Malala inspires Millions of Girls Worldwide:
“I am Malala” is not just a catchphrase, it’s an initiative launched by United Nations to bequeath the girl child with the basic right of getting education. Malala Yousafzai is just a 14 year old teenager with no extra-ordinary background but today she is the global face of struggle for “Girl’s right to education”, not because she is taking out morcha’s and doing fast-unto-death to hog limelight but because of her naive valour to shun the fear of Talibani’s to get hold of what was her all the way- “right to education”. For those who don’t remember, Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani girl from the Swat valley region who was shot in her neck and the head a month back in an assassination attempt by a talibani goon. Why? Simple, she just wanted to go to school and study. What many of us took as granted in our childhoods, is a per day crusade for the girls of that region. The talibani extremists of Swat valley considers girl’s education a “sin” and raid the houses in Malala’s town ,Mingora, to find girl’s in possession of books. Malala decided not to live her life their way, and was shot. The girl came into international limelight after she campaigned for girl’s right to education and wrote a diary having an account of talibani extremism for BBC urdu service in 2009 when her hometown was in utter control of the Talibani. Since the malicious attack on her, she has become “the global symbol of every girl’s right to education” in the words of United Nations secretary General, Ban ki- moon. The “Pride of Swat”, as the people in Swat like to call her, is inspiring and instilling many across the globe including her fellow countrymen who remained mute spectators to the violent transgressions of the talibani. She is the spirited and audacious icon for the otherwise frightened and misled youth of Pakistan. The Pakistani administration also woke up finally from century-long sleep and said that, “they will adopt new measures to get...
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