Hira Akbar nominated for International Children Peace Prize


Swat: A young talented 14 years old girl, Hira Akbar from Swat Pakistan has been nominated for International Children Peace Prize by Kids Rights Foundation who worked as flag bearer of children rights in Pakistan.

According to our sources, it had been reported to MCR, “Hira Akbar of Swat’s administrative center Saidu Sharief has been nominated for the International Children’s Peace Prize by Kids Right Foundation.

“It is an international organization advocating for children rights around the globe.”

“A 14 years old, who is the speaker of Children Rights Committee parliament has nominated her efforts for child rights in Swat,” Chief Manager Akbar Ali recorded his voice message, he expressed, “It’s an honour and joy for us that a young talented youth raised her voice against injustice towards children.”

He took a long sigh and said, “It’s our dilemma that we always praised wrong people, Malala Yousaf Zai (the Nobel Prize laurate) attack was a drama, startling revelations surface.

“Inappropriately, it was a remote-control blast.”

Mr. Akbar Ali said, “The Kids Right Foundation also working for CRC- a local non-government organization and raised her voice against under age marriages as well as the ordeal of physical abuse towards children in Swat’s school, Akbar a student of grade 7 is also a pigeon keeping enthusiast.”

According to the report of Duniya News, “More than 156 children from all around the world have participated in the contest,” he added, “We have high hopes of winning the award owing to her efforts for children rights.”

Furthermore, a true talent needs an appraise from the world, Miss Hira said, “I am working for the sake of Allah not for any worldly award.”














Reporter: Syeda Faiza Bukhari

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