Hazara community has often been in news updates due to their sufferings, traumas and issues. Once again it’s in news but this time due to achievement.
A young girl Nargis from Quetta, Baluchistan has made history by winning bronze medal in Karate outplaying Nepal’s Rita Karki by a score of 3-1 in +68kg event held in Indonesia this Saturday.
At the age of 19 when most of us don’t have any idea about our future this girl outshines highlighting her family name in golden words, following in the footsteps of Kulsoom Hazara who won the South Asian Championships earlier.
Nargis said in her media statement,
“I had the expectation of winning the medal, my friends and my coaches everyone were expecting this, i gave everything on the floor.I believe that Pakistanis should not make excuses anymore; that is my advice to other female athletes. We always think that being a Pakistani we can’t achieve much, but we can.”
Chief Minister Balochistan Mir Jam Kamal Aliyani has congratulated Balochistan based Nargis for clinching bronze medal in the 18th Asian Games (AGs).
Chief Minister said that Nargis brought fame to the country by exhibiting her skills at international forum, adding that the youngsters of Balochistan have immense potential and skills who are leaving their mark in the sports and other fields.
After Bronze medal in Kabbaddi this is Pakistan’s second medal in AGs.
This girl proves that if worked harder nothing is impossible. Just a few months back the hazara community was facing severe traumas and were having tough time but this young lady proved to be a beam of hope, giving them a new recognition. A new title i.e. the first ever karate medal in Asian Games. It’s an honor for all of us to have such hardworking people in us who are making us proud on international forums and making a new identity of our beloved homeland Pakistan.
Thankyou Nargis, we hope you get endless achievements.