ASIS New Delhi Chapter concludes its AGM successfully

The ASIS New Delhi Chapter successfully concluded its Annual General Meeting (AGM) at Holiday Inn, Aerocity, New Delhi. The event witnessed a robust turnout, creating an atmosphere filled with enthusiasm and making it a truly remarkable gathering.
Distinguished speakers, including Major General Sanjay Soi, Lt Col Kumar Vikram Singh, Lt Col Hemant Raghav, Vivek Gupta, Robinder N. Sachdev, and Yadvinder Singh Jaspal, shared their rich experiences and valuable insights on various topics of interest with the engaged audience.
Among the notable attendees contributing to the vibrant atmosphere were Naresh Singh Shekhawat, Rajesh Shekhawat, Girish Panwar, Balender Dubey, Milind Wakankar, Vishal Mathur, Aditya Gurtoo, Gurpreet Singh Gill, Adeesh Sharma, Pankaj Jain, Anil Puri, and others.
The guidance from Sr. Regional Vice President of ASIS International, Maj. Paul Devassy, and ARVP Sanjay Kaushik served to motivate the Chapter team, urging them to move forward with stronger focus, energy, and enthusiasm to achieve greater heights.
Harvinder Singh, the continuing Chair of ASIS Delhi Chapter, expressed gratitude to Sr. RVP Maj. Devassy and ARVP Sanjay Kaushik for their invaluable guidance throughout the event and acknowledged their leadership. He also thanked all stakeholders for their contributions to the success of the AGM.
Maj. Nidhi Chandel (Retd), Vimal Vinayak, Shivani Sajwan received applause for their tireless efforts in handling administrative responsibilities, contributing significantly to the success of the AGM.
In recognition of their valuable contributions to advancing the objectives of ASIS International, Geetika Wahi, Jyotsana Bhalla, Geeta Singh, Saurabh Bareja, Hari Shankar Pandey, Rishi Kumar, and Abhay Ranjan were acknowledged for the year 2023.
The event’s success was attributed in part to the sponsorship and collaboration of Everbridge, which played a crucial role in supporting the AGM.

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