PESHAWAR: "Utilizing sticks and supports to go to a close-by school has been appalling activity for me at the end of the day, my endeavors has borne natural product," said physically tested Malik Faisal, who stood first in the humanities bunch in Secondary School Certificate examinations in Abbottabad.
He advised Dawn that he needed to proceed with his instruction however expected that absence of assets could hamper his fantasies.
"Haripur city is 26 kilometers far from our town and I can't go there to go to school on regular schedule. My folks are excessively poor, making it impossible to manage the cost of inn costs. I wish to meet Imran Khan," he said.
Malik Faisal said that he was appreciative to Chief Minister Pervez Khattak for giving him Rs500, 000 money grant and a portable workstation. In any case, he asked for the legislature to augment him full backing for school and college instruction.
A motivation for every one of the understudies, he said that handicap shouldn't influence anybody's training if will was there.
"My brain is entirely crisp like any typical individual and I need to wind up a fruitful man in future," he included.
Faisal acquired 810 stamps and stood first in six regions which demonstrated his determination. His senior sibling Malik Fahad likewise experiences the same genetic type of infection because of which they utilize bolsters for day by day work.
Faisal said that he was grateful to his relatives for their backing. "My mom, sibling and uncle thought me a great deal. My dad helped me to get to schools in time. Father used to bring me on shoulder when I got drained," he included.
He said that moving around with the assistance of supports was troublesome yet Almighty Allah allowed him the quality to persevere through those cruel times. "Achievement comes after diligent work," he included.
An understudy of Government High School Chajjian, Haripur, Faisal, fifteen and half years old, had a tiring routine due to his handicap because of which it was a Herculean assignment to travel two furlong consistently however his dad said that he was a casual man.
"My entire family was overpowered when I let them know that Faisal topped Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Abbottabad," Mohammad Aslam, a smalltime agriculturist, told Dawn.
He is hopeful that his child would turn into a fruitful man in future in the event that he is bolstered fiscally. "One of my three girls had done FSc however we didn't have cash to hold up under expense of further instruction and she sat unmoving in home," he included.
Mr Aslam said that both his children were influenced by a comparative illness which wasn't reparable. "The specialists, who hospitalized them in Pakistan Institute of Medical Science, Islamabad, have inferred that the malady has no cure," he said.
He said that at first they were alluded to physiotherapists however the shortcoming in upper and lower appendages didn't die down.
He reviewed how his child passed restless evenings to get positions and did right by him of his whirlwind of achievements.