested in social issues, human rights, and development, ultimately leading to his success. He studied B.Tech in Information Technology and graduated from Dehradun Institute of Technology, Dehradun (India).
Kundan was kidnapped. He was hidden away and scared for seven days. He didn’t think he would survive the ordeal, but he managed to escape from their clutches after seven days, and even endured a gunshot on his leg while escaping, only to dedicate himself to human rights and development.
Kundan is the founder of ‘The Voice Raiser’, India’s leading platform to raise a voice for people to fight against victimization and injustice. His notable works have been featured by national & international media like BBC, PTI, The Washington Post, Metro, Huffington Post, The New York Times, The Hindu, Times of India, Hindustan Times, Deccan Chronicle, The Independent, chron.com, derstandard.at and more. He has also raised close to 20 lakhs for needy human beings i.e: survivors, victims.
He’s a noted Human Rights Activist, Author of “Title is unTitled-, which talks about the apathy we have created in our society”. and Entrepreneur. He has been instrumental in highlighting the plight of and fighting for Indians in the country and around the world.
As a noted Human Rights activist and member of human rights organizations, he was appointed an ambassador of Postcards for peace, a UK based international organization.
Awards and Recognition
Kundan has received several humanitarian awards such as the Universal Humanity Award, Pithadhhish Award, and the Veer Putra Samman Award.
|Awards and recognition:||Year|
|Universal Humanity Award’||2013||An International Prestigious Award for Excellence in Humanitarian Services. - Awarded by Kapil Sibal - Ex- Minister of Law and Justice, Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Minister of Human Resource Development, Minister of Science and Technology and Malusi Mogale, South African high commissioner.
|Global Diamond Award’||2016|
|Veer Putra Samman’||2017|| For saving dignity and pride of senior citizens (mothers). Awarded by K. G. Balakrishnan - was the former Chairperson of the National Human Rights Commission of India. He is a former Chief Justice of India.
Kundan has been fighting for the common man (service & labor class) to come back to their Motherland who have been illegally exploited in Saudi Arabia fighting for life, wages and better life. Apart from this, He has been fighting for several issues of human rights including elderly abuse, child abuse, and human trafficking.
|Case 1||Kundan Srivastava put a call out to the Akhilesh Yadav, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, to press charges against Sangeeta Jain. The CCTV footage purportedly shows Jain assaulting Rajrani Jain, first with her bare hands, then with a piece of cloth used as a noose, a stone and a water heating rod.
Srivastava accuses Sangeeta of being a “cruel woman” who is currently in divorce proceedings with Sandeep, the victim’s son. According to the activist, police are dragging their feet because the accused is a woman. In his Facebook post, he writes
“Strong laws were created for women but some women are misusing the laws. I would urge the Government of India to action against such women. I promise will help you into
|Case 2||Abdul Sattar Makandar, an Indian driver from Karnataka working in Saudi Arabia, whose heartbreaking appeal on Youtube for help from cruel Saudi employer went viral on social media?
He is now in jail, and says his life is in danger. He apparently told this to social activist Kundan Srivastava who is fighting for Makandar's release.
Sushma Swaraj Jumps To An Indian Migrant's Defense After His Wrongful Arrest By SaudiArabia.
|Case 3||An Indian-origin woman in the US has been allegedly racially abused by an African-American man who called her inappropriate names and yelled “get out of here” when she was travelling in a busy commuter train.
Desai then contacted Kundan Srivastava, a Human Rights activist and founder of The Voice Raiser, who said the US government should “punish” the man for “harassing and abusing women and also insulting our nation.”
|Case 4||Kundan Srivastava, an activist should be given credit for bringing to light an inspirational story which was altogether lost in the first place in the misleading video. Reported, News Nation|
|Case 5||In what can only be termed as a shockingly insensitive incident, a 70-year-old woman residing in East Delhi’s Shahdara area was allegedly beaten by her son. The incident was witnessed by the neighbours, who helped the woman by getting in touch with human rights activist Kundan Srivastava and his team. Reported, The Indian Express|
|Case 6||A video of a daughter beating her mother is going viral on social networking site Facebook. The video captured how an elderly woman was beaten up by her daughter. The incident reportedly took place at 7th Block, DDA Flat, Kalkaji, (Opposite Shivalik Apartments) in New Delhi. Kundan Srivastava, the person who shared the video on Facebook, confirmed the address.|
Love and Compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity can’t survive. This quote by Dalai Lama would ring constantly in Kundan’s mind. Kundan Srivastava is a friend, every human being needs today because what you or your loved one may not want to fight for, He will fight it for you and get you the justice you deserve.
Some Unknown Facts about Kundan
- He loves to write on social issues.
- Kundan loves traveling across the world.
- He’s a big fan of the formal president of India immortal Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam.
- Kundan has been instrumental in highlighting the plight of and fighting for Indians in the country and around the world.
- He is Bachelors in Information Technology from Dehradun Institute of Technology, Dehradun.
- Kundan was kidnapped. He was hidden away and scared for seven days. Kundandidn’t think he would survive the ordeal, but he managed to escape from their clutches after seven days
- He is an Author of “Title is unTitled-, which talks about the apathy we have created in our society”, Entrepreneur and Ambassador ‘Postcards for peace’.
Social Media Links
Profile: http://www.kundansrivastava.com/about Works: http://www.kundansrivastava.com/works Website: www.thevoiceraiser.com
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