November 28, 2022

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AMU student from Kashmir receives Human Rights Nobel Award for his book

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A Student of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) from South Kashmir valley received the Human Rights Nobel Award for his book, titled 'BEYOND THE BOUNDARIES'.

SNS KASHMIR

Jahangeer Ganaie

Srinagar, Nov 23 :

A Student of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) from South Kashmir valley received the Human Rights Nobel Award for his book, titled ‘BEYOND THE BOUNDARIES’.

Faheem ul Islam (22), hailing from Achan village of Pulwama district in South Kashmir, who has completed his bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Aligarh Muslim University is author of two Books and co-author of more than 15 books, besides regular writer at different English and Urdu newspapers of Jammu and Kashmir, and other parts of the world.

He has already been appreciated at different platforms for his outstanding contribution as a writer, and a public speaker.

Earlier, he was awarded with INDIAN BOOK OF RECORDS and RASHTRA PRERNA AWARD 2020, for being one of the best writers from Jammu and Kashmir UT.

Notably, Human rights Nobel award is the highest Honorary award of the republic of India and the award Instituted on 3 January 2021 is conferred in recognition of exceptional service/performance of the highest order, without distinction of caste, colour, creed religion and sex

Faheem while talking to news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), said that he always has been keen interested to write about the youth, and has been trying to highlight the societal issues for the better future.

He said that youth should come forward and take the best steps to overcome the challenges of the society and should lead the ways to the bright future, as the condition of youth in society is quite pity.

He further said, “We should open more ways for youth to showcase their talent to the world. We all are blessed with different qualities and are unique in our ways.”

He said: “We all should try to focus on youth as in the current scenario the image of youth is getting blurred by many elements of unethical practices.”

He said they all must come forward and work for the welfare and betterment of our budding and upcoming generations.

“My aim is just to do something great for the society and want to inspire more and more youth so that we can eradicate social evils jointly,” he said—(KNO)

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