Pakistani youngest-ever Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai strongly condemned the cold-blooded murder of Abdul Wali Khan University’s? student, Mashal Khan, who was monstrously lynched by a mob over accusation of blasphemy. Malala said in a video message that this callous tragedy filled her with horror and fear.
She expressed grieves that some Pakistanis have forgotten the message of peace given by Islam. This was not just the funeral of Mashal Khan, it was the funeral of the message of our religion Islam. She said that no one is defaming the name of your country or religion. We ourselves are bringing a bad name to our country and religion. Eventually, she said it is the right of every Pakistani to live a protected and cheerful life. She requested country’s educational institutions and political leaders to take a serious view in order to provide justice to Mashal’s family.