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Journey from CSS to Death Bilal Pasha was born in a backward area of ​​South Punjab. Father was a daily wage laborer. Due to the financial situation not being good, he passed the primary from the office established in the mosque itself.

By Abdullah KhalilPublished 3 months ago 3 min read
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Bilal Pasha started his career with a private job. But on the wish of his father, he joined the government service and joined the police as a sub-inspector. Later he managed to pass the CSS exam in 2018 while working in various government institutions in 16th and 17th scale.

Journey from CSS to Death Bilal Pasha

Journey from CSS to Death Bilal Pasha was born in a backward area of ​​South Punjab. Father was a daily wage labourer. Due to the financial situation not being good, he passed the primary from the office established in the mosque itself. The backwardness of South Punjab is obvious to everyone, so Bilal Pasha also started studying ABC from the sixth grade. Intermediate from Emerson College Multan and Bachelor of Agriculture from University of Faisalabad. No one had any illusion that a child who completed five classes from the mosque would pass the competitive exam tomorrow and become a CSP.

Bilal Pasha started his career with a private job. But on the wish of his father, he joined the government service and joined the police as a sub-inspector. Later he managed to pass the CSS exam in 2018 while working in various government institutions in 16th and 17th scale.

Instead of hiding his background, Bilal Pasha gave a stand-up interview with his white-bearded laborer father and lit a candle of hope among the youth of Pakistan who used to attribute passing CSS only to the elite class. The series continued and soon thousands of young people began to embark on this journey with dreams of CSS in their eyes.

But what a great sentence Irfan Khan had said that when we come to the days of our kind, death drips in the middle". Bilal Pasha's life had begun and death took over. There was only one reason for Bilal's death. - Depression in civil service - He would tell anyone he talked to that he would either quit or commit suicide.

Two things are clear from Bilal's death, one is that depression is a deadly disease. It also captures the billionaire son of the billionaire father, Tariq Jameel, and it does not leave Bilal Pasha, the officer son of a laborer father. Second, we should not chase our dreams so much that they become ours.) Napoleon of France for Pyrrhic Victory Bonaparte marches forward with his 600,000 troops to defeat Russia. He won the battle, but due to the cold weather, he returned with only 10,000 soldiers and by then Paris was under siege. If Bilal had been at the normal job of the seventeenth scale Pyrrhic, he might never have been a victim. Victory

Someone has said well, "what you are longing for, even if you find it, what will you do?" Or as Charles Bukowski said, "Find the one you love so he can kill you. Even Bilal was killed by doing CSS. So CSS is not something you should die for." Every year percent of bureaucrats resign their blue light and green number 17 plate saying Allah Hafiz. Bilal used to say the same "These people see the light and green number plate but they don't see inside me". Now the apocalypse has passed.

Tonight is very heavy for Bilal's rainy father. Today he will bury the golden body of his empty liver with his helpless hands. Tonight is very long. very hard There will be shouting everywhere. Bilal's dead body will be stopped. But there is no stopping the going. Tonight will happen, but it will not be enchanted. When the sun rises in the morning, his rainy father will reach the courtyard of the mosque where Bilal started his life making noises through the streets. But. This time it will not be available. This time only moaning will be heard from the wall of the mosque. Horror will be seen. But Bilal will not be seen anywhere. That blue light. The green number plate and the self-imposed standards of this society would have gone far. This time he will not return.

Rest in peace Sir Bilal Pasha

We belong to God and to Him we return.

We hold you close in our thoughts. We are deeply sorry for your loss."

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Abdullah Khalil

I'm passionate about helping businesses increase their online visibility and reach through the power of SEO. With 3+ years of hands-on experience in the world of SEO, I'm dedicated to driving results and achieving success for my clients.

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