Garima Abrol, the wife of late Indian Air Force (IAF) pilot Samir Abrol who died in a Mirage crash earlier this year in February, has cleared the Services Selection Board (SSB) in Varanasi and may soon be eligible to join the forces.
Garima does not want to let her husband’s memories go with her. She wants to keep her legacy alive. So she is also joining the Air Force. The interview was conducted by the Air Force Selection Board in Varanasi. Garima has passed the interview taken by the service selection board. In 2020, she is joining the Air Force Academy. In Dundigal.
Swapnil Pandey is a writer. He interviewed dignity. He shared his conversation through a Facebook post. Swapnil asks Garima about her decision to join the Air Force. Garima said: “I want to see life from my husband’s perspective. I want to extend his legacy. Wearing a uniform will give me the purpose to live. “
Swapnil says that many of us give up the desire to live when a chance comes out of our hands. On the other side, this woman is. Who did not waste his life? Rather hard. Wiped her tears and moved forward. For her husband. People should take inspiration from such women. We should tell our daughters about such women. She has risen above fighting difficulties. Has chosen a right path We should think of such women as fake celebrities, not fake celebrities.