By Our Staff Reporter
Dehradun, 28 Feb: The flag of Graphic Era Deemed University has reached the highest peak of the African continent, Mt Kilimanjaro.
SDRF constable Rajendra Singh Nath hoisted the flag of Graphic Era after successfully climbing this mountain peak. After this big success, Preeti Malla of Uttarakhand Police left, today, to conquer the peak.
President, Graphic Era Educational Group, Dr Kamal Ghanshala handed over the Graphic Era flag to mountaineer Preeti Malla and flagged her off with best wishes for success.
SDRF jawan Rajendra Singh Nath has set a new record by conquering MT Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain peak of the African continent, twice, within three days. Rajendra hoisted the flag of Graphic Era along with the Tricolor after having climbed the 5895 metres high peak.
He expressed his gratitude to Graphic Era, today, and especially Dr Kamal Ghanshala, for extending support to him in achieving this milestone.
Constable Rajendra Singh Nath conquered this mountain for the first time on 24 February at 5.20 a.m. Despite the adverse weather, Rajendra Singh achieved this great success by covering 16 kilometres in nine hours. After this, on 26 February, he again conquered this summit, which is a record.
Uttarakhand Police constable Preeti Mall is preparing to hoist the flag of Graphic Era on this summit on Women’s Day. Dr Kamal Ghanshala said that Rajendra Singh had made the SDRF, Uttarakhand and Graphic Era proud.
Rajendra Singh Nath had earlier hoisted the flag of Graphic Era on 17 August, 2021 by conquering Mount Elubrus (5642 metres), the highest mountain peak in Europe.