Malala running radical jihadi agenda: BJP’s Kapil Mishra, Manjinder Sirsa on activist’s tweet on hijab row

By | February 9, 2022

BJP leaders Kapil Mishra and Manjinder Singh Sirsa took to Twitter to hit out at Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai for her comments on the ongoing hijab row in India.

BJP members Kapil Mishra, Manjinder Singh attack activist Malala for comments on hijab row in India

BJP leaders Kapil Mishra and Manjinder Singh Sirsa took to Twitter to attack Malana on her comments on the hijab row in India. (File photo)

BJP members Kapil Mishra and Manjinder Singh Sirsa hit out at Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai for her comments on the ongoing hijab controversy in India. The activist had taken to Twitter on Tuesday to condemn the ongoing hijab row in India.

BJP leader Kapil Mishra took to Twitter to counter Malala’s comments. He said, “Muslim Girls getting killed in Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan for not wearing Hijab. Hindu, Sikh girls getting killed in Pakistan for just being Hindu. She has never uttered a single word on real issues.”

He further alleged that Malala was running a radical Islamic jihadi agenda.

BJP member Manjinder Singh Sirsa also took to Twitter to call out Malala for her comments on the hijab row going on in India. He questioned why Malala never spoke on issues like the forced conversion of minor Hindu Sikh girls in Pakistan.

His tweet said, “Strange! @Malala never spoke on other significant issues like forced conversion of minor Hindu Sikh girls in Pakistan but today she is tweeting without verifying facts!!”

On Tuesday, February 8, Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai took to Twitter to share her opinions and comments on the hijab controversy that is going on in Karnataka. She said, “Refusing to let girls go to school in their hijabs is horrifying. Objectification of women persists — for wearing less or more. Indian leaders must stop the marginalization of Muslim women.”

On Tuesday, the Karnataka High Court began hearing the petitions submitted regarding the ongoing hijab row.

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