Srinagar / New Delhi: A 30-year-old Iram Habib, a resident of Srinagar, won the first Kashmiri woman being a commercial pilot.
According to the report of the Indian newspaper, The Tribune, Iram Habib crossed several obstacles to fulfill his will, when he expressed his desire to become a pilot, she was told that a Kashmiri girl could never become a pilot. she had a 6-year period in pleasing his parents for acquiring because of his parents, in the field of disputes, did not make the women staying in Kashmir.
Iram Habib graduated from the University of Dera Dune and graduated from the University of Kashmir to agricultural science and technology. She said that during the time, the dream of blowing up the education ship was always with them. She trained the United States to blow up the ship, which in 2016 she returned to India to get a commercial pilot license.
In the United States, Iram Habib passed the air test after a hard work and received a 260 hour flight experience required for the license.