Retired DSP, Ashok Singh Bhadoria foresees to empower natives of Ater
- Will work aggressively towards enabling the youth of the region to fight social deficit
Gwalior,: Ashok Singh Bhadoria, retired DSP of Madhya Pradesh Police, is all set to lead his second innings of empowering the people of his home town, Ater. Shri Bhadoria’s dream has always been to keep the society clean and everyone independent. In his bid to accomplish this mission, Shri Bhadoria’s primary agenda will be to educate every child and connect the local people in Ater to the digital world.
Ashok Singh Bhadoria has always been deeply connected to Ater and its people. One of the best things he feels about the people in Ater is they are really receptive about learning anything new. He foresees to support the people in Ater with all kinds of infrastructural support to overcome any hindrance to this dream. He feels one of the major strength of his mission would be the youth of Ater as he feels the local youth will form the foundation to the entire area’s development.
Proceeding with the welcome journey to his native, Shri Bhadoria said, “Just developing the area with infrastructure will not work for the long run. It is imperative to empower the local people, especially the youth as they will take the journey of development forward. Till date I was always engaged with my service and I had to be fully devoted to my responsibilities then. There was paucity of time to devote for the betterment of my home town. And, there is no better time than now to move towards engaging every single person of the region to make it a bright chapter in the history of development.” One thing Shri Bhadoria feels that connecting the people of Ater to the basics of .com will ensure they are never deprived of knowing the facilities they must have and they can fight for it.
Even during his services for the Madhya Pradesh police and being an encounter specialist, he has always believed that only the encounters and executing the dacoits in the region will never bring social balance. It is equally important to bring up the low-living families to the mainstream to give them a concrete objective to lead their livelihood. To achieve these basics, he has rehabilitated many under-privileged families in the area by converting them into informers and also provided them jobs in the services.
About Ashok Singh Bhadoria: Ashok Singh Bhadoria was born in 1957 in Ater in Bhind district, Madhya Pradesh. He did his B.A. from Jiwaji University, Gwalior and joined the Madhya Pradesh Police in 1982 as Sub-Inspector. Shri Bhadoria’s late father, Shri Narendra Singh Bhadoria was the Additional SP of the Madhya Pradesh Police and later was the Mandi President from 2000-2006.
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