Speak For Minorities In Pak’: Malala Yousafzai gets sharp reply from BJP MP over her J&K Tweet

Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai's tweet on Jammu and Kashmir drew a sharp reaction from a BJP MP, who advised the youthful Pakistani dissident to rather raise worry for minorities in her nation where they are exposed to "mighty change and oppression".

BJP MP Shobha Karandlaje from Karnataka said the Nobel laureate that India is seeking after improvement extends in Jammu and Kashmir and the voices of the individuals there are being heard.

Prior this month, a previous MLA from Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's gathering had looked for political refuge from New Delhi. "Minorities in Pakistan are not having a sense of safety and they have been denied rights. There is an expansion in barbarities and target killings. I was put in prison for a long time," Baldev Kumar, a previous MLA from Barikot (held) situate in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa gathering, was cited as saying by news office IANS.

On Saturday, Ms. Yousafzai tweeted requesting that the United Nations help youngsters in Jammu and Kashmir come back to class amid halfway limitations in the Valley.

"I am asking pioneers, at #UNGA and past, to move in the direction of harmony in Kashmir, tune in to Kashmiri voices and help kids go securely school year kickoff," she tweeted.

Ms. Yousafzai asserted that Kashmiris from varying backgrounds - writers, human rights protected advisors and understudies - have communicated disdain over the circumstance in the Valley.

India has hit out at Pakistan for attempting to spread "false and hostile talk" after the unique status was rejected from Jammu and Kashmir and the state was partitioned into two association domains.

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India has completely told the worldwide network that the rejecting of Article 370 was a sovereign and inside issue.

by Ishan Soni | Mon, Sep 16 - 01:05 PM

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