Dr. Arunima Makes India Proud Once Again, After Everest She Sets A New Record Of World’s 1st Woman Amputee To Climb Mt Vinson

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Published by Shifa Naz on 04 Jan 2019

How does it feel when you create some records. I guess the feeling is of reaching the sky and the moon. The same is the story of Arunima Sinha who became the first female who has gone through the amputation, jumped the Mount Vinson, which is the highest peak of Antarctica. The lady in 2013, was also the world’s first woman amputee to climb Mount Everest. The Indian mountaineer has made us all proud by setting first of it’s kind.

She took to her official account and wrote, “The wait is over we are glad to share with you The World record World’s 1st woman amputee who climbed Mount Vinson (highest peak of Antarctica) has become to the name of our country India. Thank’s to all for their blessings and pray Jai Hind.”

Around 6 to 7 hours ago, the respectable Prime Minister wrote a congratulatory note to the lady for her deeds, the tweets read as, “Excellent! Congratulations to Arunima Sinha for scaling new heights of success. She is the pride of India, who has distinguished herself through her hard work and perseverance. Wishing her the very best for her future endeavors.”

After that, the organization, Jindal Steel and Power got delighted with the achievement and wrote, “Arunima Sinha becomes the world’s first woman amputee to scale Mount Vinson, the highest peak of Antarctica.
Congratulations sinha_arunima. Hats off to your courage, strength, motivation. You made the Nation proud again.”

The lady reverted back the tweet and wrote, “Thank you so much to JSPL Corporate. It’s my honor to be appreciated by the team of MPNaveenJindal who fight for the Indian flag in their own way.”

The chief minister of Nagaland expressed his thought for the lady and tweets, “Padma Shri Awardee sinha_arunima, the world’s first woman amputee to climb Mount Everest has now conquered Mount Vinson, making her the world’s first woman amputee to scale the highest peak in Antarctica. Heartiest congratulations to you. May you continue to inspire.”

Kudos to the lady, we admire her from the core of our heart.

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