World’s youngest Nobel Peace Laureate and activist Malala Yousafzai has met with Pakistan People’s Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari at the Oxford University on Thursday.
Both of these two young aspiring leaders are the students of Oxford. As being reported Bilawal and Malala exchanged thoughts on education in Pakistan.
Malala who is currently studying at Oxford is an advocate of girls’ education. She runs an international, non-profit organization named ‘The Malala Fund’, that fights for girls’ education.
Meanwhile, the former Pakistani Prime minister and Bilawal Bhutto’s mother Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto was also an alumna of the prestigious Oxford University.
While speaking at the reunion, Bilawal shared his thoughts saying, “My mother always dreamt of a more inclusive and progressive Pakistan. Her message, her legacy will live on…I find it fulling to know that I am working towards my mother’s unfulfilled dream. It gives meaning and direction to my life.”
.@BBhuttoZardari: “My mother always dreamt of a more inclusive and progressive Pakistan. Her message, her legacy will live on…I find it fulling to know that I am working towards my mother’s unfulfilled dream. It gives meaning and direction to my life.” pic.twitter.com/jBABXdDeTW
— Oxford Union (@OxfordUnion) February 21, 2019
— Kasim Gilani (@KasimGillani) February 21, 2019
Bilawal Bhutto at the Oxford reunion has also shared his views about the recent Pulwama attack in the Indian Occupied Kashmir region. His statment has once again proven the maturity level of this young Pakistani politician.
#Oxford, 21 February 2019: “With challenges such as climate change, cyber-security and terrorism obliterating borders, we are fighting 21st century battles with the last century’s tools.”
– Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party, @BBhuttoZardari
— PPP (@MediaCellPPP) February 21, 2019
He also said, “One has to understand & appreciate that the Indian Government is angry right now & it’s important for both sides to not be provoked by terrorism…There must be a plebiscite in Kashmir & they must be given the choice.”
He also said that “Pakistan can and must reverse the militant terrorism that has emerged. Pakistan has no shortage of commitment and efforts against terrorism.”