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DHA student wins letter writing contest

Anum Tahir Hashmi, a brilliant student of Defence Authority Model High School Phase-IV, brought laurels and honours for the institution by winning the 46th International Letter Writing Competition for Young People 2017 organised by Pakistan Post.

The letter of the student on the topic ‘Imagine you are an advisor to the new UN secretary general; which world issue would you help him tackle first, and how would you advise him to solve it’, was adjudged the best amongst the letters of 1,355 young students (below the age of 15) from different schools of all over the country.

Anum Tahir Hashmi, a student of 7th class imaginatively articulated her views in the letter showcasing her brilliant intellect, enlightened vision and power of writing, a senior official of DHA said here on Monday.

He said she would be awarded a cash prize of Rs 20,000 along with postage stamps albums and certificate of merit in a ceremony to be held on the eve of World Post Day 2017 on October 9, 2017.

She has also been selected to participate in International Bureau of Universal Postal Union Berne, Switzerland letter writing competition. This is indeed a matter of great pride and honour for the student, school and DHA.

DHA Administrator Brig Shahid Hassan Ali has congratulated the talented young student and the DA Model High School Phase-IV principal on the superb feat of student. He said that the promising student and her teachers deserved full commendation on this achievement.