Malala Yousafzai comes back to Pakistan out of the blue since being shot by Taliban
Malala Yousafzai : Malala arrived in Islamabad in the small hours of Thursday in the wake of putting in almost six years abroad. This is the first occasion when she has come back to Pakistan since she was shot in 2012 by Taliban activists.
Tight security welcomed Malala upon her landing in Benazir Bhutto International Airport. Neighborhood TV demonstrated her with her folks in the parlor at the airplane terminal before leaving in a guard of about 15 vehicles, a considerable lot of them involved by vigorously equipped police.
Malala, the most youthful Nobel laureate, is planned to remain in Pakistan until April 2. She is required to meet Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi today later today. Allegedly, an occasion has likewise been sorted out to welcome Malala at the Prime Minister Office.
Amid her stay in Pakistan, Malala is booked to examine the possibilities of advancing training in less-created territories of the nation with Pakistani experts, authorities said. Her visit was kept mystery because of security reasons, as indicated by sources.
Malala was all of 14 – however definitely known for her activism – when Taliban shooters shot her in the head in October 2012 for currently supporting young ladies’ entitlement to training.
The Taliban shooter boarded the school van she was in and requested to know who was Malala. After recognizing her, they shot at her. Malala was traveled to Rawalpindi in basic condition before being transported to Birmingham in Britain. Two of her cohorts were additionally harmed.
Presently a 20-year-old college understudy, Malala on Pakistan Day (March 23) tweeted, “I love affectionate recollections of home, of playing cricket on housetops and singing the national song of devotion in school. Glad Pakistan Day!”
Presently back home in Pakistan, it is as yet uncertain whether Malala would visit the place where she grew up of Swat, where she was shot at.
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