If freshly elevated, then no floor seems to be far away. An army soldier has made this saying. Army soldier Naik Velu P started the 4300 km long run from Kashmir to Kanyakumari (Kashmir to Kanyakumari 4300 km long run). (Guinness Book of World Records) is to be made. Velu will run 70 to 100 km daily and will try to achieve the goal in 50 days.
To make his 30th birthday very memorable, Velu has set out to complete the journey from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. Velu aims to include his name in the Guinness Book of World Records with this race. He will cover a distance of 4,300 km within 50 days. In June last year, Indian soldier Velu became the first Indian ultra-runner to cover a distance of 1600 km in just 17 days.
This achievement of Velu is in the process of being included in the Asian record. He is called ultra-runner, who runs more than a kilometer distance than a traditional marathoner. Army PRO Lt. Col. Abhinav Navneet in Udhampur said that Velu is trying to make the Guinness World Record by completing 4300 km distance between Kashmir to Kanyakumari in just 50 days. Started from
Velu’s birthday is on 21 April. In order to increase the enthusiasm of Velu, people ran a 5-kilometer flag with the tricolor in their hands. To cover the distance of thousands of kilometers from Kashmir to Kanyakumari in just 50 days, Velu will run 70-100 kilometers daily and will pass through many big states, cities and towns.
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