Natasha Narwal

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Full Real Name Natasha Narwal.
Age (as of 2021) 32 years old.
Profession Activist, and Entrepreneur.
Birthday March 5, 1989 (Thursday).
Place of Birth Haryana, India.
Current Residence New Delhi, India.
Education Ph.D.
Alma mater Hindu College.
Jawaharlal Nehru University.
Height (approx.) In Feet Inches: 5′ 6″
IMeters: 1.67 m
In Centimetres: 167 cm
Weight (approx.) In Kilograms: 55 Kg
In Pounds: 121 lbs
Eye Color Black.
Hair Color Black.
Nationality Indian.
Caste Haryanvi Jaat.
Religion Hinduism.
Zodiac Sign Pisces.
Profiles Twitter@NarwalNatasha

Natasha Narwal is an Indian activist, feminist collective, and entrepreneur from Haryana, India. She was born on March 5, 1989. She is well-known as an activist for the “Pinjra Tod,” a group of female students. Natasha, who is a member of Pinjra Tod and an activist, is a strong advocate for women’s safety and rights.

What is the net worth of Natasha Narwal?

Natasha Narwal has an estimated net worth in around$3 million.

Childhood and education

Natasha Narwal with her mother in a childhoo photo (Photo Source: Haryana First Youtube channel)

Natasha Narwal, an activist, was born to her parents on March 5, 1989, in Haryana, India. She is a follower of the Hindu religion. Natasha Narwal is 32 years old, according to her birth date (as of 2021).

She is a gifted woman. Natasha traveled to Delhi for her higher education after completing her primary education at a local private school in her area. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Hindu College in Delhi.

She is a Ph.D. student at JNU’s Center for Historical Studies, according to sources and  became a member of an activist group for women’s safety and rights throughout her undergraduate years.

 Family background

Natasha Narwal belongs to the Haryanvi Jat caste, according to media reports. When it comes to her personal details, she is the family’s eldest kid. Her father, “Mahavir Narwal,” was a CCS Haryana Agricultural University retired scientist.Her mother (name withheld) is a stay-at-home mom. According to her Facebook page, she has a younger brother named “Aakash Narwhal” in the family. Natasha’s father, according to sources, died as a result of COVID-19.

Her father was reportedly admitted to a nearby private hospital in Rohtak, Haryana. Let me tell you that on May 7, 2021, he tested positive for coronavirus.

As an activist, Natasha Narwal

Pinjra Tod is holding a protest.,Source;Instagram

Natasha began speaking up in support of women’s rights and safety throughout her undergraduate years, according to reports. She eventually became a member of Pinjra Tod. During her college years, she stayed in a girls’ dormitory. She also wrote a Facebook post on her PG experiences. Natasha Narwal and other members of Pinjra Tod participate in modest protests for women’s rights. According to sources, Natasha Narwal and other Pinjra Tod activists, including Debangana Kalita, took part in the Northeast Delhi riots in February 2020.

She and Debangana were detained by Delhi Police on May 23, 2020, after a period of time, for their claimed role in ‘communal violence.’ In addition, Natasha Narwal was charged with violating the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, or UAPA. Narwhal was taken to Tihar Jail after that.

Bail for Natasha Narwal

Natasha’s father tested positive for COVID on May 7th, according to reports. Following that, he was admitted to a Rohtak private hospital. Following this, members of the civil society and student group Pinjra Tod urged Natasha’s release so that she could care for her father, who was in ICU.

However, on May 9, 2021, her father died as a result of COVID-19.She  was granted interim relief for three weeks by the Delhi High Court on Monday, according to the latest reports, so she could execute her father’s funeral rites.

Natasha Narwal’s  facts

  • Natasha is also a speaker and motivating leader. She has also taken part in a number of protests and riots.
  •  She has been a gifted student since elementary school.
  • Narwal is a Haryana native who moved to Delhi to pursue his education.
  • Her father was always supportive of her choices.
  • She enjoys reading novels and is an ardent reader.
  • Hundreds of people were injured and 53 individuals were murdered in the riots that occurred in February 2020, according to sources.
  • The riots, according to Delhi Police, were part of a bigger plot to discredit Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government.

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