Kumar has successfully reached the South Pole after covering 111 Km of walking on the snow. She also carried equipment weighing 35 Kilograms along with her. She has already scaled the top six mountain peaks of the six continents of the globe.
Kumar reached the South Pole on January 13 where she unfurled the National and Itbp flags.
— IPS Association (@IPS_Association) January 15, 2019
The ITBP officials welcomed Kumar at the Indira Gandhi International Airport on Saturday. The women band of ITBP presented the welcome tunes and a bouquet to Kumar.
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Ms Aparna kumar IPS, DIG, Frontier HQ ITBP Dehradun being welcomed by ITBP officials at IGI Airport, New Delhi today. She is the1st IPS and ITBP #women officer to reach to the South Pole. #Himveers
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and chief minister Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath also conveyed their appreciations to the officer.
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