Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha
भारतीय जनता युवा मोर्चा
PresidentTejasvi Surya
Headquarters6-A, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Marg, Mata Sundari Railway Colony, Mandi House, New Delhi 110002
Mother partyBharatiya Janata Party

The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) (translation: Indian People's Youth Front) is the youth wing of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), one of the two major political parties in India, and formerly the youth wing of the dissolved Janata Party (1978-1980). It was founded in 1978, and its first national president was Kalraj Mishra. It is the second largest political youth organization in the world after Congress's youth organisation.[1]


Tejasvi Surya is the current president of BJYM since 2020 and the youngest Presidentin the history of National of BJYM.[2] Prominent leaders such as Kalraj Mishra, Pramod Mahajan, Rajnath Singh, G. Kishan Reddy, Jagat Prakash Nadda, Uma Bharti, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Dharmendra Pradhan, Anurag Thakur and Poonam Mahajan have served as national presidents of BJYM in the past.[3]

The National Body of BJYM consists of Tejasvi Surya, the BJYM President, Vice Presidents, General Secretaries, Secretaries, Social Media & IT incharges and National Executives Members.[4]


Attack on Delhi Chief Minister's house

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On 30 March 2022, the official residence of Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister of Delhi, was attacked by members of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia called the incident a conspiracy to murder Kejriwal.[5][6] Tejasvi Surya, the national president of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM; the youth wing of the BJP) and a member of the Lok Sabha, had led a protest against Arvind Kejriwal with around 200 BJYM members. Several protesters were seen in CCTV footage breaking barriers in front of Kejriwal's residence and daubing red paint on the main gate. According to Delhi Police officials, the attackers also damaged a CCTV camera. Kejriwal's party, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), stated that he was not in the house at the time of the attack, but members of his family were present.

Saurabh Bhardwaj, an AAP member of the Delhi Legislative Assembly, filed a petition in the Delhi High Court seeking the formation of a special investigation team to carry out a "fair and time-bound investigation" into the incident. The petition asserted that the attack and vandalization appeared to have been carried out with the "tacit complicity" of Delhi police, and asked the court to issue directions to the Delhi Police and the Union Ministry of Home Affairs for ensuring the security of the chief minister and his residence. The court noted that the security was inadequate to control the crowd, and sought a status report of the police investigation into the incident within two weeks' time.[7]

Delhi Police arrested eight members of BJYM in connection with the incident. A local court remanded all the arrested men into judicial custody. According to the police, all the 20 accused identified were BJYM members.

List of presidents

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# Portrait Name Tenure At Age of
1 Kalraj Mishra 1978 1980 37
2 Satya Deo Singh 1980 1986 35
3 Pramod Mahajan 1986 1988 37
4 Rajnath Singh 1988 1990 37
5 Jagat Prakash Nadda 1990 1994 30
6 Uma Bharti 1994 1997 35
7 Ramashish Rai 1997 2000
8 Shivraj Singh Chouhan 2000 2002 41
9 G. Kishan Reddy 2002 2005 42
10 Dharmendra Pradhan 2005 2007 36
11 Amit Thaker 2007 2010
12 Anurag Thakur 2010 2016 36
13 Poonam Mahajan 2016 2020 36
14 Tejasvi Surya 2020 present 30


  1. ^ "BJYM -". 4 November 2019. Retrieved 29 May 2023.
  2. ^ "President Profile | BJYM".
  3. ^ "About Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha | BJYM". Retrieved 29 May 2019.
  4. ^ "National Executive Member | BJYM". Retrieved 29 May 2019.
  5. ^ Service (30 March 2022). "Bhagwant Mann condemns attack on Arvind Kejriwal's house". Tribuneindia News Service. Retrieved 30 March 2022.
  6. ^ "Conspiracy to murder Kejriwal after poll defeat in Punjab: Delhi CM Sisodia's sensational claim". Tribuneindia News Service. 30 March 2022.
  7. ^ Bureau, The Hindu (1 April 2022). "Delhi High Court seeks status report on attack outside CM Kejriwal's residence". The Hindu. Retrieved 2 April 2022.