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“Faced multiple challenges, want to be independent in my life”: Insha Mushtaq

 "Faced multiple challenges, want to be independent in my life": Insha Mushtaq

Shopian, June 11: Recently qualified class 12th examination despite having lost eye-sight in 2016, Insha Mushtaq of south Kashmir's Shopian Sunday said that she has faced multiple challenges in cracking Higher Secondary Part-2 examination to make herself independent in futuristic days of her life.

Speaking exclusively to (KNS), Insha Mushtaq narrated her ordeal how she reached to the level of success. "I am very happy on qualifying class 12th exams. Given to my health issues I have faced multiple challenges during the period, but I didn't loose my courage. I stood firm and fought challenges energetically. I continued my studies and hardwork which finally led me to the success," Insha said.

Lauding her parents role, Insha said that she gives the credit of the success to her parents, teachers, mentors, friends and well wishers who supported her in odd times.

It is worthwhile to mention that 23-year-old Insha Mushtaq, who lost her vision due to pellet injuries in both eyes during 2016 protests, has passed her class 12th board examinations with flying colours. The results of the exam were declared on Friday and Insha Mushtaq, daughter of Mushtaq Lone of Sedow village of Shopian has secured 73 percent marks in the examination.

Insha also said that she don't want to become burden on her parents and said "I want to continue my studies so that I will become independent in my life". She also appealed to higher authorities to open special institutions for blind students and provide adequate training to them so that they will become independent in their futuristic days of life and earn livelihood in a dignified manner. (KNS)


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