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Financial crunch plays spoilsport for an orphan girl to become an artist

Sajid Raina

Bandipora, Dec 21(KNO): An orphan girl from North Kashmir’s Bandipora district who has a good knack for painting since her childhood wants to excel in the fielding of painting, however, her financial condition has put some hindrances to achieve this feat.

An 18-year-old Zainab Nisar, who hails from ward no. 2 of plan Bandipora, has no one to look support her in realising her dream of pursuing further studies in fine arts as her father died four months ago.

Taking to news agency—Kashmir news observer (KNO), Zainab said that she wants to be an artist as she has been making paintings since her childhood, however, her financial condition doesn’t allow her to pursue further studies in fine arts.

She said that she wants to be an artist but due to lack of financial support she might not be able to pursue her career in this field.

“I also want to study in College but due to my father’s death, it looks now a dream for me to continue my studies,” she said.

Zainab has recently appeared in class 12 exams and is hoping to pass the exam with flying colours.

Rasheeda Begum, mother of Zainab says that she wants her daughter to realise her dream.

“I am trying my best to help my daughter to further her studies, however, we don’t have any resources to get her admission in a good college,” Rasheeda said.

Rasheeda appealed to District administration Bandipora to help her daughter so that she can continue her studies—(KNO)

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