A Picture Of Malala And Bilawal Bhutto Is Going Viral, Forcing People To Make Terrible Comments About Them!


A Picture Of Malala And Bilawal Bhutto Is Going Viral, Forcing People To Make Terrible Comments About Them!


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World’s youngest Nobel Peace Laureate and activist Malala Yousafzai had a meeting with Pakistan People’s Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto at the Oxford University on Thursday.  A tweet published on Thursday shows the two sharing a frame in what appears to be a library.

Malala and Bilawal apparently had a conversation on intellect and education in Pakistan.

Have a look at the picture of Malala and Bhutto

This picture apparently turned into a massive joke and the responses that people shared were quite amusing. Have a look!



This is beyond funny!

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Donkey Raja!




That’s a lot of hatred flooding in


After the above post, we rummaged Twitter and this is what we stumbled upon! Have a look and please share your feedback!

This was the tweet that was shared by the Oxford Union.

The entire meet up caused a stir in the public and several people went vocal about this rendezvous. Have a look at what some users had to say.

One user questioned the qualification of Bilawal Bhutto

This user asked that when will the Sindh progress!

One user asked about all the money laundering that Bhutto is behind.

Another user wrote that the Bhutto family has certainly looted our country and no one is doing anything about that.

This person tweeted that Asif Zardari is corrupt.

An advocate of girls’ education, Malala runs an international, non-profit organization named ‘The Malala Fund’, that fights for girls’ education.  Meanwhile, Bilawal’s mother, former Prime Minister of Pakistan Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto, was an alumna of the prestigious Oxford University.

The entire meeting lead people to pour out their hearts – some negative and others positive. Malala Yousufzai has accomplished a lot in her life. The Nobel Prize Winner aims to change the narrative of education among Pakistani women.

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