The government confiscated the books that included Malala Yousafzai in the list of important figures in Pakistan. Malala is the first girl of Pakistani origin to be awarded the Nobel Prize. In such a situation, the question arises whether Malala Yousafzai is not Pakistani? The government of Pakistan’s Punjab province is believed to have taken this step, angered by Malala’s recent statements on Islam.
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Malala is the youngest person to receive the Nobel Prize. Malala turned 24 on Monday. She is best known for championing the education and human rights of women and children in the Swat Valley, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, northwest Pakistan. An organization called Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan has repeatedly imposed restrictions on the education and education of girls in this region.
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Books seized for portraying Malala as an important figure
The Pakistani Private Schools Association produced a documentary on Malala on Monday that included his take on Islam, marriage and the Western agenda. According to information published in the Dawn newspaper on Tuesday the same day, the Punjab Curriculum and Textbook Board (PCTB) confiscated Class VII social studies books published by Oxford University Press.
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Malala’s name was on the list of these people.
A portrait of Malala with Major Aziz Bhatti, an army officer killed in the Indo-Pakistan War of 1965, and other figures have also been published in these books. On page 33 of the book, photographs of Pakistan founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah, poet Allama Iqbal, educator Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan and Abdul Sattar Edhi were also published.
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The process of seizing the distributed books is also underway.
Citing sources, the newspaper said the books had already been distributed to schools and that the PTCB, police and other agencies were raiding shops to seize copies of the books. On Monday, authorities raided the Oxford University Press office in Lahore and confiscated the entire batch of books. He also delivered a letter to the publishers stating that no certificate of objection had been issued to the book.
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Accused of printing a book without permission
According to the information, the publisher informed that the book was submitted to the PTCB in 2019 for review, but was not approved for publication. The publisher said it was published by Oxford University Press without a certificate of no objection.