If someone tried to snatch my hijab, what did Malala Yousafzai say on Mahsa Amini’s death in Iran? – न्यूज़लीड India

If someone tried to snatch my hijab, what did Malala Yousafzai say on Mahsa Amini’s death in Iran?


Iran government criticism

Malala Yousafzai has criticized the Iranian government. Malala condemned the death of Mahsa Amini and the motive behind it and advocated for emphasis on a woman’s right to choose. Malala said, “Whatever a woman chooses to wear, she has the right to decide for herself. As I have said before, if someone forces me to cover my head, I will protest. If someone Forcing me to remove my dupatta, I will protest.”

Praying for justice for Mahsa Amini

Praying for justice for Mahsa Amini

Writing this in her Instagram story along with a cutout picture of Mahsa, Malala has called for justice for Amini. It is important to note here that a minister in the Canadian province of Québec said that if Malala wants to get an education in Canada, she will have to remove her scarf. This statement of Quebec’s Education Minister, Jane François, was also criticized a lot.

Malala is being criticized for ignoring the floods

Let us tell you that Pakistan is facing the effects of the worst floods in the last three decades. Nearly a third of Pakistan was submerged in the floods. Due to which there is a danger of spreading many types of epidemics in the country. At such a time, Malala Yousafzai is being criticized a lot in the country. People are dismayed at his neglect regarding the floods.

Pakistan is facing the worst flood crisis

Pakistan is facing the worst flood crisis

Flood havoc continues in Pakistan. Due to the flood, infectious diseases like malaria, typhoid and dengue fever are spreading rapidly across the regions and the death toll has reached 324. The stagnant flood waters in several provinces of Pakistan have led to widespread cases of skin and eye infections, diarrhoea, malaria, typhoid and dengue fever, threatening the health of people in Pakistan. Since June this year, Pakistan has faced extremely harsh monsoon resulting in severe humanitarian and development crisis. According to government estimates, around 33 million people across the country have been affected by continuous heavy rains and floods, the worst in decades.



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