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Tazurba | K. C. Mittal | Love of Adventure

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In the second part of the series, Radio Dwarka caught up with KC Mittal, who started his career with the Income-Tax (I-T) Department but later moved on to join the Intelligence Bureau (IB) for the heck of the adventure as he found "the job at I-T monotonous."
A native of Patiala, he opted for Track Junction check post, out of the bound region in Ladakh, for his first posting with IB. And he survived against all odds that included living at 18,000 ft above the sea level and -45ºC for two years. From there, he served in Bihar when the JP Movement was at its peak. He was also posted in Punjab during insurgency twice in his service period, in between returning to Delhi for short stints. "I loved every bit of my service as I took as a challenge. If an assignment had to be done, it had to be done well."
He said, "My family has been supportive. They moved bag and baggage wherever I moved as part of my work with IB. My only son is working with DMRC and daughter-in-law is a doctor. I love spending time with my grandson."
After retiring from service in 2009, he took up a couple of assignments to keep himself engaged but gave up soon after as it was taking a toll on his family life. "Money was not my priority when I joined a private firm after retirement, but it didn't make sense to give up on time that could be used to enjoy with family."
He also talks about his involvement with an organisation Sampark to make a meaningful contribution to society.
"The younger generation is preoccupied with something or the other, and there is more wear and tear in family ties these days, leading to frequent conflicts and confrontations. They want space and time. The older generation has failed to inculcate proper values in youngsters. It is resulting in a complete breakdown of the family structure, the first unit of the society, and it will surely have an impact on the community as a whole," he complained.

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I. M. Khanna,
Radio Dwarka,
India’s First Online Community Radio,
Wednesday, December 6, 2016

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