Arunima Sinha becomes world’s first woman amputee to climb highest peak of Antarctica

Highlights

  • Arunima Sinha, the first female amputee to have conquered Mt Everest, created yet another record as she became world’s first woman amputee to climb highest peak of Antarctica on Friday.
  • Sinha took to Twitter to share the information. “The wait is over we are glad to share with you The World record for World’s 1st woman amputee who climbed Mount Vinson (highest peak of Antarctica) has become to the name of our country India.

Arunima Sinha, the first female amputee to have conquered Mt Everest, created yet another record as she became world’s first woman amputee to climb highest peak of Antarctica on Friday. Sinha took to Twitter to share the information. “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. Thanks to all for their blessings and prayer. Jai Hind” Sinha wrote on the micro-blogging site.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was among the first people to congratulate her. “Excellent! Congratulations to @sinha_arunima for scaling new heights of success. She is the pride of India, who has distinguished herself through her hardwork and perseverance. Wishing her the very best for her future endeavours” the Prime Minister said.

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