New Delhi: Kashmir remains in news This time Kashmir has been in the news after the government withdrew special status from Kashmir. The society of Kashmir is considered very conservative. In such a situation, it is a big thing for a woman to reach a height in the field of sports. Humaira Mushtaq is breaking these stereotypes. She is the first female racer in the state. She recently made her debut at the JK Tyre National Racing Championship, Coimbatore. 23-year-old Humaira from Jammu is a big fan of Sachin Tendulkar.
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She felt that there was a need to change the thinking of the people of the area. Humaira said in a conversation with Times of India, 'It doesn't matter where you live, how you live it matters. I will do whatever I want. I do not want people to consider Jammu and Kashmir as an isolated area. It's not like this. It is also a part of (India)".
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Humaira said that "I want to represent the whole of Jammu and Kashmir. Although I do not want to get into political issues but everyone in my city has a mobile network and broadband internet". 'Humaira, a dental student, wants to pursue her passion for racing professionally. Her effort is to inspire more and more youth of the state. Humaira says, 'I am a medical student and due to my passion for machines, I have also taken pilot training. Currently, my focus is on racing".
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