My work with Digital India will silence my critics: Ankit Fadia
NEW DELHI: Ankit Fadia, one of the brand ambassadors for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Digital India” campaign, is controversy’s child. Yet, the 30-year-old ethical hacker believes that it is not possible to be successful without having critics who dislike you.
“Critics will always remain. I prefer to let my work speak for itself. I love what I do and I will continue my work,” Fadia, 30, told IANS during an interaction on the sidelines of a promotional tour for his newly-launched books.
“In July, when I was appointed as one of the brand ambassadors of the Digital India initiative, I thought about how I can make a contribution to making Indians more digital. This is when I got the idea to write my own book series,” he said.
The series titled “Stretch Your Technology” has three books – ‘Email’, ‘Protect’ and ‘Productivity’.
“In each book, I have discussed simple tips, tricks and apps that people can download to their smartphones to make their digital lives better,” Fadia said.