Children of Kashmir have Grown up Amidst Violence for Decades: Malala’s Tweet Creates Controversy

Nobel peace prize winner and child education activist Malala yesterday put a controversial tweet on the situation of Kashmir in the post 370 era.

Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani activist and the youngest to receive the Nobel peace prize along with Kailash Satyarthi for her work on female education and women upliftment in society in her native Swat Valley in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, northwest Pakistan.

Few days ago, India has taken a historic move to revoke article 370 from Jammu & Kashmir and make it truly an integral part of India. By this act, Kashmiris used to enjoy special benefits from the Central Government.

“The people of Kashmir have lived in conflict since I was a child, since my mother and father were children, since my grandparents were young,”

Her Original Tweet Reads:

Her Tweet has created controversy and some of them replied her about the incidents of Baloch Genocide , the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits and worst situation of minorities in Pakistan

Some of the Tweet Reads:

Ankit Jain “You dont speak for human rights of Christian and Hindu minorites of Pakistan, you Dont speak up for Balochi people being massacred by Pakistan army, you don’t speak for Human rights of people in Pakistan occupied Kashmir.

Ansul Saxena Tweeted “Dear @Malala, please also say a word about : 1. Pakistan Hindu Girls who recently abducted & converted 2. Pakistan Christian Girls who have been trafficked to China 3. Pakistan Ahmadi Girls who are facing discrimination 4. Baloch Girls who are being abducted by Pakistan Army

Major Gourav Arya “Hello @Malala, you have never seen Kashmir but you feel so strongly about it. Not far from your home in Swat, is Balochistan. Balochis have also lived in conflict since you were a child, since your mother and father were children, since your grandparents were young. Ring a bell?

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