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Ujjain District breaks record, mass marriage of physically challenged couple takes place (Collector Sanket Bhondwe efforts pays)

Mar 7th, 2017 10:57 am | By | Category: SPECIAL NEWS COVERAGE

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Ujjain District breaks record, mass marriage of physically challenged couple takes place (Collector Sanket Bhondwe efforts pays)

Ujjain: Collector Sanket Bhondwe who is an IAS Office of 2007 batch MP cadre. Sanket has been instrumental in execution of MP Govt CM Kanyadan schemes with his zeal and best of his abilities. History created again on 6th and 7th March 2017 in a mass marriage where in about 101 physically challenged couples coming all caste and creed held at Indore. This feted officers, once again gave exceptional services for organisation of mass marriage ceremony of physically challenged, The mass-engagement ceremony in Betul, Hoshangabad and now in Ujjain for specially-abled people of its kind breaking all records.

Sanket Bhondve, IAS in action

Sanket Bhondve, IAS
in action

Sanket Bhondwe has been credited for conferring national award out of the 650 districts in the country, his earlier posting Hoshangabad in Madhya Pradesh hadbeen picked for national award “for excellent work in the field of rehabilitation and uplift of differently-abled people in the district”, Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a function to be held in New Delhi had presented award to Bhondwe.

Bhondve, along with his strong team of officials, is credited with taking the initiative for improving the lives of many differently-abled persons in a short span of his current posting in ujjain .

A 2007 batch IAS officer, Bhondve, who hails from Pimpri-Chinchwad area of Pune, had joined the country’s top service with an “aim to serve the poor, the disabled and the tribal population of the country”. “The country cannot progress if majority of its population either moves in the reverse direction and minority keeps moving ahead. If this disparity is brought down drastically, there is no reason why the country cannot make rapid progress.

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