Sahil Razvii Founder of news media company Newsglobal

Apr 02, 2021

Sahil Razvii Head of Tipu Sultan Party Uttar Pradesh Social Media Incharge

Sahil Razvii is a Journalist by profession and he is also the founder of Newsglobal.in News website, Co-Founder of Razvipost.in


Amroha, Uttar Pradesh Apr 2, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - Sahil Razvii is a Journalist by profession and he is also the founder of Newsglobal.in News website, Co-Founder of Razvipost.in and & He is also the Uttar Pradesh Social Media Head of Tipu sultan party (tipusultanparty.co.in) Tipu Sultan Party is a National Party which is registered by Indian Election Commission.

Life and Career

Sahil Razvi was born on 15th July 2001 in a small village Chaudharpur in the Amroha district of Uttar Pradesh.

Sahil Razvi started his journey as a blogger. He started a blogging journey at the age of 13, he has been fond of writing news articles, social issues since childhood.

He started with Blogger.Com in 2014 when he was in 8th grade, and created a website in Blogger called Newsmaxpro.Blogspot.com and started publishing news articles in it.

2 years after that, in 2016, Sahil Razvii set up a news media website called Newsglobal.in, Sahil Razvii in Newsglobal recently voiced opposition, political articles, against the oppression of the minority community in India, Then a few days Sahil Razvii set up a news website called Razvipost.in.

Education and qualification

Sahil Razvii passed the village's 10th class in the year 2016, and in the year 2018, he passed the 12th class.

After that he went to Delhi for further studies, in Delhi, he cracked the entrance test of mechanical engineering in 2019 and took admission to the Central University of Delhi, Jamia Millia Islamia.

You can also follow on social media platforms

Facebook: Facebook.com/SahilRazviii

Twitter: Twitter.com/tsp_sahil

Instagram: instagram.com/sahilrazvii

Facebook page: fb.com/isahilrazvii

Also verified Tooter Account

Tooter.in/Sahill

 
 

Source :Newsglobal

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