A Helping Hand for the Economically Backward
- Muskan Khandelwal
- Published on 14 Apr 2023, 9:12 am IST
- 1 minute read
- Watch the exclusive video interview of 2005 batch IAS officer Aunjaneya Kumar Singh
- Mr. Singh shares the initiative he took while being posted as District Collector, Rampur
- He is currently Commissioner, Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh
Seven years old Devansh had fractured his right hand after falling from the roof. Nimisha was suffering from neurological issues since birth. Five-year-old Abhay had cancer and need chemotherapy. 10-year-old Sonakshi had a clot in her head and needed immediate surgery while 10-month-old Pankhuri had suffered a head injury.
The only thing common among all these cases was they belonged to extremely economically backward families and had no money for treatment.
Mr. Aunjaneya Kumar Singh, a 2005 batch-IAS officer proved to be the messiah for all of them and others.
In an exclusive interview with Indian Masterminds, Mr. Singh shared how he along with his team created a system that would allow “needy youngsters” to receive assistance right away without having to go through a long-drawn application process.
Click on the link below to watch the full interview-
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