Surviving the APS attack, Ahmed Nawaz on his path to make Pakistan proud

Lahore, 11th March: Ahmed Nawaz, the survivor of the Army Public School (APS) attack in Peshawar, Pakistan has once again made the country proud.

According to reports fo Baaghi TV, Ahmad Nawaz has earned pride for Pakistan after he was elected to the Governing and Standing Committee of the Oxford Union at the prestigious University Of Oxford.

Baaghi TV reported last year that Ahmed Nawaz aced in his A-Level exams and got admission to the Oxford University London.

The 20-year-old student announced on his Instagram handle saying, “Alhamdulillah I’m very excited to share that I have been elected to the Governing body – Standing Committee of Oxford Union in the @oxford_uni”.

He added, “It’s an honour being part of one of the biggest platforms in the world!”

His father Muhammad Nawaz Khan congratulated his son on his achievement through his Twitter account:

The proud father tweeted, “Alhamdulillah my son @Ahmadnawazaps won the election and selected a member of Governing and Standing Committee of Oxford Union in the Oxford University @UniofOxford. The world biggest union who invites the world biggest leadership and celebrities for debates.”

It is pertinent to mention here that in 2014, at the age of 14, Nawaz received bullet injuries during a Taliban attack on the APS school.

However, his younger brother, Haris Nawaz, was among the 150 students and teachers martyred by militants.

Ahmad saved his life by pretending to be dead when the terrorists were roaming the school building. As per reports, after he was shot in the arm, Nawaz was airlifted to Birmingham for treatment.

Since then he has been staying there with his family and on the basis of his school grades, he got admission to Oxford University in 2020.

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APS Peshawar Attack survivor gets admitted to the Oxford University