Girl, who lost her leg under train, wins PU exam battle

Mangaluru: Fathima Suzna, who had her right leg amputated last year after a train accident, came out with flying colours in her II PUC board examinations.
Fathima, a student of St Agnes College, secured 55.16% despite all adversities. Undeterred by her phyical disability, she now intends to become a bureaucrat.

“Despite everything going against her, she has shown the grit to succeed. Today, she told me that she wants to be a bureaucrat and serve the society. I will, for sure, will extend all support to complete her academic education as long as she wishes to study post which she will prepare for civil services examination,” Abul Samad, her father and a social worker, told TOI.

On October 29, Suzna, a resident of Mahakalipadpu, was walking across the railway track to reach her college. Unfortunately, she tripped and couldn’t get up in time and a train ran over her legs. Luckily, she was not far from her house and her father Abul Samad immediately shifted her to a private hospital where she was treated for 40 days.

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