Daughter of a tea seller makes it to Indian Air Force

This girl clearing the Air Force Common Admission Test was not an easy task for her

She is being celebrated for her achievements despite her humble backgrounds.

The 24-year-old Aanchal Gangwal from Neemuch district in Madhya Pradesh and has been selected in the flying branch of the Indian Air Force (IAF).

What is important is that she is the daughter of a tea seller.

Aanchal herself said that she was inspired by the rescue operation carried out by the Indian armed forces during the 2013 floods in Uttarakhand.

This girl clearing the Air Force Common Admission Test was not an easy task for her.

Over the years she faced the interview board five times and was only successful the sixth time, whose results were declared on June 7.

She was among the 22 selected from all over the country and the only one from Madhya Pradesh.

Over 6 lakh students appeared for the exam.

Her father, Suresh Gangwal, who runs a tea stall at the Neemuch bus stand.

He said that his tea stall is now well known because of the daughter’s achievements.

He added that many have even come to congratulate him.

Aanchal has been asked to report at the Air Force Academy in Dundigul, Hyderabad, by June 30.

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