Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that this a much suitable definition of poor and hungery people of a nation like India.”                                                                                       –Abhijeet Sinha

He also worked as Trainer for leading automotives companies across Bihar & Jharkhand and further joined Indusind Bank in 2008 as Regional Manager [2] of Government Business in Corporate Banking Segment for three major states of east Bihar Jharkhand & Orissa where he got a chance to interact with top government officials of State Government and an opportunity to see through the sanctions of government funds, their stay duration in bank accounts and their end utilizations in development works; and return of unutilised funds to central govt or state government.

“India needs a fair & honest administrative reform to ensure utilization of its resources in welfare of nation not individuals, which is not possible without bringing transparency in govt operations and utilisation of public funds.”                                                                                                                                                             Abhijeet Sinha

Watching half fed & half clad children on roadside, construction sites, remote villages and millions of welfare funds getting returned every year unutilised refreshed his college time idealism of “needful administrative reform” in utilisation of government funds and its end results on back-wards and deprived poor classes; who are un-skilled and still dependent on government schemes to survive.

After realising facts straights that being part of any service or organisation he may not be able to bring changes on the desired level he projected he started acting alone from his end directly towards the affected areas. But as categorization have been the oldest methodology of society he was incidentally categorised in multiple categories of social services and eventually  categorised as a Social Worker.

According to sources conceptualization of his vision took place when he came to study “Humantics” at University of Delhi from Patna Bihar a midsized town and negatively propagated for poor execution of Law & Order in those years. He realised that things are not that bad that it seems, they just need little attention, transparency and participation. Soon he got victimised with misleading educational system and middle class mentality to earn bread and butter before caring for society and nation and got diverted to a different world of glamour, excess and aristocracy. He moved from one part of country to another while doing degree and job in Hospitality and Hotel Management and eventually got exposed to premium and noble class of the country who are owning maximum wealth in the nation of 125 million people.

“The moment you become miserly you are closed to the basic phenomenon of life: expansion, sharing and charity. The moment you start gaining things, you have miss the idea of sharing. But a thankful human being, available to millions of things.”                                                                                                                               –Abhijeet Sinha

But his ideology for justice & rights never left him alone where ever he found exploitation or suppression he protested, agitated and fought up to his capacity regardless of the fear that what are on stake and what he may lose. But he never kneeled before situation came across to him during his training at Goa where exploitation was at its max or when he came back to Patna after signing off from Hospitality industry and kept his service in bank on stake to raise a voice against violation of human rights and his fight with corrupt policemen of Patna Police in 2007.

“Before me, illusions are bound to be shattered. I am here to shatter all illusions. Yes, I will irritate people, it will annoy them – that’s my way of functioning and working. I will sabotage dead trends of welfare from their very roots! Unless they are totally destroyed as powder or sand we can’t shape simple & straight means and there is no hope for poverty to overcome.”                                                                                                                    –Abhijeet Sinha

While his job as regional manager of (Bihar Jharkhand Orissa) for a bank in Corporate & Government   Banking segment he came across real obstacles in utilization of public resourses and funds in welfare of affected area and cause and his conceptualization started taking a shape after which he left his service and started doing freelancing for those needy organisations who are indeed working on grass root level to bring every possible difference.

Now instead of making loan or liability proposals for Corporate Houses Abhijeet Sinha was making proposals for social groups, welfare organisations, relief funds, charity clubs and NGOs to assist them in getting recognised at national & international level to get training, organisational and financial assistance from those who are working for same cause and looking for genuenly active and efficient grass root level partners to execute their programmes.

There are horrible people who, instead of solving a problem, tangle it up and make it harder to solve for anyone who wants to deal with it. They are called Politicians.”                                                                       –Abhijeet Sinha

He educated people from very low level and less skilled level to get united and organised in what so ever business they are in like dahi wala, doodhwala, subjiwala, darji, panwala, andawala and successfully connected them to the concept of Financial Inclusion which resulted in providing a better  educational,  social,  physical and healthy environment to their kids and hopes for Abhijeet that if one of them will join him in future he would be a more efficient than 100 others in future.


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