At 23, Anupriya didn’t wish to proceed along with her engineering. Subsequently, she give up school and enrolled in an aviation institute.
Anupriya Lakra made her dream a actuality to develop into a pilot on the age of 27. The woman, hailing from Malkangiri district, a Maoist-hit in Odisha, additionally grew to become the primary feminine pilot from the distant district.
At 23, Anupriya didn’t wish to proceed along with her engineering. Subsequently, she give up school and enrolled in an aviation institute. 5 years later, she is the primary feminine pilot from her district. Anupriya studied her matriculation at a convent in Malkangiri and her increased secondary at a faculty in Semiliguda, Instances of India stories.
Mariniyas Lakra, Anuupriya’s father, a Halvidar within the Odisha Police, proudly stated that his daughter can be becoming a member of a non-public airline because the co-pilot.
“I am very proud of my daughter. Since childhood, she wanted to make it big in life and today she has succeeded in doing so. All the credit goes to her hard work and to her mother who stood by her through thick and thin,” her father was quoted as saying to TOI.
“Though we faced severe financial constraints, we never allowed that to come in the way of our children’s education. I allowed my daughter to chase her dream and supported her all through. I will urge all parents to support their daughters and the choices they make in life and career,” stated Anupriya’s mom, Jimaj, a homemaker.
Anupriya’s accolades additionally grabbed the eye of Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik who congratulated on her feat, which she achieved with plenty of exhausting work. The CM tweeted, “I am happy to learn about the success of Anupriya Lakra. The success achieved by her through dedicated efforts and perseverance is an example for many.”