Excellent Achievement In Matriculation Of A Student Who Sells Syrup And Sponsors Home


Huzaifa from Multan has proved that his passion for knowledge does not accept any obstacle and if his intentions are high, he can reach every destination. Huzaifa's father has passed away and he has been carrying the burden of supporting his mother and 4 younger siblings for the last 5 years. Huzaifa Malik is now doing pre-medical from a private college on a scholarship.

Social Media impacts the life of Huzaifa to a Good Change

The photo and video of Huzaifa with a smiling face selling syrup has gone viral on social media and his hard work, courage and ability are being appreciated by consumers.

This intelligent and hardworking student of Multan dreams of becoming a doctor when he grows up and serving the country and the nation.

An orphan student who sold liquor in Multan and supported his family set a new example by getting excellent marks in the matriculation examination. Promising student Huzaifa Malik has scored 1050 marks out of 1100 in the 2019 Multan Board Matriculation Examinations.

With a gleam in his eye and a smile on his face, this brave boy from Multan also sold sherbet and supported his five siblings. Even after the death of his father 5 years ago, Huzaifa Malik did not give up. Even difficult circumstances could not dampen the spirit of Muhammad Huzaifa and he continued his studies. His hard work has been paid off very genuinely as Huzaifa is now getting Pre-Medical education in a private college on scholarship with the aim of becoming a doctor.

Assistance to be provided by Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal

Huzaifa Malik's uncles say his dream of becoming a doctor could come true if the government solves his financial problems. When Huzaifa Malik's deed went viral on social media, Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal has assured to bear the educational expenses.

Appreciation by the Multan Commissioner Shaanul Haq

Meanwhile, Multan Commissioner Shaanul Haq paid homage to 16-year-old Huzaifa Malik and made him his guest. On behalf of the Punjab Chief Minister, the Commissioner presented 20,000 cash prize and a bouquet to the student.

Shaan-ul-Haq said on the occasion that he was proud to host the bright student, who has made a name for himself through hard work. The talented student proved that the wealth of education is not the heritage of any particular class. He said that Punjab government would provide all facilities to make the future of Huzaifa country bright.

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