Mawya Sudan, who hails from Jammu and Kashmir, has brought laurels to the state by becoming the first woman fighter pilot in the Indian Air Force (IAF) from Rajouri district. Maya is the first woman from Jammu and Kashmir to have the distinction of becoming a woman fighter pilot in the Air Force. 23-year-old Mavya is the country’s 12th and first woman fighter pilot of Rajouri.
Mavya Sudan, a resident of Lambadi village located in Nowshera in Rajouri, has been commissioned into the IAF (Indian Air Force) as a Flying Officer. In the presence of Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria, Maya participated as the only female fighter pilot in the passing out parade held at the Dundigal Air Force Academy in Hyderabad on Saturday.
Mavya’s father Vinod Sudan expressed happiness over his daughter’s achievement and said that I feel proud. Now she is not just our daughter but the daughter of this country. He said that we are getting continuous congratulatory messages since yesterday.
At the same time, sister Manyata Sudan told that Mavya used to dream of going to the Air Force since childhood. She always talked about flying a plane by becoming a fighter pilot. Today his dream came true. She always wanted to become a fighter pilot.
Manyata, who works in the post of JE in Shrimata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, says that this is just the beginning. Maya is getting the love of the people of the whole country. He said that everyone is treating her like their own daughter. She will achieve further success.
At the same time, Maya’s mother Sushma Sudan said that I am happy that she has worked so hard and achieved her goal. He has made us feel proud. Grandmother Pushpa Devi also showered love on the granddaughter and said that everyone in the village is happy with the news.
After receiving her early education at Carmel Convent School in Jammu, Mavya went to Chandigarh for further studies, from where she did her graduation in Political Science. Maya had passed the Indian Air Force entrance exam in the year 2020.
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