Harrow resident, CA Mayuri Chordia, has been honoured with the ‘Young Achievers Award’ at the House of Parliament in the UK.
Chordia, an accountant from Kenton, received the award for her exceptional contributions in various fields including social welfare, religion, economics, culture, and business.
The ceremony was attended by several distinguished guests including Sarah Owen MP, Shadow Minister for Local Government & Faith, Bob Blackman MP, Gareth Thomas MP, and other MPs and dignitaries from the community and society.
Chordia expressed her commitment to the welfare of society and her objective of making significant improvements in the global economy, social welfare, environmental impact, and economic empowerment.
She has been working in these fields internationally for the past 20 years. In her speech, Chordia also emphasized the importance of bringing peace, non-violence, love, and harmony in the world.
Chordia humbly dedicated the award to everyone, stating that it belongs to the community and society as a whole. She ended her speech by saying that power has only one duty, which is to secure the social welfare of the people.
The ‘Young Achievers Award’ is a significant recognition for young individuals who have made a remarkable impact in their respective fields.
Chordia’s achievement adds to the pride and honour of the Harrow community and the entire country.