LONDON: Nobel Calm Prize recipient Malala Yousufzai, who attended the celebration in front of Buckingham Palace in London, couldn’t assist but take a dig at India. On Wednesday, the 21-year-old represented Pakistan at the 60-second battle, during the World Cup starting celebration kept at Buckingham Palace.
“Right now we are watching increasingly more females taking part in sporting activities,” she declared while approaching the ICC Cricket World Cup starting event in London on Wednesday. “Women should engage a lot more in sports and we all have to contribute to that and motivate females and girls .” She added that Pakistan has produced awesome cricketers such as leg spinner Sana Mir.
“Right now were are watching a lot more females taking part in sporting activities. In Pakistan, we have a few awesome cricketers, including Sana Mir. These role models are motivating women to believe in themselves that they are capable of anything. Women should engage a lot more in sports and we all have to contribute to that and motivate women and girls,” Yousafzai said. World Cup 2019 is all set to start on 30th May with the 1st match to be played between England and South Africa in London.