16-year-old Multan board topper struggling to feed family

16-year-old boy in Multan struggles to feed his family
MULTAN: A 16-year-old orphan and homeless boy, who scored 1050 marks in the Multan Board in the matriculation, is forced to work to feed his family.
According to details, the 16-year-old Multan boy, named Muhammad Huzaifa, has scored 1050 out of 1100 marks in the SSC part 2 results (Science group).
However, the boy is still working to feed his family because he is the only wage earner of his family, which includes 5 siblings and a mother. He is forced to work on a wheelbarrow selling juice near the main gate of the Multan grain market.
According to a Facebook page, Muhammad Huzaifa has also got admission to a private college on scholarship but can’t attend the college due to family problems.

Earlier, Renowned social media influencer Waqar Zaka helped a 14-year-old girl, named Sitara, near Defence Khadda Market, Karachi. She lives near Hijrat Colony, Boat Basin, and sells hair clips to generate income for her family. The girl said that she hardly earns Rs 4,000 to 5,000 monthly, which isn’t enough for her family.
The girl told Waqar Zaka that while selling clips, some people harassed her and offers money to her in this regard. Sitara further said that she would like to be educated and wants to become a Chartered Accountant (CA).
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