Havildar of Daredevils made a unique record, stood upside down on the ladder and rode the bike for 4.30 hours
The jawans of the Indian Army have always been appreciated for their unparalleled courage. On the one hand, the wonderful tales of indomitable valor of Indian soldiers in the battlefield can make anyone feel thrilled and proud. On the other hand, Indian soldiers keep on doing different feats.
In fact, Havildar Kesari Jena of the Daredevils team of Army Corps Signals has claimed that he climbed an 11-foot ladder without holding the handle and drove the motorcycle in the opposite direction for about four and a half hours.
Which is a world record. He has made this record in front of the judges of the High Court of MP and the officers of the army. Havildar Jena climbed the Cobra Ground by placing an 11-foot ladder on the rear side of the motorcycle.
After this, his motorcycle kept his back in the direction in which it was going and stood on the motorcycle and set this record by driving the motorcycle for about 4 hours 29 minutes 45 seconds. During this, Havildar Jena drove a total of 128 km of motorcycle.
Madhya Pradesh High Court Judge Sanjay Yadav and Justice Sujoy Paul, Lieutenant General Rajiv Sabharwal, senior army officers as well as many local people were present to see this record of Havildar Jena.
If the organizers are to be believed, till now there is no record in the world for riding a motorcycle like this. After setting the world record, Jena told that it is really difficult to ride a motorcycle by climbing the ladder and facing backwards. But before making this record, Jenna had practiced it several times.