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Sufiya khan will run from Kashmir to Kanyakumari for Run for Hope Mission | Sufia will run from Kashmir to Kanyakumari; Will cover 4035 km in 100 days

Ultra runner Sufia Khan started running for fitness two years ago
They will deliver the message of HOPE during this run, will go to 22 cities in the country.

Sports desk Rajasthan's ultra runner Sufia Khan will start her Run for Hope mission from Thursday (April 25th). During this Sufia will run from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. 33-year-old Sufia will run for 100 days. During this time they will cover the distance of 4035 km. Sufia will run around 50 km daily. This run will be in five steps. Sufia will go to 22 cities in the country and meet the people there, they will give a message of brotherhood, unity, peace and equality.

Sufia said, "If this is my successful run for Hope mission, I would feel that the message that I wanted to deliver to the people of the country reached them. My effort would be to give a message of positiveity to the people of this country. I have prepared for Delhi, I will reach Srinagar on Tuesday. One day after rest, I will start running from Thursday. "

'Duty Officer in Aviation Industry'
He said, "I am a resident of Ajmer in Rajasthan, when my father was 16 years old, my father had died, mother gave us three siblings, my dream was to fly and skyrocket. I studied air hostess. After that, I also worked as a Duty Officer in the aviation industry in Delhi for 10 years. "

'Could not give due to health and fitness on office'
Sufia further said, "I did not play any game before, our office timing always changed, so I could not focus on health and fitness, I started running for fitness two years ago. Running, Running, After some time it became my passion, Running made me physically strong and gave me mental strength too, it helped me to deal better with life's troubles. Help. "

'720 km distance completed in 16 days'
He said, "After some time, I started taking part in running events. I completed 720 km of the Great Indian Golden Triangle (Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Delhi) in 16 days in 16 days. The first lady to complete the fast was made Ultra Runner, my name was entered in the Indian Book of Records, after which I have not seen the following. "

'Job left to focus on running'
Sufia said, "I left the job so that I could focus on running, the family also supported me in it, and then I decided to do something for the country, so I decided to start the Run for Hope mission. There are many problems like hatred, hostility, terrorism, religious frenzy and unemployment in the country. In today's race, we enjoy cultural, humanity, brotherhood as well as respect each other. Have been taken. "

'No religion beyond humanity'
He said, "I want to give a message of HOPE (Humanity, Oneness, Peace and Equality) brotherhood, unity, peace and equality through this run, there is no religion more than humanity, along with the development of the country, brotherhood, Maintaining unity, peace and equality is important, so we should not forget Indian culture. "

'Name will be recorded in Guinness Book of Records'
Sufia said, "If I finish this run then my name will be registered in the Guinness Book of Records but my purpose is not to achieve personal achievement, but during this run I have been given the responsibility of different cultures and religions of the country Many local running and cycling groups will also join me in big cities during the run. "

'No big spacer found yet'
He said, "Although I have not got any big sponsor for this run yet, I have got an offer of 2-3 lakh, but more money will be required to complete the run, but I will definitely finish this run. I live in Delhi, I do training in the park near the house and do not take any diet separately. When I take part in long running events, I increase the amount of carbohydrate and protein in the food. "

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