Alok Sagar - ex-IIT professor who once taught Raghuram Rajan

While educating at IIT Delhi, Alok Sagar had prepared various understudies, including Raghuram Rajan, the ex-RBI senator, reports Speaking Tree. Subsequent to leaving from his work, Alok began working for tribals in the Betul and Hoshangabad areas of Madhya Pradesh. For as far back as 26 years, he has been living in Kochamu, a remote town with 750 tribals, lacking both power and streets, and with only an elementary school.




Alok has planted more than 50,000 trees in the area, and trusts that individuals can serve the nation better by working at the grassroots level. "In India, individuals are confronting such a large number of issues, yet individuals are caught up with demonstrating their insight by demonstrating their degrees instead of serving individuals," Alok told the Hindustan Times.

Alok keeps on keeping up a position of safety. Amid Betul's late region decisions, nearby powers became suspicious and requested that he take off. Alok uncovered his not insignificant rundown of capabilities, which the area organization, incredibly, confirmed to be valid, reports Patrika.

What makes Alok's story genuinely moving is his effortlessness. He possesses only three arrangements of kurtas and a cycle, and spends his day gathering and appropriating seeds among tribals. Alok can talk numerous dialects and vernaculars utilized by tribals as a part of the locale. Nearly connected with the Shramik Adiwasi Sangathan, he invests a large portion of his energy working for their upliftment.

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