- Jyoti Kumari cycled 1200 kms from Gurugram to Bihar with her father on the pillion
- She has been praised by many including the Cycle Federation of India giving her a trial
- Real life Anand Kumar has offered something as well
Recently a story picked up the pace and went viral. The story is of a girl named Jyoti Kumai who cycled her way from Gurugram to Bihar with her father sitting behind on the pillion. Many people and organisations praised her feat with Cycle Federation of India even offering her a shot at the official cycling trial which will be held once soon.
Following this, the real life Anand Kumar, Founder of Super 30, has come forward and offered the miracle girl the option to enrol herself in his program if she wishes to do so in the future.
Anand Kumar took it to Twitter to share the news writing that his brother Pranav visited Jyoti and her father and personally offered them this opportunity. He wrote, “#Bihar daughter #jyotikumari has set an example by paddling all the way from #Delhi carrying her father on a bicycle, covering an unimaginable 1200 kms. Yesterday, my brother @Pranavsuper30 met her. If she would like to prepare for #IIT in future she is welcome to the #super30.”
#Bihar daughter #jyotikumari has set an example by paddling all the way from #Delhi carrying her father on a bicycle, covering an unimaginable 1200 kms. Yesterday, my brother @Pranavsuper30 met her. If she would like to prepare for #IIT in future she is welcome to the #super30 pic.twitter.com/PMhsMvhDwn— Anand Kumar (@teacheranand) May 25, 2020
15 year old Jyoti Kumari showed her excellence when she cycled close to 1,200 kilometres from Gurugram to Bihar. Both Jyoti and her father were stranded in Gurugram when the nationwide lockdown was imposed to curb the spread of the novel Coronavirus.
The lockdown left the 15 year old with no other choice but to cycle all the way to her native place in Bihar which took her 7 days.
This incident has truly opened the door with great opportunities for Jyoti. Earlier, Onkar Singh, Chairman of Cycling Federation of India said that if Jyoti would pass their trial then she will be selected as a trainee at the National Cycling Academy at the IGI Stadium complex in Delhi. Singh also said that if Jyoti is interested in this opportunity, she will not worry about her travel and other expenses as they will be taken care of.