Malala Yousufzai call for Nobel Prize
Malala Yousafzai, a 15 year old girl whom Taliban gunman was shot in her head for promoting education for girl in Pakistan, is now going to be honoured by a Nobel Peace Prize.
More than 30,000 Britons asked government to call Malala, the Pakistani young right activist for a Nobel Peace Prize on Friday by signing petition for her nomination.
Just a day ahead of “Global Day of Action” by women’s rights advocates which will held tomorrow, marking one month since Malala’s shooting , a Pakistani-British woman urged Prime Minister David Cameron along with other senior government officials campaigned for call of Peace Prize.
Even Canada, France and Spain are also hit by such campaign.
Malala has been receiving special treatment at Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital since Taliban gunman shot a bullet into her brain on Oct 9. But now Malala is out of danger and figured as international powerful activist capable to stand against the Taliban’s attempts to suppress women’s rights.
During her treatment, the whole nation was deepen into prayers for her life and while she recovered, huge blessings and loves in form of gifts, cards, and messages have received by Malala, supporting to back Malala’s education fight.
”We deeply feel the heart- touching good wishes of the people across the world of all caste, colour, and creed,” Malala’s father Ziauddin Yousafzai told reporters on her behalf to thanks all supporters.