The escalated situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) after the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi revoked its separate autonomy had the digital frenzy in a heated opinionated stance. While many famous celebrities all around the world showed their utmost solidarity with the oppressed Kashmiris, several Bollywood stars displayed a supportive agenda with the Indian government.
Malala Yousufzai bashed on social media after she posted regarding iPhone 11 but not Indian atrocities in Kashmir!
Amidst the ongoing Indian brutalities in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) region, where a large number of well-known personalities stood firm with the people of Kashmir, Indian celebrities showed their true colors after the removal of Article 370 by Modi Sarkar. A massively criticized name associated with Pakistan, yet again, Malala Yousafzai was savagely maligned online after she humorously tweeted on the recent iPhone 11 launch but Pakistanis were pissed on her for still staying quiet on the Kashmir dispute.
Comparing her dress embroidery with iPhone 11’s rear camera design, here’s what Malala tweeted!
— Malala (@Malala) September 10, 2019
Globally acclaimed as the “peace ambassador”, the sane minds expected Malala to raise her voice against Narendra Modi’s vile implementation in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) but instead, she seemed much interested in the newly launched iPhone 11. Among other Pakistanis, slamming Malala on her ignorant attitude, a well-known personality from Pakistan’s showbiz industry, Mathira threw some brainy posture towards her and that comment was well celebrated by the Pakistani nation.
Going by the username ‘@real_mathira’ on Instagram, the model wrote this on her official handle!
Earlier this year, Bollywood actress and currently a “goodwill ambassador” for the United Nations, sullen Priyanka Chopra was brutally pummeled on the internet after she showed her esteemed support with the Indian government. Well, Mathira in her erudite comment called out on Malala Yousafzai’s ‘soft stance’ on Indian brutality in Kashmir and not asking Priyanka Chopra if she’s done venting or not?
The internet intellects smashed Malala Yousufzai on the Kashmir issue!
It wasn’t just Mathira who raised her voice against Malala Yousufzai’s hypocrisy but Pakistanis also angrily joined in and badly hammered her on Twitter. Being a peace icon and not speaking in opposition to the violent activities happening in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK), doesn’t go hand in hand and the heated reactions from the general public said it all.
Can that happen Malala?
When shall there be the coincidence of you speaking for the poor girls of #Kashmir , who haven't been able to make it to their schools? 😎#Day38CurfewInKasmir #KashmirStillUnderCurfew #KashmirBleeds #KashmirBleeds_WorldSleeps
— Maleeha Hashmey (@MaleehaHashmey) September 11, 2019
This is truly heart-rending! May God be with the oppressed Kashmiris!
— Hunting… (@shams1919) September 11, 2019
This should’ve happened a long time ago!
Is it just a coincidence that you are yet to utter a single word condemning India for its atrocities on Kashmiris while calling yourself a human rights activist?
— SocialPariah (@Non_granta) September 11, 2019
Why call yourself a ‘human rights activist’ when you don’t give a damn about humanity? Extremely devastating!
Well amazes me that no coincidence happened to u in last 35 days to remind you about the misery & helplessness of those kids who are put in their houses & not allowed them to go school in #Kashmir yet u call u call urself a “voice” for education so called Novel Laureate. #PaidGob
— Beenish Malik (@iambeenishmalik) September 11, 2019
Dear Malala, staying quiet on the most sensitive issue doesn’t justify your realm of peace!
Thanks God Malala still alive !!!!
I think she died as humanity died in indian occupied kashmir !!!!
RIP UN MESSENGER OF PEACE !!!!
— Ahmed Ghaffar (@ahmedghaffar2) September 10, 2019
Apparently, Mathira proved a valid point and showed her support for the Kashmiri brethren while Malala seemed busy in the recently released iPhone 11. The Indian violence in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) is increasing every day since the abrogation of Article 370 and its high time, Kashmiris find their long lost independence. The voices that matter need to burst their ignorance bubble and step up with the disputed land and its people.
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