Islamabad: International media now seems to be on a mission to deceive the people of Pakistan, tagging Taliban in almost every gloomy incident that occur in any nook and corner of the country. Media now reports another school girl from Swat who is under threat by Taliban. According to reports, teenaged Hina Khan, a student of Class 11, is threatened by Taliban as she was pioneer in raising her voice publicly against Taliban atrocities in the Malakand Valley, claiming to be on the hit list of local Taliban.
Her parents claim that no immediate notice have been taken in this regard by the authorities to provide protection to them even after they witnessed deadly attack on Malala Yousafzai. The family fled from Swat and moved to Islamabad when violent incidents increased against girls augmented in the valley.
It is to mention here that Hina Khan, had publicly criticized militants’ atrocities in 2009 against female education.
“I had left Swat with my family because the militants had threatened girls’ education there but now I feel I would not be able to go to school in Islamabad as well after these renewed threats,” Khan told local newspaper.
“I raised my voice publicly to save their future,” she further stated.
Hina said she was receiving threats to be targeted or kidnapped by some elements. What has been further worrying for her family is that a red cross appears on the main gate of Hina’s house in the Federal Capital which terrifies them more.
Young girl told that the red cross appeared on the gate earlier but she removed it assuming it might have been drawn by some kids, but it got appeared again, followed by a phone call from a PTCL Landline number of Peshawar, threatening her that she would not be spared.