Tribune News Service
Panipat, July 26
“It’s the happiest moment of my life when Prime Minister Narendra Modi said hello to me. I greeted him with Namaste sir,” mentioned Kritika Nandal, after participating within the ‘Mann ki Baat’ programme held on Sunday.
During the programme, the PM applauded Kritika’s efforts for attaining success and scoring 96 per cent within the medical stream of the CBSE Class XII exams this yr. A local of Mehrana village, Kritika was a pupil of DAV Police Public School, Panipat.
Wants to be physician
It’s my dream to develop into a physician. I’ll work laborious to attain my aim. With correct schooling and information, a physician can save many lives and that’s precisely what I purpose to do. —Kritika Nandal, Panipat resident
Kritika informed The Tribune that it was the perfect second of her life as from throughout the nation, the PM selected 4 college students to work together with and she or he was one among them. “We were asked to keep this a secret. We went to the NSG at Manesar and waited for the call for three to four hours. It was all worth it and I just can’t put my happiness into words,” Kritika mentioned.
“During the programme, the PM asked me about my inspiration, goals and dreams and his every word/suggestion will always be very important to me,” she added.
“It is a proud moment for us that the PM talked to my daughter. This was only due to her success,” mentioned Saroj, mom of Kritika.
She has not solely made her household proud, however has additionally introduced laurels to the village and the state, Saroj added. She mentioned: “Kritika studied hard to achieve her goal and also helps me in household chores. She helps her younger brother in studies too.”
Her father Vinod Singh handed away two years in the past as a consequence of mind haemorrhage. “I am managing the house by sewing clothes. We have a buffalo and a kiryana shop that is run by Kritika’s grandfather. My widow pension helps too,” she added.
Panipat (Rural) MLA Mahipal Dhanda, DC Dharmender Singh alongside along with his spouse Suman Bala and villagers visited Kritika’s home to congratulate her on her success.