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Malala Yousafzai on Pakistan ,”We are Giving a Bad Name to the Country :- Malala has said that People have forgotten the rules and the regulation of the Religion and the Values. Malala Yousafzai has condemned that the Murder of Pakistan student Mashal Khan and she also said that the Terrorism incident that has brought disgrace to the Country of Pakistan.

She Said that i heard about the death of Mashal Khan and it is a Very Agonizing incident and this incident alone has brought disgrace to our Country Pakistan ,they have always your religion, values and culture also they have always professed peace and tolerance the young Nobel Laureate said that Yesterday in a video footage Posted on Geo News and Shared on the Social Media.

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She likewise said that she addressed Mashal Khan’s dad, who gave her a message of peace.The dissident additionally said that individuals have overlooked the genuine significance of religion and qualities. “This wasn’t the memorial service parade of just Mashal Khan, however the message of our religion, which is peace and resilience. We have overlooked our qualities and are not speaking to our religion,” the dissident said.

“Islam does not instruct us to be restless and prejudiced,” Ms Yousafzai included.

Malala Yousafzai, who was shot at by Taliban psychological oppressors for her ace training support, additionally asked foundations in Pakistan to censure the episode.

“I encourage every single political pioneer and gatherings to defend peace and offer equity to Mashal Khan. Try not to remain quiet,” she stated, in the video message.

A crowd beat Mashal Khan, a college understudy in Pakistan’s Mardan territory, on Thursday after he was blamed for posting irreverent substance via web-based networking media. A gathering of around 10 understudies assaulted Khan, who was stripped exposed and beaten with boards until his skull collapsed as different understudies looked on, detailed news organization Reuters.

Today, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif communicated worry over the lynching episode. His little girl, Maryan Sharif, tweeted:

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