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    Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai married.

    Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winning Pakistani education activist, has tied the knot. He has performed nikah with Asar Malik, who works for the Pakistan Cricket Board, in a small ceremony held in Birmingham, England. Malala shared some pictures of Nikah on social media and termed it as a precious day in her life. Only a few selected members of his family were involved in this marriage.

    The Nobel Peace Prize winner has expressed happiness by sharing the pictures of the marriage on his official Twitter handle. He wrote, ‘Today is a very special day in my life. Asar and I are married for life. We held a small nikah ceremony at home in Birmingham with our families. Please give us prayers. We are very excited to move forward in the journey of life ahead of us.

    While Malala wore a traditional pink outfit for her nikah ceremony, her husband Asar wore a blue suit with a matching tie. Malala’s father Ziauddin Yousafzai retweeted his daughter’s post and wrote an emotional message, “This is beyond words.” Toor Pekai and I are overwhelmed with joy and gratitude. Alhamdulillah.’ Congratulatory messages have also come from various sections for the new couple’s nikah.

     

    Celebrities like Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Greta Thunberg, and Melinda French Gates have poured congratulatory messages on Malala’s marriage on their Instagram stories. Let us inform that Asar is the High Performance General Manager in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). He took charge in May 2020. He graduated from Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan in 2012. At the same time, Malala completed her graduation from Oxford University last year.

    Malala expressed great concern after the Taliban took over Afghanistan. “We are in complete shock because the Taliban have taken over Afghanistan. I am deeply concerned about women, minorities and human rights advocates,” she said of the situation. He called for immediate humanitarian aid from powerful countries around the world to help women, children and minorities in Afghanistan.

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