LODHRAN: Many records have been achieved in the world of CIE examinations. But a Pakistani student aims to break all records. Hunain Zia, a 17-year-old student from Lodhran, has set his eyes on achieving 100 As in his A Level examinations. Many records have been made by Pakistani students in these exams. Hunain had already set a new world record of 42 As in a span of two years. He aspires to convert his 42 As to 100 As. Last year he sat for his examinations for 19 hours straight. While talking to media he said, “I want to do a CA and MBA. After that I want to create an education system for the underprivileged children in Pakistan.” His father supports him. “After I saw he was so dedicated, I decided that he deserves a chance,” he said. The past record holders were Ali Moeen Nawazish, Haroon Tariq and Rai Haris Manzoor of Rawalpindi. Rai passed the O level exams at the age of 9.