Ashok Mehta

The Mehta family of Udaipur, (Rajasthan) has, over the years produced quite an impressive array of diplomats, civil servants, administrators, social workers, educationists, professionals, corporate leaders and other eminent persons.

It is in this back drop, that my cousin Pradeep, along with his friends established the Consumer Unity and Trust Society twenty years ago, to work locally, nationally and internationally on the complex subject of SOCIAL CHANGE. My admiration and congratulations.

My association with CUTS goes back to the time when the Society was established. I have watched with great interest and am amazed at the wide spectrum of activities in the CUTS portfolio. Over the years, these varied activities have been carefully researched, presented and advocated both nationally and abroad with considerable success.

Twenty years of CUTS have passed by very quickly. On the occasion of this 20th anniversary, my sincere congratulations to Pradeep, his team at CUTS and all those who have been associated, directly or indirectly, with CUTS on the excellent works done so far. My best wishes to all of them for greatest achievements in the next decade. In today’s fast changing world, it is perhaps better to work and achieve results in a ten years time frame.