Sindh Bachayo Committee presents bouquet to Malala Yousafzai in Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
Birmingham 21 October: Sindh Bachayo Committee (Save Sindh Committee) presented a bouquet and conveyed a get well soon message to hospitalised Pakistani school girl and campaigner of girls education Malala Yousafzai. Due to the tight security, the delegation couldn’t meet Malala personally.
On this occasion the members of the delegation, Ms Suraiya Makhdoom, Sindh based journalist Mushtaq Sarki, Fayaz Khuro, Saeen Bux Patujo, Moeenuddin Kazi and Pervez Janjua paid glowing tributes to Malala’s courage and her struggle for the girl education in her home province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. They said attack on Malala is an act of cowardice. The purpose of this violence was to put an end to the spread of girl education in that part of country and discourage others, who aspire to do so.
Two school children in Birmingham, Mehran Khuhro and Noor Khuhro also spoke on the occasion. They said Malala’s campaign has inspired them a lot and they wished Malala a speedy recovery so that she can continue with promoting girl education.
Save Sindh Committee and members of civil society in Birmingham support Malala’s campaign to facilitate girl education, condemn acts of violence in the name of religion and wish her get well soon.
In his personal message conveyed through the Delegation, Sayed Jalal Mehmood Shah, Convenor, Save Sindh Committee said the peace loving people of Sindh oppose all violence. Women education plays an important role in the development of any society and Malala’s struggle is about promoting girl education. We support our daughter Malala’s efforts and wish her a speedy recovery.