- Malala said – help peace in UN Kashmir and help children go to school
- BJP MP from Karnataka Shobha Karandlaje said – Malala speak on the atrocities on minorities in our country
Sep 15, 2019, 09:46 PM IST
new Delhi. Nobel Peace Prize winner Pakistani social activist Malal Yusufzai appealed to the United Nations to establish peace in Kashmir and help children go to school. Responding to this, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP from Karnataka Shobha Karandlaje said that they should raise their voice against the atrocities on girls belonging to minority communities in Pakistan.
Nobel laureate should also hear the voice of minorities of Pakistan: MP
Malala tweeted on Saturday, "I want to tell the leaders of the United Nations General Assembly to work towards establishing peace in Kashmir, listening to the voice of Kashmiris and returning children safely to school." Karandlaje tweeted on Sunday Reminded him of the incidents happening against minorities in Pakistan.
Malala tweeted, "I want to hear the voice of girls living directly in Kashmir. The voice of the people is not being able to come out because of all the communication facilities being interrupted there. Kashmir has been cut off from all over the world and their voice has been shut down. ”
Karandlaje said, "The Nobel laureate is requested to listen to the voices of the minority communities of Pakistan and spend some time with them. They are facing conversion and persecution in Pakistan. The voice of the people is not being suppressed in Kashmir, but the agenda of development is being carried forward there. ”
Earlier this month, a former MLA of Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan's party sought political asylum from New Delhi. Baldev Kumar, a former MLA from Barikot (reserved) seat of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, had said, "Minorities in Pakistan are not feeling safe and are being denied fundamental rights as well."
In Jammu and Kashmir, the government banned curfew and communication facilities as a precaution on 5 August after the removal of Article 370. However, the ban is gradually being lifted when the situation improves. Permission is being given to open schools in the Kashmir Valley sequentially.