Malala Comes Back to The Main Residence in Pakistan
Nobel peace prize champ Malala Yousafzai has come back to the place where she grew up in Pakistan out of the blue since being shot by Taliban activists, security authorities say.
Pakistan’s Nobel peace prize champ Malala Yousafzai has touched base in the place. She grew up in Mingora out of the blue since a Taliban activist shot her there in 2012 for pushing young lady’s instruction. In the midst of tight security, Yousafzai alongside her folks arrived in the Swat valley in an armed force helicopter. As per her uncle Mahmoodul Hassan. Yousafzai went to her home and furthermore wanted to meet with her companions and relatives. Security was unmistakably expanded in Mingora the earlier day.
The 20-year-old Yousafzai had requested that experts enable her to go to Mingora and Shangla town in the Swat valley. A school has been led by Malala fund. Hassan said Yousafzai and her family were not anxious about going to swat. There Taliban activists injured her six years ago. In October 2012, Yousafzai was shot in the head by a Taliban professional killer who hopped inside her school van and hollered. She was focused on standing up for young lady’s instruction. Just 14 when she was shot. Yousafzai has since gotten a kick out of telling the Taliban that as opposed to quieting her. They have opened up her voice. She has likewise composed a book, talked at the united nations and met with displaced people.
On Thursday, Yousafzai met with Pakistan’s prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi at his office. She likewise went to a social affair and made a passionate discourse in which she said it was one of the most joyful days of Malala life to be back in her nation. Yousafzai has won acclaim from crosswise over Pakistan on her arrival home.
However, a few faultfinders via web-based networking media have endeavored to undermine her endeavors to advance young lady’s training. Yousafzai says she neglected to comprehend why taught individuals restricted her. In spite of the fact that she could expect feedback from activists, who had a specific outlook.