Chandigarh, April 8, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
Haryana Police Sub-Inspector Anita Kundu, who conquered Mount Everest from both Nepal and China side, today called on the Director General of Police (DGP), Haryana, Sh. Manoj Yadava and apprised him about her next mountaineering expedition at ‘Mount Lhotse’. Lahotse is the 4th highest peak in the world with a height of 8516 meters.
Congratulating the officer, the DGP said that Anita will once again bring laurels to the state and Haryana Police by hoisting the tricolor at the Lhotse peak of Nepal. Encouraging the officer, he also conveyed best wishes for her upcoming expedition.
The DGP also handed over the Haryana Police flag to Anita, which she will hoist at the peak.
Anita will embark on a new journey on April 10 to achieve a new goal. She will leave for Kathmandu from New Delhi and will lead a team consisting of 10 mountaineers from all over the world. Their expedition will be about 50 to 60 days. There will be five camps from the base camp to the top. The new mission of Anita, who has hoisted the tricolor on the peaks of 7 continents including Mount Everest, is to conquer the Lhotse peak.
Anita, a recipient of Tenzing Norgay National Adventure Award also thanked the DGP for boosting the morale of sportspersons of the police force.
It is worthwhile to mention that Anita has scaled peaks in seven continents including Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe, Antarctica and South America. She has scaled Mount Everest from both Nepal and China side. Apart from this, she has also undertaken a number of successful expeditions across the globe.
Recently, she was also selected as Expedition Leader to twin peaks of ‘Gangotri’ and ‘Rudugaira’ in Uttrakhand.