Global Politics

The expertise of Snehil was enhanced by him since his teenage days when he first visited The United Nation – General Assembly (New York) to learn his diplomatic skills. Whereas, his ability of working on Global Diplomacy for a specific topic of National Security & Counter – Terrorism were explored by him during his membership with one of the prestigious International Institute in London. During his stay in London, he managed to have detailed understanding and interactions directly with the Global Political Leaders from Defence, Foreign Affairs, External Affairs, Separatists, Subject Experts and various other government portfolios.

After shifting to India, there was a major gap in his activities with Global Diplomacy till the time he met Ms. Lise Grande, United Nations Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative (India). The private dinner Discussion - Meeting at the official Maharashtra State Minister's Residence gave a major boost to his routine as he gave his discussion on Crime Education & Victim Support Centres. The meeting had a very strong image on him as he was told that he was the only one to work for a ‘Victim Support Project’ in specific and many internal leads were guided by Ms. Lise Grande. Thereafter, he received a special invite for a United Nations Conference in Mumbai. In the following few years he carried various major activities on the topic of Anti-Terrorism and National Security and was later also approached by the American Government officials for collaborating with him in National Security meets conducted by them in India.

His details were passed on to various organisations that conduct Homeland Security and/or Counter-Terrorism conferences. In one of his discussion-meeting the Indo-Tibetan Border Police official - suggested him to replicate Hanoi Hannah in order to create a Psychological Warfare Unit in which the Indian Government can work with civilians for Border Security if successful results can be produced. It was easier for him to implement the format since he had already implemented the techniques to find out a Fake Interpol global network operating from megacities. Currently, he has send request letters to all the State & Union Territory Home Departments for implementation of Transnational Organised Crime Department and awaits their response.

The expertise of Snehil was enhanced by him since his teenage days when he first visited The United Nation – General Assembly (New York) to learn his diplomatic skills. Whereas, his ability of working on Global Diplomacy for a specific topic of National Security & Counter – Terrorism were explored by him during his membership with one of the prestigious International Institute in London. During his stay in London, he managed to have detailed understanding and interactions directly with the Global Political Leaders from Defence, Foreign Affairs, External Affairs, Separatists, Subject Experts and various other government portfolios.

After shifting to India, there was a major gap in his activities with Global Diplomacy till the time he met Ms. Lise Grande, United Nations Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative (India). The private dinner Discussion - Meeting at the official Maharashtra State Minister's Residence gave a major boost to his routine as he gave his discussion on Crime Education & Victim Support Centres. The meeting had a very strong image on him as he was told that he was the only one to work for a ‘Victim Support Project’ in specific and many internal leads were guided by Ms. Lise Grande. Thereafter, he received a special invite for a United Nations Conference in Mumbai. In the following few years he carried various major activities on the topic of Anti-Terrorism and National Security and was later also approached by the American Government officials for collaborating with him in National Security meets conducted by them in India.

His details were passed on to various organisations that conduct Homeland Security and/or Counter-Terrorism conferences. In one of his discussion-meeting the Indo-Tibetan Border Police official - suggested him to replicate Hanoi Hannah in order to create a Psychological Warfare Unit in which the Indian Government can work with civilians for Border Security if successful results can be produced. It was easier for him to implement the format since he had already implemented the techniques to find out a Fake Interpol global network operating from megacities. Currently, he has send request letters to all the State & Union Territory Home Departments for implementation of Transnational Organised Crime Department and awaits their response.