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Nobel Winner Malala Perform Nikah With Yaser Malik

By:  Tupaki Desk   |   10 Nov 2021 9:55 AM GMT
Nobel Winner Malala Perform Nikah With Yaser Malik
Pakistani-born activist Malala Yousafzai who fights for female education and won the Nobel Peace Prize for her valuable contribution has started a new chapter in her life. Malala tied the knot with Asser Malik, a key member of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Tuesday in England.

Malala entering the wedlock is a big surprise to everyone as there was no information or news on this. Without any preface or prior information to anyone, Malala announced her wedding news through social media. As per the Muslim tradition, the couple married in a nikaah ceremony. Keeping Covid in mind, the ceremony was a low-key affair.

Sharing pictures with Asser, Malala has written a beautiful note on getting married. Calling marriage a special day in her life, Pakistani Human Rights activist Yosuf Malala said she and her husband are very excited for their new journey and called for prayers and wishes from everyone. The post received lakhs of likes from netizens.

"Today marks a precious day in my life. Asser and I tied the knot to be partners for life. We celebrated a small nikkah ceremony at home in Birmingham with our families. Please send us your prayers. We are excited to walk together for the journey ahead," Malala captioned the post.

After she announced the news, a few Bollywood actresses and famous personalities from around the world have extended their best wishes on her new life.

Malala had attracted the attention of the world in 2012 with her fight against Taliban. When Taliban troops ordered girls not to pursue education, Malala campaigned for girls' education and in return was shot in the head by the Taliban. She was 15 when she sustained a bullet injury. Later, she was shifted to England for treatment. Since then, she has been living in Birmingham.

Malala was honoured with the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 on the grounds of her fight for the children and young people for their education. Malala became the youngest person to receive the award at the age of 17. In total, she is the second person from Pakistan to receive the prestigious award.