Kathmandu. Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai has tied the knot with her boyfriend in an Islamic ceremony in Birmingham, UK. He and Aser Malik had agreed to the marriage while attending the marriage. Even though there is no legal status, marriage is considered the first step in Islamic marriage.
The 24-year-old campaigner described it as a ‘precious day’ of her life. Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani women’s rights activist, sought refuge in the Wes Midlands region of England in 2012 after falling victim to the Taliban’s Lee Hum La. On Tuesday, she tweeted that she had been married for a lifetime.
“We are very excited to be moving forward together,” she wrote. Malala Yousafzai, 24, was attacked by Taliban militants in Pakistan at the age of 15, where she spoke out about girls’ right to education. In the northwestern Swat Valley, Malala and two of her friends were injured when gunmen attacked her on a school bus. She and her family moved to Birmingham, which she later called “her second home.”
At 17, she became the youngest person to win a Nobel Prize. She later went to Oxford University to study and became a leading human rights activist. Malala Yousafzai had earlier expressed doubts about her marriage. In an interview with Bhog magazine in July, Malala said, “I still don’t understand why people should get married.”
“If you want someone in your life, why do you have to sign a marriage certificate, why can’t you just live together?” She added, “How is my mother? Don’t talk like that!” You should get married, marriage is a beautiful thing. ” News of her marriage has been liked by tens of thousands of fans online and thousands have sent their best wishes to the couple.
Who is Aser Malik?
Malala Yousafzai has said in several interviews that she is a fan of cricket. Coincidentally, her husband Aser Malik’s relationship with the game is also close.
He is the manager of Pakistan Cricket Board PCB’s National High Performance Center.
He studied at the prestigious Aitchison College, Lahore and Lahore University. Before joining PCB, he was also associated with Multan Sultans, a team of Pakistan Super League.