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Sri Ganganagar Collector Ansh Deep cycles his way to interact with people on road

Sri Ganganagar Anshdeep cycled his way to Sadulshahar, 40 kms from district head quarter in wee hours of Sunday. It took him two hours to reach destination. On his way he interacted with people to know and understand their problems.

“The main objective of cycling was to spread the message to be healthy. Also we wanted to know the area and it's problems from ground level,” said Anshdeep.

Ansh Deep, a 2013 batch IAS, had been collector of Ajmer, Pali and districts. He doesn't mind breaking protocols while reaching out to people.

A civil engineer by education, Ansh Deep is considered a hard working bureaucrat with an empathetic attitude. He had also served as CEO of Bharatpur, and Jodhpur district councils.

Ansh Deep was accompanied by CEO of District Council , who is also a 2018 batch IAS officer from Kerala.

After spending few hours with locals, the two officers returned to Sri Ganganagar in official vehicle.

Cycling is popular among Collectors

Collectors across the country use bicycle as a mode of transport to reach out to common people. Even in districts collectors like Alok Ranjan, Shiv Prasad Nakate and Ashish Modi among others are known to use this transport medium to reach narrow lanes of city and inspect the cleanliness.

“During collectorship IAS officers are young and enthusiastic. They don't mind cycling as this not only let them familiarise with their area of operation but also help them keep fit and stress free,” said a senior IAS officer.

Alok Mathur
Alok Mathurhttps://www.thebuckstopper.com/
Alok Mathur is a law graduate. Journalism is his first love which he now pursues in the latter half of his career. Controversies and crime are the right triggers for him.
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