The special child wrote the book at the age of 12
If it is slightly moist, this soil is very fertile. Lahore’s first special child wrote his book “Traveler” at the age of 12.
Young and old, Nooruddin is the first special child of Lahore who did not make his disability his compulsion. Instead, he wrote a book at the age of 12 with courage. Nooruddin fell from his bed at the age of one year. Were paralyzed. His body can’t grow any more. His mother does everything herself, yet Noor has self-confidence, he wants to study further.
Noor’s father Zaheer Abbas supported him a lot. Despite his disability, Noor does not consider himself inferior to any other healthy person. Nooruddin says that now he is also writing fiction. He will publish his story books in the next few years.
It may be recalled that Arfa Karim Randhawa had created a stir in the world of information technology by passing the Microsoft Certified Professional Exam at the age of just 9 years. Arfa had done A levels from Lahore Grammar School. He also won many awards. In 2005, she was awarded the Fatima Jinnah Gold Medal and the Salam Pakistan Award.
Arfa Karim Randhawa was also given the Presidential Award for Excellence by the Government of Pakistan. She passed away on January 14, 2012. In her memory, Arfa Karim IT Tower has been built in Lahore which is important in the promotion of information technology in Pakistan. Is playing a role.