For the past 20 years, 45 years old Iqbal Hussain, a specially abled man suffering with Polio, runs a temporary shop along Rajouri Highway and sells locally collected fruit and other eatables with an aim to earn livelihood for his family. He has set an example of hardwork despite hardships of being specially abled. He is taken to his shop by village people where he sells locally collected produce and then returns to his home atop hill.
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Sajad Rasool manages Kashmir Unheard. He works as a Producer and Editor