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Mishal Malik

Mishal Malik born on 1988, in United Kingdom. Completing here early education back in Pakistan Mishal went UK for higher studies where she completed her Economics degree from London school of Economics. She belongs to a well know family mother working as secretary-general in Pakistan Muslim League and father who was the first Pakistani awarded by the Nobel prize jury member in Germany and a brother born in States working as foreign analyst.

Being an artist mishal malik is also the chairperson at peace and culture organization. Mishal got married to husband Yasin Malik in 2009, She meet him first time in Pakistan she had listen yasin for various time as he was working as the leader of Kashmiri movement named “Hurriyat Movement”.

After three years both the couple are blessed with a daughter named “Razia Sultana”. After marriage she had been shifted for few time in Occupied Kashmir. Currently she is living in Islamabad with her daughter and struggling for the independence of Kashmir

‘Value of freedom is known by Kashmiri mothers who sacrificed their sons’

ISLAMABAD: Mishal Malik, the wife of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chairman Yasin Malik, has felicitated the nation on Independence Day. The wife of the prominent Kashmiri leader released a message and said that it must not be forgotten that Pakistan come into existence after a lot of sacrifices. "On behalf on the people of Kashmir, I would like wish people across Pakistan a happy independence day. However, it should not be forgotten that Pakistan was created after a lot of sacrifices," she said. She…

Mishal urges UN to stop rights violations of Kashmiris, Rohingya

ISLAMABAD: Mishal Malik, the wife of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) leader Yasin Malik, has called the United Nations to stop atrocities against Kashmiris, Palestinians and Rohingya Muslims. In a letter written to the UN secretary general, Ms Malik expressed grave concern over brutalities being committed against the Muslims in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK), Palestine and Myanmar, urging the UN to pay heed to their sufferings. She said the people of occupied Kashmir have been deprived of their fundamental…

Struggle of Kashmiris will turn violent if rights denied: Hurriyat leader’s wife

ISLAMABAD: Wife of Hurriyat leader Yaseen Malik Mishal Malik has said that the peaceful struggle of Kashmiris for their right of self determination will turn violent if they are not given independence, ARY News reported. Addressing a function in Islamabad on the anniversary , Malik said that the morale of Kashmiris is high despite the human rights abuses committed by Indian forces in occupied Kashmir. She said that the international community has to pay its attention towards the Kashmir issue. The Hurriyat leader's…