If you would be like to travel from Sri nagar to Kanyakumari than which states fall in this way of journey?
Me — sir, Jammu Kashmere, Punjab, rajasthan, madhya pradesh, andhrapradesh , tamilnaddu. ( I missed karnataka and this route was not exactly straight )
Govt of India is focusing on Ganga river only ?( First question directly related to my Name )
Me — sir , I think govt is not only considering this river but also focusing on other rivers under Intergrated river development programme , yes , somewhere govt is focusing because Ganga is well connected with religious aspect and also its basin covers 40 % of the productive land area.
3. From your Barmer district many people use to join the Army , than why you have not ?
Me — sir, from my village last year 2-3 students recruited for Indian Army . I also have tried through NDA,CDS,AFCAT but I couldn’t get through .
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