Ghalib Afzal greeted on success in 12th class exams

Alfred Osborne
January 13, 2018

Galib, son of deceased terrorist Afzal Guru, repeated his success by securing a distinction in the board exams, he had achieved the same feat in his 10th board exams as well.

Galib, the only child of Parliament attack convict Muhammad Afzal Guru, has passed higher secondary school examination with a distinction, triggering celebrations on social media. According to education board officials, 55,163 candidates appeared for class XII examinations, out of which 33,893 qualified. He would have been happy to see me doing well.

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His father Afzal Guru was also studying Medical Education, but he had left his studies midway. "But he is not satisfied with the marks". Galib was only two years old when Afzal Guru was arrested. Proud of Ghalib Guru, son of Shaheed Afzal Guru, for bagging 441 marks.

Hurriyat leader, Zafar Akbar Butt, accompanied by Javed Kashmiri, Sameer Ahmad, Abdul Qadeer and coordinator Abdul Rouf visited Baramulla and congratulated Ghalib on his meritorious success in the 12th class exam. "Ghalib Guru, a soft spoken recluse, wants to become a Cardiologist as per his Father's wish (sic)", Imran Pandit, a netizen wrote on his Facebook wall.

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