Kulgam : ioktimes : Were it was a pleasure and party for Parents whose kids Passed tenth examination on Saturday, there was Pain and despair for Bhat family in Balsoo village of Yaripora in southern Kashmir’s Kulgam district, who’ve lost their son even before he could be a matriculate.
The family living in penury provided best possible education to their son regardless of all odds and had waited for this moment all alongside their life.
Nouman Ashraf, 14, the youngest among the three sons of the woodcutter father did not let his parents down and sucessfully passed the exam securing 284 marks.
However, he lies buried in the graveyard based barely 200 meters from his house.
His father Ashraf Bhat visited the grave of his son and broke down: “Oh my son get up. You have got passed in 10th regular. Your mother is ready at house with chocolates and almonds,” Bhat is heard as pronouncing with eyes moist.
Nouman was once killed by forces for the duration of protests close an encounter in Batigund-Kaprin village in Shopian district on November 25.
Six Hizb ul-Mujahideen militants have been killed within the encounter that day.
As soon as the news spreaded here in that essentially the most loved militant of the area Umar Majid Ganai used to be holed up in a village in Shopian, Noman had left his dwelling within the wee hours driving his motor-bike amid biting bloodless.
He travelled some 30 Kilometers to arrive the spot where in a apartment a few militants have been trapped. Many civilians had already gathered there and had been making desperate makes an attempt to aid the holed up militants break out.
The government forces fired there living ammunition on them to keep them the protesters at bay. Many sustained injuries and among them was Nouman who later succumbed on the medical institution.
Umar was once the most wanted militant of the area and had developed a large youth following. “My son’s cellphone used to be stuffed with the pics of Umar,” says Bhat.
He mentioned that as quickly as he realized that Umar was surrounded by the forces he grew restless and left dwelling.
“With restricted resources my son studied within the government institute and although not a hard working, he was good in studies,” says Bhat.
“Whenever his mother would insist him to offer some time to studies he would reply with the aid of giving a smile.”
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