Significant success in the intermediate examination of a prisoner imprisoned for 11 years

Syed Naeem Shah, a 33-year-old prisoner in Karachi's Central Jail, surprised everyone by achieving a remarkable success in the intermediate examination.

According to the report, Syed Naeem Shah, who was convicted in a murder case who scored significant marks in the intermediate examinations, was not surprised when he was offered a scholarship by ICAP to become a chartered accountant.

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Despite being bound, this prisoner who has proved his academic ability has also raised the head of the prison administration with pride. The prison administration says that the extraordinary success of Syed Naeem Shah is a clear proof of better education given to the prisoners in the prison.

Syed Naeem Shah, who was sentenced to 25 years in prison, has already spent 11 years in prison. He is now appealing to the higher judiciary and the government to reconsider the sentencing decision so that he can pursue higher education and become a productive member of society.

Syed Naeem Shah's remarkable success in the Intermediate Examination has proved that if a person's devotion is true then the bar in between is meaningless.

Central Prison Karachi is a prison in the city of Karachi in Sindh, Pakistan. It houses more than 4800 prisoners including convicted terrorists that include militants who attempted to assassinate President of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf.