September 27, 2021, 3:38 am
International Desk :
Addressing US President Joe Biden, Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani Nobel laureate, said there was “a lot to do” in Afghanistan and that “tough steps must be taken to protect the Afghan people in the current situation.”
Malala also called on world leaders to take urgent action in such a situation in Afghanistan.
He also demanded that the borders of different countries be opened for Afghan refugees after the Taliban regained power in Afghanistan after nearly 20 years. At the same time, Malala Yousafzai expressed concern over the current situation in Afghanistan and the security of the country’s women and adolescents. Malala herself was attacked by Taliban militants.
She also said she was trying to talk to some world leaders about the issue.
“There is a humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan now and we need help there,” the Pakistani human rights activist told BBC Newsnight.
Meanwhile, Malala Yousafzai said she had written a letter to Prime Minister Imran Khan seeking asylum for Afghan refugees in Pakistan. In the letter, he called on the Prime Minister of Pakistan to ensure education, security and a secure future for refugee children.
Malala, 23, is working to protect human rights. She is especially contributing to women’s rights and education. She was attacked by the Taliban in 2012 for going to school outside the anti-women’s education campaign. He was shot in the head by Taliban militants. He later returned to normal life with treatment.
“I am concerned about the current situation in Afghanistan and the safety of women and adolescent girls,” she told Newsnight.
I also talked to activists working to protect women’s rights. They are not sure what life will be like under Taliban rule.