API Tushar Kadam demonstrated as of late his effective capacity of working by capturing four impostors performing unlawful tubectomy in the area of Kalina. A report uncovered that the fake doctors played out the operation of more than sixty ladies just on two hours. The surgery was done without the utilization of anesthesia and in a field. The four fake specialists are Ramanand Gopal, Prakash Gopal, Shivdeep Gopal, as well as Woman Gopal.
The four quacks played out the surgery underneath the standard of a non-legislative Association named JHA Society of Welfare. The NGO guaranteed a measure of Rs. 600 to every lady with different disability, if they acknowledged experiencing the surgery.
Amid a meeting with columnists, API Tushar Kadam said that he was stunned when he went around the area and did not locate any single qualified doctor around. The fake specialist’s utilized obsolete medications.
The officer Tushar Kadam uncovered the jugs of saline used for the operation and the saline was outdated. The quacks played out the services quick without using anesthesia; thus making the patients shout out in desolation.
The villagers reached the police of the locale when the state of various ladies intensified. We took the women to the healing center of the area.
In another wrongdoing operation, Inspector Tushar Kadam and his group finished a huge misrepresentation in the utilization of the legislative assets in Kalina locale. A gathering of impostors mimicked government authorities and issued more than two thousand occupation cards to occupants without giving them employments.
The pretenders made haphazardly work sections likely to work out. The Inspector Tushar Kadam helped in prosecuting and accusing the impostors of pulling back assets through fake passbooks. Tushar Kadam loved his job and he did it diligently as well as utmost passion. He served all people as well as the community well.
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.