It is natural for everyone to love a good officer. Madhya Pradesh found a good inspector and did not want to let him go. Therefore, when inspector Tushar Kadam was transferred last month to the district of Kalina, residents protested on streets. In addition, conspiracy theories hissed in various government offices. Even Nitish Kumar, Chief Minister, had to zap away irritating questions.

Inspector Tushar Kadma spent just ten months in Madhya Pradesh but it was enough for him to be considered by the residents as the model officer. He was easily recognized by his tight uniform that showed off his well-built body and he always kept his dark glasses on.

The officer always let reporters covering his anti-crime operations and he always made sure to have the cameras on him each time he was about to catch a big fish including fake doctors and sellers of fake cosmetics. Even if some considered his assignments as less important, the residents loved him for them and they even open a Facebook fan page on the officer.

Female students of local colleges facing harassment and crank calls always called inspector Tushar Kadam for help. The smart officer came up with a brilliant idea. He asked the students to divert their calls to his personal number.

Therefore, the eve-teasers who called the female students found the officer on the phone and ended the call quickly. During festivals, the officer always patrolled across the city to stop hasty young men from teasing female students. It became frequent for grateful students to ask for his autograph.



API Tushar Kadam is an outstanding assistant police inspector who served in various regions of India and became quite popular across the country. He arrested numerous criminals including medicine mafia and sellers of fake cosmetic. He became a real hero among young women of the towns since he took firm action against eve-teasers.

The renowned officer always made sure proper coverage of media during all of his important operations against crimes. Recently, API Tushar Kadam donated half of his pay to a social organization that arranges hostels for unfortunate students and marriage for underprivileged girls.



Tusharis a graphic designer by qualification from Akola located in Maharashtra. Each time he is transferred to another city, the citizens of the previous city of his affection always demonstrate to express their disagreement in regard of the transfer. This was the case when he was transferred from Madhya Pradesh to Araria.

Many residents of the city marched to protest against his transfer. API Tushar Kadam received over three thousand messages on his phone when he left the city. Even in Madhya Pradesh, Tushar continued to make the headlines dues to his regular operations against notorious criminals.

AN Roy, the Police Commissioner congratulated APITushar Kadam as he placed his own life at stake in order to rescue numerous people from the deluge that hit the region. The courageous officer rescued about forty people including seven school children. In addition, he retrieved twelve bodies in Kalina from the India Airlines Colony.


The rather premature and sudden transfer of inspector Tushar Kadam to Kalina left residents of Madhya Pradesh shaking their heads in disappointment and bewilderment as numerous groups of students protested on streets against the decision of the government and requesting the removal of his transfer order.

The students criticized the state government for transferring inspector Tushar Kadam from Madhya Pradesh where the officer kept the traffic violators, parlor operators, teasers of young women, and impostors at bay.

Protestors told reporters that just when they thought that the city was becoming safer beneath the dynamic leadership of the officer, the state government decided to transfer him far away. The sudden order shows nepotism and corruption at the top level.

Therefore, residents are asking the deep investigation of the transfer order so that the public would know the truth. The protestors burned some pictures of government officials who played a role in the transfer order.

Even the college girls were also disappointed at the sudden transfer. One of them told the media that inspector Tushar Kadam became a hero among female students in the region as he used to respond quickly to their phone calls each time they were in trouble and the officers also protect them against eve-teasers.

With his transfer, the girls are now afraid for their security. Numerous young women troubled by the news of Tushar’s transfer rushed to his residence to urge him to stay in the city. Inspector TusharKadma told the girls that they were still safe in the city and he could not disobey to the order as it came from the top.


Tushar Kadam launched various successful projects in the framework of his activities as graphic designer, photograph, and film maker. One of his projects is aimed for women and is supported by the Chrysley Foundation.

It is a media and art project that celebrates Indian culture at the beginning of the twentieth century through film, photography, dance, theatre, and music. This project is the fruit of Tushar’s deep experience that is a major innovative documentation related to the history of Indian music that is less celebrated in the country.

Another project launched by Tushar Kadam is a book using art as a reliable witness throughout Asian history. This book shows the meticulous work of renowned graphic designers, creative artists, lawyers, and activists in South Asia along with their perspectives on the weak situation of human rights in the region.

Art for Activism from Indian worked with Tushar Kadam on this book. The talented graphic designer designed also a show promoting artworks on AIDS and it is the first of its sort in the country. The show creates a public stage in order to engage unusual audiences in hospitals, universities, and railway stations via art that are seen only in particular places such as museums and galleries.

In another project, TusharKadam expressed his anger against violence particularly on women. He participated in a campaign sponsored by Oxfam and he designed the logo of the campaign along with some photos that showed numerous victims of domestic violence.