Ever since the Pulwama attack in Jammu & Kashmir, the Indian narrative has been solid against Pakistan, finding every single opportunity to curb the world’s attention away from the infamous human rights violations in Kashmir by the Bhakt regime of Modi.
Recently, the Indian government scrapped Article 370 from the Indian constitution, which basically equals to the unvalidated validation of forced occupation of Jammu & Kashmir.
While every single person in Pakistan continues to voice their anger against this miserable move by India, one voice, who not many expected but hoped to make a difference, remained softer than what was expected.
Yes, we’re talking about our very own ambassador for peace and education, Malala Yousafzai. Malala’s soft stance on Kashmir was just not enough, here’s the ‘crux’ of her views on the issue.
“The people of Kashmir have lived in violence since I was a child. For seven decades the children of Kashmir have grown up amidst violence.”
Malala, who is followed by 1.5 million people and human rights activists from around the world, could not spare more than ONE tweet on Kashmir, which too did not speak against the enraging Bhakt government narrative of India, where they slowly throw Muslims under the shade of Akhand Bharat.
While Malala could scream and rant against the Taliban and their dictatorial regime in the tribal agencies of Pakistan, Malala does not feel as entitled for our Kashmiri brethren. She did not condemn the move on moral, or political grounds, instead of shared her experience of Kashmir and Kashmiris.
If having so much influence, championing yourself as a small-town girl marred with barbarity and being a UN Ambassador for Peace, this was the best Malala could do, then, in all honesty, we want NOTHING from her.
Kashmir is bleeding, it is under complete lockdown, a stall on all communication and whatever is happening inside the locked-land of beauty, cannot be good for the people who reside there, ever.
Thus, we urge Malala, who has a voice like no other Pakistani, who is followed by ambassadors of peace from around the world – now is the time you prove to Pakistan that you’ve always been a loyal daughter of the soil, not an ‘agent’ or ‘agenda’ as so many suggest.
Pakistan Zindabad, Kashmir Paindabad!