Islamabad, Oct 12: The Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan has reportedly warned that those who are found selling the book titled ‘I am Malala’, authored by Malala Yousufzai, who was shot by the Taliban, will face serious consequences.
The TTP said that Malala had not performed any act of bravery but swapped her religion Islam with secularism for which she is being rewarded.
A spokesman for the group, Shahidullah Shahid said that they knew that Malala would get awards from the enemies of Islam.
Shahid warned that media and international community should keep in mind that students of Jamia Hafsa, Islamabad, were never given any award despite their immense bravery, Dawn News reports.
He further said that the Taliban will not lose an opportunity to kill Malala and those who were found selling her book will be targeted, the report added. (ANI)