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This is the story of Kinjal Singh, and her real-life story is not less than a Bollywood movie, where her dad was killed while she was little and her mum was pregnant with her little sister.
Read the struggle that she has gone through in her life...
Kinjal SINGH - A fiery IAS officer of the nation who literally does not care of any political lobbies
Her name is enough to send chills down the spine of even the most dishonorable ones. This is not a plot adapted from a Bollywood story but a real-life story that inspires the masses. In the year 1982, Kinjal's father, the Deputy Superintendent of Police KP Singh, was shot dead by his own colleague in Gonda (Uttar Pradesh). Kinjal was only six months old at that time when her father was killed and her sister was still in her mother's womb. DSP's last words were, "Please don't kill me. I have two little children".
Kinjal and her younger sister Pranjal sacrificed everything during their childhood days to continue their studies. Kinjal got admission in the prestigious Lady Shri Ram College in Delhi. During the 1st semester of graduation, Kinjal came to know that her mother was suffering from cancer and will soon die.
One day, Kinjal promised her mom that one day both the sisters will crack the UPSC examination. The confidence in her tone gave Vibha Devi the much-needed mental peace and she died a few days later. Kinjal had to return back to Delhi after two days of her mother's demise for her examination. Kinjal coped with all the difficulties and won the gold medal for becoming the topper in Delhi University.
After finishing her graduation, Kinjal called her younger sister Pranjal to Delhi and rented an apartment in Mukherjee Nagar. There, the two sisters started their preparation to crack the aforementioned examination. While other girls used to visit their friends and family at regular intervals, the sisters always remained focused on their studies and did not go to their hometown even during the festive season.
The sisters became each other's strength and inspired each other continuously. The results were announced and both the sisters cleared the examination in the same year. Kinjal Singh (IAS) and Pranjal Singh (IRS). Their determination shook the judiciary of India.
The Uttar Pradesh court gave death sentence to the three policemen charged with the murder of the DSP - KP Singh. After 31 years of struggle, on June 5th, 2013, the CBI special court in Lucknow gave the due punishment to all the 18 policemen responsible for the killing of DSP KP Singh. Kinjal has proved that daughters are no way less than sons, in every sense of the word.
Kinjal Singh's success is an inspiration to every Indian.