First Lady: Nupur Sharma throws light on leaving her cushy job to enter big, bad world of politics

London School of Economics graduate and lawyer Nupur Sharma talks to author Meghna Pant about why she left a high-paying job to enter the big, bad world of politics exclusively on First Lady.

Meghna Pant July 21, 2017 19:27:46 IST

Having entered student politics, Nupur Sharma is now a spokesperson for the BJP. She contested the 2015 Delhi elections on a BJP ticket, and holds several key portfolios in the party. She is young, urbane and educated. Nothing that you expect of a politician.The London School of Economics graduate and lawyer talks to author Meghna Pant about why she left a high-paying job to enter the big, bad world of politics, and why there is such an underwhelming representation of women in politics. Exclusively on First Lady.

First Lady Nupur Sharma throws light on leaving her cushy job to enter big bad world of politics

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