Parajumper Shital Mahajan skydives from 13,000 feet holding placard wishing Narendra Modi on his 68th birthday

Parajumper Shital Mahajan said that she has been waiting to meet Narendra Modi and hopes of getting a response following the jump.

Press Trust of India September 18, 2018 17:19:02 IST
Parajumper Shital Mahajan skydives from 13,000 feet holding placard wishing Narendra Modi on his 68th birthday

Mumbai: Indian parajumper Shital Mahajan jumped off a plane from a height of 13,000 feet holding a birthday message for Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Chicago, USA on Monday.

After the successful jump, 35-year-old Mahajan uploaded a video of her unique birthday greeting on social networking site Facebook.


Mahajan, a Padma Shri award winner, said she was trying to meet Modi for the last four years, but in vain.

"I have been trying to meet the prime minister for the last four years but received no response from his office. I am hopeful of getting some response after this jump," Mahajan said in a message on the internet.

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