Chemistry Of Malala YousafZai
When we come to glance over Pakistan, there is no lack of talent. Pakistan is the land where talent and aptitude is the symbol of people, especially in the youngest of this country. Today’s youngster has proven how they are genius. In the same manner Pakistani youngest talented, genius, brave and education activist, girl name Malala YousafZai. She plans on a permanent return to Pakistan after completing her education. Most of the people hate the Malala Yousaf Zai, because of her controversial personality after the attack on her. But at the same time, many people are the fan of Malala Yousaf Zai, because of her passion towards the education activist of girls. She believes in peace, tolerance and patience. She wants to become the politician, because of love with Pakistani peoples. Malala Yousaf Zai wants to live permanently but she is not feeling secure in Pakistan. The 20 years old girl, expressed her Faith in the Pakistan youth. She stood up alone for her rights against the Taliban in Sawat Valley, Pakistan. She gives the message of peace and tolerance and to stand up for the right. She was born on July 12, 1997, in Mingora, the largest city in the Swat Valley, what is now the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. At that time there was terrorism, women were not allowed to go outside of their houses, and people were killed. But she was the alone who has to raise their voice up. She has open the door for the girls to stand up and get the education which is the right of every male and female. She told that she had two options one not to speak and wait to be killed. The second was to speak up and then be killed, and she chose the second one. In 2014 she awarded Noble peace prize. Noble laureate Malala Yousaf Zai said on Friday that she plans on a permanent return to Pakistan after completing her education, she loves Pakistan and their people. She misses Pakistan. In 2017, she was accepted to study Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE) at Oxford’s Lady Margaret Hall. As she studied, she continued her campaign and has taken it around the world. A fund set up in her name helps children in education around the world. Among other trips, she travelled to Nigeria, meeting President Goodluck Jonathan to press for action to free the 200 girls held by Boko Haram Islamist militants. In Pakistan, there should be the stiff rules and laws for the rights of women. In the education department, there should be best policies for the girls. The arrangement of workshops for the awareness of girl students towards the education. Parents should ask if they understand there is mismanagement. Lack of education etc. The government should play their important role in the education.