Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh’s Daughter Suhasini Created History, Rafting Expedition Completed In One Go


Suhasini Shekhawat Rafting, MP from Jodhpur, Rajasthan and daughter of Union Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, has set a new record by crossing the inaccessible high places of Ganga, Brahmaputra and Indus river in one trip. Suhasini is the first Indian daughter to do so.

Jodhpur. Rajasthan’s daughter Suhasini Shekhawat has made a new record in her name. Suhasini has crossed the inaccessible high places of the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Indus rivers where there is a severe shortage of oxygen (the record Suhasini Singh Shekhawat creates) in a single trip. Suhasini is the first Indian daughter to do so. Suhasini is the daughter of MP from Jodhpur and Union Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat.

BJP division media chief Achal Singh Mertia said that on Thursday, Suhasini led the team of ‘Indus Calling Campaign’. Under this, Suhasini has completed the longest rafting expedition ever on the Indus River. This campaign started from Manesar near the Indo-China border and concluded near Kargil on the Indo-Pak border.

Minister Gajendra Singh’s daughter Suhasini created history.

Union Minister Shekhawat shared the information about Suhasini’s rafting campaign by tweeting. He said that Suhasini’s dreams (Suhasini singh Shekhawat Rafting) are different. He is not afraid of difficulties. She keeps on displaying the self-confidence and talent of the daughters of India. His courage sometimes stuns me. Daughters grow up and fulfill their father’s life journey with new hopes. I see myself in it.

Suhasini Shekhawat is a Post Graduate in Political Science. He has done Diploma in Advance Leadership from Oxford. Suhasini is very interested in sports and she is also an excellent shooter. In the year 2019, Suhasini was also a part of the 31-day ‘Ganga Invitation Campaign’. He covered a distance of 2500 km from Devprayag in Uttarakhand to Gangasagar in West Bengal through rafting. In the year 2021, Suhasini had participated in the 917 km long Brahmaputra Invitational expedition and did river rafting from Geling, Arunachal Pradesh to Asmaralga in Assam.

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