As per latest reports, Aanchal Gangwal has got selected in the flying arm of the Indian Air Force (IAF). The 24-year-old girl from Neemuch region in the state of Madhya Pradesh is ready to become a fighter pilot.
The proud daughter of a tea seller stated that she got inspiration from the rescue task conducted by the Indian Army in the 2013 floods in the state of Uttarakhand.
While talking on what encouraged her to follow this big dream, she told media people, "When I was in Class 12, I was inspired with Armed Forces' rescue operations during Uttarakhand flood. So I decided to join defence."
Aanchal Gangwal is the only applicant to pass out the administrative test in the state that took place in 2018.
She also said that passing out the Air Force Common Admission Examination was not a simple mission.
During the last few years, Aanchal Gangwal confronted the interview panel five times and got success during the sixth term, whose outcomes got announced on June 7.
According to MP CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan has also passed on special wishes to the hardworking girl for her "determination and strength of character".
In his special post on Twitter, Shivraj Singh Chauhan wrote, "It takes a lot of perseverance & determination to tread a new path. MP's daughter Aanchal Gangwal from Neemuch has proved this with her achievement. She is one among the 6 lakh applicants who vied for 22 posts of flying branch of @IAF_MCC & made it successfully. Congratulations!"
Her dad, Suresh Gangwals stated, "Now everyone in the area knows about my 'Namdev tea stall' and I feel very happy when people come and congratulate me."
Her dad never let his financial state thwart schooling of his three kids.
"I took a loan to send Aachal for coaching in Indore and also financed my elder son's engineering. My youngest daughter is in Class 12," he also said.
The proud girl has been ordered to join the Air Force Academy in Dundigul, Hyderabad, by June 30.