Facing Hardship Anantnag Handicapped Youth Set Example for Others

Facing Hardship Anantnag Handicapped Youth Set Example for Others

Anantnag: A Handicapped youth namely Mudasir Ahamd Dar,son of Abdul Rehman Dar hails from Uranhall village in southern Kashmir’s Anantnag district has set an Example for Others in the District.
He is running a stationary shop in his locality to earn his livelihood and he feels satisfied with this work.
He is the youngest one among 5 siblings and is the only person in the family who is suffering from polio disease since childhood.
He has three elder sister’s and one brother before him who are all normal and are married.
His Father was working as a driver to eran livelihood for family.
Mudasir while exclusively talking to Kashmir Glacier, “Since childhood i am suffering from Polio.I got treatment from Srinagar hospital and presently my health has improved alot”Adding i walk with the support of crutches”.
After diagnosised with Polio Doctors have declared me 60% disable.
“I had faced lot of difficulties during my studies as i was not able to go school regularly. During college days i faced same difficulties and Finally i Completely my graduation from Government degree Collage Anantnag”,Mudasir While talking to Kashmir Glacier
He further said that he has done Data entry course from Industrial training institute (ITI) Anantnag after Completing his graduation.
Even having disability Mudasir Enjoyes to play cricket. Besides he also play Carrom.
“In my difficult times nobody helped me to stand. After lot of struggle with the help on my family members i started stationary shop and earn my livelihood”Mudasir Told Kashmir Glacier.
My Message to all Particularly Handicapped people is that they should Never give up. They should work hard and always works for achieving their goal.
He further said that working hard will make people Successful. They should recognize hard work behind the Success and not defense. Adding it is unfortunate that people in our society make difference between normal and Handicapped persons.


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