Malala Shares a Tragic Story of Three Kashmiri Girls

LAHORE: Malala Yousafzai has finally broken her silence and spoke out for the people of Kashmir. She shares a story of three kashmiri girls.

According to details, Malala took to twitter and speak out for the people of Kashmir. In a series of tweets she expresses her feelings by saying “In the last week, I’ve spent time speaking with people living and working in Kashmir—- journalists, human rights lawyers and students. I wanted to hear directly from girls living in Kashmir right now. It took a lot of work from a lot of people to get their stories because of the communications blackout. Kashmiris are cut off from the world and unable to make their voices heard.


Malala also shared the story of three Kashmiri girls by saying “Here is what three girls told me, in their own words: The best way to describe the situation in Kashmir right now is absolute silence. We have no way of finding out what’s happening to us. All we could hear is the steps of troops outside our windows. It was really scary. I feel purposeless and depressed because I can’t go to school. I missed my exams on August 12 and I feel my future is insecure now. I want to be a writer and grow to be an independent, successful Kashmiri woman. But it seems to be getting more difficult as this continues. People speaking out for us adds to our hope. I am longing for the day when Kashmir will be free of the misery we’ve been going through for decades.”






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