Cleric in Pakistan threatens Nobel laureate Malala for latest feedback on marriage, arrested

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By PTI

PESHAWAR: A Muslim cleric in northwest Pakistan has been arrested beneath the anti-terrorism act for threatening Malala Yousafzai and instigating individuals to assault the Nobel Laureate for her latest feedback on marriage, police stated.

Mufti Sardar Ali Haqqani, a cleric in Marwat district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province was arrested on Wednesday after the police raided his home, Daybreak newspaper reported on Thursday, quoting Lakki Marwat District Police Workplace.

An FIR beneath the Anti-Terrorism Act was registered towards him on the criticism of SHO Wasim Sajjad, it stated.

In line with the FIR, a video went viral on social media displaying Mufti Sardar instigating individuals at a gathering in Peshawar to take the legislation into their very own arms and assault Malala.

He was armed when the incident came about, the report stated.

“When Malala involves Pakistan, I would be the first to aim a suicide assault on her,” the FIR quoted him as saying The criticism additional stated that the speech had threatened peace and incited lawlessness, in keeping with the information report.

In an interview to the Vogue journal in its newest version, 23-year-old Yousafzai, an Oxford graduate and a Pakistani activist for women schooling who miraculously survived a bullet to the pinnacle from the militant Taliban in October 2012, revealed that she will not be positive if she is going to ever marry.

“I nonetheless do not perceive why individuals must get married.

If you wish to have an individual in your life, why do you must signal marriage papers, why cannot it simply be a partnership?” she instructed the journal.

Yousafzai’s interview with Vogue has been circulating on the mainstream and social media.

Not too long ago, her views on marriage additionally echoed within the provincial meeting with Opposition Pakistan Peoples Occasion (PPP) lawmaker Sahibzada Sanaullah demanding the federal government to probe whether or not she actually made these remarks on marriage remarks as life partnership was not allowed in any faith and if she favoured it, then the stand was condemnable.

The PPP and Muttahida Majlis-i-Amal, an alliance of religious-political events, additionally urged her household to make clear their place on the difficulty, the report stated.

In February, a Pakistani Taliban militant, who had allegedly shot Yousafzai, had threatened her, saying that subsequent time, “there can be no mistake.” 


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