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Dheemant becomes youngest driver ever to compete Mughal rally
JAMMU, July 13: Dheemant Vir Singh is just 19 and at this age he has added too many feathers in his cap! He is the youngest driver ever to compete in the Mughal rally, he is also the first person to represent Jammu in the rally as well and the instance when he let go of his winning position to help a friend in need during the race, it made him a winner in the truest sense!

Son of Shri Raghubir Singh, IPS and Smt Bhawna Singh, this young gun is full of aspirations and dreams. A second year student at Government Degree College Paloura. Dheemant wants to represent Jammu and Kashmir at the national and international level rallies in the long run. However, he hasn't let go of his studies to follow his passion. A dexterous student, he wishes to become an IPS officer and serve in the police force like his father, whom he sees as his role model.

Dheemant braved the tough terrain and near-zero visibility as he participated in the Mughal Rally. The fact that he did not shy away from admitting that he was scared during this time speaks volumes about his fine character. However, he feels that these conditions could have been tackled in a better manner by the administration at the Mughal Rally.

When asked how he practices to maintain his speed before the rally, this speed racer narrated a rather interesting incident! He used to take his gypsy to River Tawi and test its endurance in 2-3 feet deep water. Such was histenacity!

Dheemant has made his parents proud by outshining others in the Mughal rally despite being of such a young age and he also claims that without the constant support of his parents he would never have reached this place. His only message to his city is that more and more youngsters from Jammu should participate in the rally so that people across the globe know about Jammu's rich potential.

News Updated at : Saturday, July 13, 2013
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