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CBSE Class 10 Exam Results: Acid Attack Survivor Scores 95% In School


An acid attack survivor and the daughter of a peon in Chandigarh has topped her school by scoring 95.02 per cent in the CBSE Class 10 exams.

According to details, the father of 15-year-old Kafi works as a peon in the secretariat. Her neighbors attacked her with acid out of jealousy when she was 3 years old.

After this, her entire face got burned and she was hospitalized for 6 years where she lost her eyes. After this, Kafi studied through braille and scored 95.02 percent marks in class 10.

When asked about her dreams, she said she wants to become an IAS officer and make her parents proud.

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Kafi thanked her parents for their support and said her success was due to her parents’ mental support and guidance from her teachers. Kafi even cited YouTube and the Internet, which helped her a lot in preparing for the exams.

“We are proud of Kafi and support her in everything she wants to do next and will work day and night to make her dreams come true,” said Kafi’s father. being right.

Showing her happiness, Kafi’s mother said, “Kafi is good at studying and I am proud of that. It has given us the opportunity to walk in society with our heads held high. It is a matter of pride for us.”

With input from agencies.

Joanna Swanson

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