Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)
Want to congratulate Malala on Nobel Peace Prize. Proud as a Pakistani for her Nobel prize, especially for her cause of education which must be our national priority.
Aseefa Bhutto Zardari
Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP)
Congratulations #MalalaYousafzai for winning the Nobel Peace Prize! She has made us all proud!! #ProudPakistani
Awami National Party (ANP)
Baacha Khan’s dream on Pashtun women’s education is coming true. We are proud of young education activist Malala Yosufzai for winning the Nobel.
Pakistan Muslim League (PML-Q)
Malala represents resilience and strength of Pakistani society and its people, especially women, youth and girls and their belief in a better tomorrow.
Alizeh Iqbal Haider
Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N)
Kailash and Malala remind us of Pakistan & India’s common goals. Let’s accept and embrace each other, let’s hold hands and conquer dreams! Let’s win together!
Haider Abbas Rizvi
Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM)
Why is it that both Nobel winners from #Pakistan have never been able to stay in the country???
Proud of you Malala. You have done us all proud.
Inter-Services Public Relations
Congrats; #Malala becomes second Pakistani to win coveted Nobel prize. Except for terrorists, all Pakistanis want their children in school.
The Nobel’s always tough on Pakistan’s mullahs, first an Ahmedi and now a girl.
Human Rights Analyst
Malala Yusufzai – The Girl Who Lived. And how!! #Pakistan
Editor, Express Tribune
Usually have to do a late editorial when there’s breaking news and in Pakistan that’s often a bomb blast –so glad that this time was a Nobel Prize.
Mehreen Zahra Malik
Who the hell cares what the extremists and the nutjobs feel about #Malala. She’s won over the universe! #NobelPeacePrize
Met #Malala Yusufzai a year ago and knew this little girl had the light of a thousand fireflies. Proud to be a fellow Pakistani. She shines.
Great, great happiness for all Pakistanis, but especially the Pakistani women on #MalalaYousafzai #NobelPeacePrize
Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy
Maybe #Malala can come home now?! Sad that she has to live in exile. #Pakistan
#Malala continues to love a country she has every reason to hate, unlike haters rallying against her. She deserves, at least, our gratitude.
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