Inspirational: Tea seller’s son qualifies     JKAS 

   Aman Zutshi


Kashmir: Aabid Hussain son of a late tea seller resident of Udipora village in Handwara, Kashmir has qualified for the famed JKAS exam, today.

Interacting with the media, Mr Aabid Hussain said, “I would like to thank Almighty first and our result was declared yesterday’s night”.

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“My family and my mother are in euphoria because of my achievement. I have been receiving calls from my well wishers since yesterday”, Aabid said.

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“My father expired two years ago, he wanted me be a civil servant it was his dream, which I have fulfilled”, he added.

“My father used to encourage me to make my own identity in society and that’s why I prepared for JKAS and thus qualified it”, he said.

“He used to sell tea near a hospital”, Aabid said to the media.

“I choose to be a civil servant because I wanted to serve people and I will put all my efforts to implement govt run schemes on the ground level for the masses”, he remarked.

He added that he would try to ease predicaments of the local populace by being an administrator.

“I started preparation of JKAS exam four years ago, I followed advice of toppers, consulted internet and previous years papers which really helped in cracking this exam”, Aabid said.

“I would like to tell youngsters to never give up their dreams and should continue their struggle for their motives”, he commented.

“It was my father’s dream which I chased and now I will concentrate on my family and my job with sincerity”,  Aabid told media.