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From fruit-selling to obtaining distinction, Ali Hamza stood second in Punjab Board

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SIALKOT: A teen-age fruit seller emerged a source of inspiration for young learners and for his senile parents after securing second standing in arts group (boys) in the annual matriculation examination.

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The result of intermediate and secondary exams was announced last week that reveals medal winner, who belongs to Daska city, Ali Hamza used to burn midnight oil to emerge distinguished. He expressed that he would like to continue his income generating work and would sell fruits on a cart to maintain his family and pursue higher education.

The vigilant child, who studied at the Government High School of Daska, expressed that he upheld and believed in greatness of hard work and the fruit business helped him feed his family and did not create impediments in study.

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“After getting my medal and prize, I came back straight to my cart and resumed day’s work,” said Hamza whose parents are physically suffering and unable to work.

“The prayers of my parents are always with me and I consider myself the richest person of the world,” the boy said.

Hamza also expressed his covets that he wants to become an engineer to serve the country. His family is exhilarated and number of people have paid them visit with sweet and bunch of gifts over this distinction of their son.

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