Three girls from Charkhi Dadri become drivers on Dtc

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In Charkhi Dadri, the daughters were trained in heavy vehicle driving, now the direction of the DTC buses will be stopped. These daughters have worked to change the mindset of society by becoming professional drivers of heavy vehicles.

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Three girls from the district, who used to hear teasing while learning to drive a tractor, will now go for a DTC bus ride in the capital Delhi because of their courage. After graduating from Charkhi Dadri, Haryana, the three daughters have joined DTC (Delhi Transport Corporation) as drivers. These daughters have done the work of changing the mindset of society by becoming professional drivers of heavy vehicles and have shown that daughters can also fulfill the responsibility in all areas as sons.
Sharmila, a resident of Akhtyarpura village in the district, Bharti, a resident of Misri, and Babita Dhawan, a resident of Mauri, have become drivers at DTC. He has trained in heavy vehicle driving at Charkhi Dadri Road Training School. Babita 2016, Bharti 2018 and Sharmila, residents of Mauri, completed their training in the 2019 batch. the farm. He is now very happy to join DTC. All three are currently training.

The three daughters explained that at first, when they learned to ride a bicycle and a tractor, they heard people’s taunts. People used to say in their faces that this work is for men and not for women. He continued his training ignoring these taunts. His struggle has now yielded positive results. These daughters say that when those who make fun of them praise the driver, they feel happy. Not only that, these daughters have also shown other daughters the option of employment in the driving line.

The compulsion gave direction to the three daughters, a professional driver made with passion

1- Sharmila learned to ride a bike to take her sick son to the hospital
Sharmila, originally a resident of Mahendragarh, married in the village of Akhtyarpura. Sharmila said that once the son got sick and her husband did not know how to ride a bike. The son had to be rushed to the hospital. After going together for a day or two, the acquaintances also refused. After that he decided to learn cycling. After learning the bike, the idea came to drive a heavy vehicle, after arriving at the road school, he did a training and now he has joined DTC as a driver.

2- Babita was sitting in the tractor seat to help her father farming.
Babita, a resident of Mauri, said her younger brother is in the army, while her father is a farmer. He had learned to tractor to help his father in farming. After that, he learned to drive a bus by training to get a heavy license. After that, he chose to drive as a profession. He tried a job at DTC and has now joined. Babita said the training will be over soon.

3- The family should not miss the son, so Bharti became a driver to get a job
Bharti, a resident of Misri, will also run a DTC bus on the capital’s roads soon. Bharti said she has five sisters while she does not have a brother. The family did not miss the son, so he thought of helping the family to light the stove as a driver. Bharti said he had trained to drive a bus in the 2018 batch and is now training in DTC.

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Three girls from the district, who used to hear teasing while learning to drive a tractor, will now go for a DTC bus ride in the capital Delhi because of their courage. After graduating from Charkhi Dadri, Haryana, the three daughters have joined DTC (Delhi Transport Corporation) as drivers. These daughters have done the work of changing the mindset of society by becoming professional drivers of heavy vehicles and have shown that daughters can also fulfill the responsibility in all areas as sons.

Sharmila, a resident of Akhtyarpura village in the district, Bharti, a resident of Misri, and Babita Dhawan, a resident of Mauri, have become drivers at DTC. He has trained in heavy vehicle driving at Charkhi Dadri Road Training School. Babita 2016, Bharti 2018 and Sharmila, residents of Mauri, completed their training in the 2019 batch. the farm. He is now very happy to join DTC. All three are currently training.

The three daughters explained that at first, when they learned to ride a bicycle and a tractor, they heard people’s taunts. People used to say in their faces that this work is for men and not for women. He continued his training ignoring these taunts. His struggle has now yielded positive results. These daughters say that when those who make fun of them praise the driver, they feel happy. Not only that, these daughters have also shown other daughters the option of employment in the driving line.

The compulsion gave direction to the three daughters, a professional driver made with passion

1- Sharmila learned to ride a bike to take her sick son to the hospital

Sharmila, a resident of Mahendragarh, originally married in the village of Akhtyarpura. Sharmila said that once the son got sick and her husband did not know how to ride a bike. The son had to be rushed to the hospital. After going together for a day or two, the acquaintances also refused. After that he decided to learn cycling. After learning the bike, the idea came to drive a heavy vehicle, after arriving at the road school, he did a training and now he has joined DTC as a driver.

2- Babita was sitting in the tractor seat to help her father farming.

Babita, a resident of Mauri, said her younger brother is in the army, while her father is a farmer. He had learned to tractor to help his father in farming. After that, he learned to drive a bus by training to get a heavy license. After that, he chose to drive as a profession. He tried a job at DTC and has now joined. Babita said the training will be over soon.

3- The family should not miss the son, so Bharti became a driver to get a job

Bharti, a resident of Misri, will also run a DTC bus on the capital’s roads soon. Bharti said she has five sisters while she does not have a brother. The family did not miss the son, so he thought of helping the family to light the stove as a driver. Bharti said he had trained to drive a bus in the 2018 batch and is now training in DTC.

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