No Nobel for Malala: Disappointed, but nomination an honour for all Pakistanis, says Imran


The chairman PTI, Imran Khan expressed disappointment over brave young Pakistani Malala Yusufzai not receiving the Nobel Peace Prize; but Khan said that even her nomination was an honour for all Pakistanis.

In a statement Imran Khan said, “We are proud of this daughter of Pakistan who had to suffer the trauma at such a young age, almost losing her life, simply because she stood for the right of girls to education.”

Brave Malala represents innumerable girls and young women braving the odds to assert their basic human rights.

Khan said “her many international accolades are recognition not only of her brave struggle but of the struggle of girls and women everywhere in the world against tyranny and oppression that denies them even the basic right to education.”

Khan said PTI welcomed the recognition of the evils of Chemical Weapons with the award going to the Organization for Prevention of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).

“It is time for countries like the USA and Russia to complete the destruction of their chemical weapons stockpiles instead of seeking extensions.”


  1. Malala not getting the noble peace prize is indeed a dissappointment, however Malal has won the affection, respect and love from all the people of the world, except Taliban. She is a brave lady , makes us happy and very proud- May Allah protect her from all these good for nothing Talibanis- Ameen.
    It is very nice of Imran khan and PTI to come out and support her and recognize her continued contribution against violance.

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