Udaipur Jagdeep Dhankar Wanted To Join The Army, Know His Story ANN


Udaipur News: Voting is going on for the post of Vice President of the country. In the race is Jagdeep Dhankar from NDA and Margaret Alva from the opposition. Let us tell you that the voting for this started at 10 am which will continue till 5 pm. That’s why today we are going to introduce you to Jagdeep Dhankar, who lived in Jhunjhunu of Chittorgarh district of Rajasthan. Jagdeep Dhankar wanted to join the army from the very beginning, so he took admission in Sainik School in Chittorgarh in class 5. After which he started living in the Sanga House hostel of the school and the warden of this hostel is going to tell you some special things about him today.

How was Jagdeep Dhankar in studies? ,

Senior teacher Harpal Singh Rathi, who retired from Chittorgarh Sainik School, told that, I was the warden of Sanga House Hostel of Sainik School. In the year 1962, Jagdeep Dhankar was admitted to class 5th and passed out in 1969. He studied here till 11th standard. He was a very meritorious student. Twice a year, parents used to get reports of children, Jagdeep used to either come first in the class or second. He had a very good grip on Mathematics and English subjects. The big thing is that his elder brother Kuldeep Dhankar was one class ahead of him, but many times Jagdeep used to help him in education. Not only this, his writing was so good that everyone was shocked to see.

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Got selected in NDA, but got out because of this

Teacher Rathi further told that, along with studies, he was always ahead in other activities as well. Internal championships were held in the school itself. Once that general championship was won by Sanga House. In which Jagdeep had a big contribution. He was also selected in the National Defense Academy but had to drop out due to lack of farsightedness. Then he went to Jaipur and did law. He has also been a good lawyer along with MLA, MP and Governor.

Social work still happening at home

Teacher Rathi further told that, he is a resident of a small village in Jhunjhunu. Today he also has a house here where social work is done. Here women come to learn sewing and many other tasks are also done with them. Which he himself bears. Still Jagdeep comes here many times. He also told that he is still connected to me and talks happen in messages. He has also invited me for the upcoming swearing-in ceremony.

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