10 Jun 2023

Kashmir Girl Insha Mushtaq Who Lost Vision Due To Pellet Guns Clear Class 12 Exam With Flying Colours; This Is Her Message To All Visually Challenged People

Srinagar: Insha Mushtaq, who was lost her vision due to pellet guns during the 2016 summer agitation in the wake of the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani, has cleared the class 12 board examination with flying colours.

Now Insha wants to pursue her bachelor's degree and take coaching classes for the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) exam.


"I want to become an IAS officer so that I can become an example for all the visually challenged persons", said Insha.

Insha said she wants each one of the visually impaired person never to lose hope, to become self-sufficient and move ahead in life.


She obtained 319 marks out of 500 in the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education, the result for which were declared on Friday.


A resident of the Sedow area of Shopian in south Kashmir, 22-year-old Insha had cleared the Class 10 examination two years after losing her vision.


While everything around her looked dark, she never despaired. Her indomitable spirit and family support led her to achieve success, defying all odds.


Insha credits her success to her family

Insha has credited her success to her family.

Insha said after Class 10, she joined Delhi Public School, Srinagar and took a three-year courser in computers and English speaking. She told she qualified Class 11 in 2021 and has now qualified class 12.


"My family was determined that I study. They told me not to lose hope and courage, study and become independent," she said.

NGO helped her in her studies and rehabilitation


Insha, who had become the face of pellet victims to lose their vision, also expressed gratitude to Jammu and Kashmir Centre For Peace And Justice -- a non-governmental organisation for their support.


"JKCPJ director Nadir Ali supported me. They rehabilitated me from 2018, providing me education," she added.

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