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MP: Tea seller's daughter Anchal Gangwal flies high, becomes IAF officer

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 23 June 2020 ()
Obstacles cannot stop a person from realising dreams if one has the determination, and this has been proved by 24-year-old Anchal Gangwal, a tea seller's daughter who recently joined the Indian Air Force as Flying Officer. She was commissioned into the Indian Air Force (IAF) a few days back, but it was not an easy journey for her as sometimes her father did not even have the money to pay for her education fees.
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