A well-known social activist and influencer Devendran Dave from Malaysia has been doing things that benefit the community. His dream to be a police officer for his country. After completing his secondary schooling. In September 2009, officially he became a Police Officer. First, he began his duty as police Auxiliary Police In Inland Revenue Board Of Malaysia ( Incometax) in Jalan Duta KL (HQ). Then in Cyberjaya (HQ). Currently, he is working in Raub Pahang (Branch).
In the year of 2014, Devendran became the President of Kelab Belia Bintang Terbaik Kajang. He also established Malaysia Thala Ajith Fan Club in the year of 2015. He and his team have been serving the public by doing many welfare activities and public services for the past 5 years in Malaysia. Lastly, in 2020 Devendran marked as the Malaysia Branch Leader for Tamil Nadu Youth Association.
He also won the “Best Youth Social Activist Desam Media Achievers Awards (2019)”.
Here’s few of the notable works he done:
• 2016 – Charity works for Tamil school
Kajang Selangor to Tampin Tamil school from negeri Sembilan Malaysia – distributed stationary items, books, bags, dictionaries and all essential things for the School kids.
• 2017 – Car charity convoy 2 & Wheel chair donation
Kajang Selangor to bemban Tamil school from melaka Malaysia – distributed stationary items, books, bags, dictionaries and all essential things for the School kids. And they provided 25 wheel chair for physically challenged people at madras cafe Sentul Malaysia. It was also featured in popular Tamil newspaper.
• 2017 – FUTSAL charity ( Home kids fundraiser)
• 2018 Gokart racing – a charity for Tamil school
Fund raised by Devendran Dave and his team, RM 1000 was donated to semenyih Selangor Tamil school
• 2018- FUTSAL charity ( fundraiser for cancer patients )
• 2019- FUTSAL charity ( Fundraiser for disabled people)
• 2020 – Blood donation
• 2021 – Thala Ajith Birthday Celebration with less privileged people on covid situation to students & family
• 2021 – Mask & sanitizers launching & collect donation for sick people.
Also few things to be mentioned:
For now, Devendran, an auxiliary police officer with the Inland Revenue Board in Raub, Pahang, only does social work on his days off, when he can organise meetings and plan new projects.
“Young people must be brave to try new things and not give up easily. I also believe in the importance of networking, where I find my sponsors,” said Devendran.