Chhattisgarh breaks record of oldest women in the world

Do you know how many women have broken the record of being older than the oldest woman in the world as per Guinness Book of World record? Yes, Chhattisgarh breaks record of oldest women in the world. Chhattisgarh is a state in central India and below data is provided by the government of Chhattisgarh in reply to an individual who has filed an application under Right to Information (a law in Indian). Below is statistics of top 7 age range categories:

  • 6189 women are 114 years old
  • 6 women are 202 years old
  • 3 women are 212 years old
  • 2 women are 282 years old
  • 14 women are at least 300 years old
  • 7 women are at least 400 years old
  • 1 woman is 532 years old

However when verified with the government official, they agreed that the women’s mentioned was provided by them but this is mistake by default (difficult to understand what it means). Further the officer blamed that this was a mistake in the newly developed software. Its really shocking to know that the officers did not even try to correct it or notice this mistake before providing the information to the applicant. It appears that the Chhattisgarh government officials only came to know about it after applicant / media highlighted it.

Above information is in list of women to whom bicycle and sewing machine was distributed for free under Chhattisgarh government scheme.

Below is the video of the news report from Zee New TV channel (a Zee Media Corporation Ltd (ZMCL)) about Chhattisgarh breaks record of oldest women in the world:

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