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Insha Defeats Darkness, Clears Class 10th Exams Featured

January 09

Insha Mushtaq ,who had lost her vision to Pellet Guns, has passed her 10th class Examination.

Insha who is a resident of Distant Sedouw Village in South Kashmir's Shopian District was blinded by pellets in 2016.

However as results were announced announced today by the Jammu Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE), Insha gave a befitting response to the pellets.

 The 15-year-old has became the face of pellet wound survivors in Kashmir.

Insha was allowed a helper chosen by the authority to write her exam.

Insha Mushtaq, now 16 years old, is one of the hundreds of teenagers who have become pellet guns' collateral damage.

Her face was pockmarked with more than hundred pellet wounds; some hit her eyes, some pierced close to her brain.

Her nasal, frontal, and maxillary bones were also broken.

The doctors treating her at the Surgical Intensive Care Unit of Srinagar's Maharaja Hari Singh Hospital (SMHS) had a grim diagnosis; procedures to try to restore her eyesight were unsuccessful.

They described her case as "the worst we have ever seen", as they focused on protecting her brain. She was noted down as blind for life.

Insha returned to her house last year after spending four months in different hospitals.

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