February 5: “Dedication and passion are what one needs to achieve their goals. Struggles are a part of it that makes you stronger and a better person to judge your decisions”, says Mulayam Singh, a man who stood above his struggles to inspire and help thousands of people.
Sharing the same birth date as the Father of the Nation, Mulayam Singh was nicknamed ‘Gandhi’ from the start. Since childhood, he was always the one in the crowd of hundreds. However, life has always been challenging for this young man. With his family’s financial condition reaching rock bottom, Mulayam finished his schooling at a government school. Nothing could ever stop him from flourishing. The diligent man went on to complete his Bachelor’s Degree in B. Com, spent 3 years training as a CA and LLB.
It was while working in Legal courts, after 7 years in a CA firm, Mulayam Singh saw his magnificent skills. Starting his consultancy firm, it was over this period that his name started gaining all the praise it deserves. From his management skills to his command over the subjects, his work spoke for itself.
Presently, Mulayam has a consulting firm for Legal and Tax orders along with several businesses in chemical and mobile accessories. The entrepreneur is adept at providing one with legal and tax advice that aids people’s financial decisions. He is keen on devising strategies that help reduce tax liability by taking advantage of tax credits and deductions through interviewing his clients. With a team build with professionals like CA, CMA, advocates, Mulayam Singh’s firm is one of the best in India.
Yet the journey of Mulayam Singh continues further with a new sun rising. After being associated with NGOs for over 7 years, Singh wanted to help society more effectively by becoming a politician. Determined to work towards the welfare of the public, Singh instils faith in the words “Neta Nahi Beta”. Akhil Bharatiya Janshakti Party has even decided to nominate him as the National Vice-President for the party which gives the nation’s youth a shoulder to rely on.
Having witnessed poverty so closely in his life, the ‘People’s Man” has inspired the youth with his journey from rags to riches and, how hard work and dedication can make dreams come true.