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Unique And Dedicated Civil Servants We All Should Know About

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Civil Servants are considered some of the most powerful people in our administrative system. Today, we are going to see some of the best and their work which has made and saved lives of a lot of people in our country.

 

1. Ajit Doval

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National Safety Advisor Ajit Doval, who was considered the mastermind of surgical strike, was born on January 20, today. He is an Indian, who does not always hesitate to give Pakistan the warning to take away another Mumbai from Balochistan. Doval was a Muslim for 7 years to protect his country in Lahore, Pakistan. Furthermore, He is the only citizen of India who has been honored with Kirti Chakra for the military honors. Doval is the first police officer to receive this honor.

Furthermore, 1968 Kerala Batch IPS Officer Ajit Doval was attached to the Intelligence Bureau in 1972, four years after his appointment. In addition, Ajit Doval has worked in the intelligence department most of the time in his career. It is said that he remained a spy detective in Pakistan for seven years.

 

2. B. Chandrakala

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B. Chandrika is a diligent and honest IAS officer. She worked at SDM and CDO in Allahabad from 2009 to 2012. Implemented the government schemes like social welfare, tree plantation, animal husbandry, environment and panchayat related welfare schemes. So far, she has been transferred to many places during the tenure. Furthermore,  through their abilities and hard work, she has established new dimensions of success at every place.

 

3. Satyendra Dubey

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Satyendra Dubey was employed as an engineer in the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI). Seven years ago, on 27th November 2003, Satyendra Dubey was shot in the Circuit House. In addition, Dubey disclosed corruption in NHAI directly to the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, he had given detailed information about this. Although he did not sign this letter he sent his biodata with it so that the matter could be taken seriously.