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From his house burnt by militants to being this year's batch topper of Kashmir Administrative Service - the Journey of Anjum Bashir Khan Khattak


From his house burnt by militants to being this year's batch topper of Kashmir Administrative Service - the Journey of Anjum Bashir Khan Khattak

Jammu (J and K), Dec 27 (ANI): Meet Anjum Bashir Khan Khattak, 27, whose family has suffered because of militancy , but he has excelled by cracking the Kashmir Administrative Service (KAS) exams conducted by the Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC). He is the batch topper for this year, 2017.

Khattak is proud to have cleared the exams in his first attempt on merit despite facing challenges during his childhood. In the 1990s, his ancestral house in Poonch district's Surankote was burnt down by terrorists and the family moved to Jammu.

Khattak is an inspiration for young people in Jammu and Kashmir as he defied all odds to realize his dream. Coming from an academic background, Khattak was in Class 8 or Class 9 when he started harbouring dreams of cracking the state civil services exams.

He asks the youth to explore their potential in the areas of their interest and contribute towards peace and development. Anjum chose to opt for the Kashmir Administrative Service as he wis

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