Union min Scindia meets the pilot brothers of Morena | Bhopal News

Bhopal: Union Minister of Civil Aviation Jyotiraditya M Scindia on Monday met the three “pilot brothers” from Morena district in Madhya Pradesh as well as their father Amritlal in his Delhi office and assured them of everything possible support.
“We are overwhelmed after meeting Scindia ji. It was like a dream come true. He gave us a new lease of life, ”Amritlal said, speaking to TOI after meeting with the Union Minister.
Scindia also tweeted a photo with three pilots saying that the struggle and success of this Morena family is a matter of pride and inspiration for us. “A daily wagering dad played an important role in educating his children and training them as pilots,” Scindia tweeted.
“His eldest son Ajay is making a flight simulator for the country. My greetings to the confidence and courage of his father, ”he added while sharing TOI’s story on Amritlal’s struggle.
Amritlal and his three sons – Capt Ajay, Deepak and Vijay were invited by Scindia to his office. “We are grateful to the Minister for giving us the opportunity to meet with him in person. It is a great pleasure for us. He asked me to be in contact with him and assured me of all possible assistance in my research, ”said Capt Ajay.
Madhya Pradesh BJP President VD Sharma has also taken it to social media. “Inspiring. It is the result of the hard work of a workforce based in Morena that today her three sons are pilots, ”Sharma tweeted.
TOI had reported how the Daily Bet Amritlal, 54, who worked with all his heart to get his sons to flight school, and how one of them developed a homemade flight simulator. Today, Amritlal is heavily in debt with student loans and money borrowed for his studies. A small piece of land they owned is mortgaged with a usurer. But Amritlal is at peace because his sons have taken on the responsibility of paying back the dues. All three are professional pilots.
For decades, Amritlal, from Morena District in Madhya Pradesh, has done odd jobs in an attempt to give wings to his sons’ dreams. He recently moved into a rented house in Bhopal with his eldest son, Captain Ajay Singh, 28, who has been working on a DIY simulator for five years.
Unable to pilot an aircraft during containment, Ajay devoted his energy to building the simulator cockpit to fuel his passion for flight. Flying clubs nationwide import such simulators for over Rs 1 crore per unit, but it has built one at a third of the cost, he says. It is his contribution to the dream of an Atmanirbhar Bharat, Ajay said.


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