Recruitment of DSPs in Sports Quota approved by the Haryana Police but extra ordinary International repute social activist's needs attention, these activist also be given a chance for direct appointment as Dy. SP in the force, concerned policy be amended in the large interest of public.
Abhishek Kadian, Member, State Board for Wildlife (Govt. of Haryana), Member of the District Public Relation and Grievance Committee (Govt. of Haryana), Honorary Animal Welfare Officer, AWBI (Ministry of Environment and Forest – Govt. of India), Media Adviser to the ‘International Organisation for Animal Protection – OIPA’ chapter in India / People for Animals ( PFA ) Haryana - affiliated with the Animal Welfare Board of India, where as OIPA is an Italy based NGO duly affiliated with the United Nations ( Department of Public Information ) since 1992.
* Date of birth - 16-9-1987
1. M. A in Mass Communication
2. Post Graduate Diploma in Mass Communication.
3. Animal welfare training course at NIAW.
* Permanent address - V&PO Siwana, Tehsil Beri, District Jhajjar.
* Present address - C 38, Rose Apartment, sector-14, Prashant Vihar, Rohini, DELHI - 110085.
Abhishek Kadian has earned International reputation in the field of animal rights and their welfare, he may kindly be appointed as a Deputy Superintendent of Police in Haryana adopting Sports Quota policy extended up to opportunity for activists of International reputation in the field of social work. We are very much confidant that if a chance be given to Abhishek Kadian as Dy. SP in Haryana Police then he can do a lot to minimize the unnecessary pain and sufferings to the animals in Haryana, he will be the assets for this Police force as well.
Special Task Force - STF for animal rights and their welfare be formed with in the purview of Haryana Police: Dy. SP / Inspector / Sub Inspector / Asst. SI / Constable be recruited by direct appointment / on deputation basis. As per section 34 of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960 these officials should be empowered with Police powers and infirmaries be set up as per section 35 of the said Act, to keep animals during court trials for treatment, care and shelter.