A Noble prize winner Malala’s tweet about education of Kashmiri students trolled her very badly on twitter. On Saturday, Malala Tweeted that she is concerened about the education of Kashmir’s students. She said children have not been able to attend school for more than 40 days and girls are too scared to go out of their homes.
Who is Malala?
Malala is a noble peace prize winner and education rights activist. She is the youngest noble prize laureate. She is known for human rights advocacy, especially the education of women and children. On 9 October 2012 she was travelling in a bus then a Taliban gunman shot her in head and threw out of the bus. Fortunately she survived and she got noble prize. She got noble prize at the age of 17. She became the most famous teenager in 2014.
Trolls after her Tweet
This is clear from her series of tweets that Some kashmiris went to her and shared their stories. Yousafzai asked for help from United Nations General Assembly to ‘Work towards peace of Kashmir, And help children to get back to school. Her statements, deemed hypocritical by Indians, received backlash for being more of a ‘Pakistani agenda’ that did not care about other countries where Muslims face atrocities.
She tweeted, “I am deeply concerned about the reports of 4000 people, including children, arbitrarily arrested and jailed, about students who have not been able to attend the school for more than 40 days, about the girls who are afraid to leave their homes.”
“I am asking leaders, at #UNGA and beyond, to work towards peace in Kashmir, listen to Kashmiri voices and help children go safely back to school.”
She got many replies from people on twitter Some them are:
Replying to Malala’s Tweet, “BJP leader Shobha Karandlaje pointed out the the Nobel Peace Prize winner should look at how minorities are treated in Pakistan.”
Gaurav Goyal, the Chandigarh Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha president, too accused Malala of “driving” a “nepharious agenda,” asking her if a Nobel laureate should interfere with a country’s internal matter. Congress leader Salman Nizami slammed her for “selective outrage”, telling her to look at Pakistani terrorists attacking Kashmiris.
In May 2016, Art of living preacher Shri Ravi Shankar had said that Malala Yousafzai did not deserve the noble prize. Some people tweeted by reminding the tweet on Sri Ravi Shankar by saying that Sri Ravi Shankar was right. She proved Ravi Shankar right.