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Kailash calls up Malala, says ‘we must work for peace’

Kailash calls up Malala, says ‘we must work for peace’
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Satyarthi has maintained the tradition of Mahatma Gandhi and headed various forms of peaceful protests, \"focusing on the grave exploitation of children for financial gain,\" the committee said at the Nobel Institute.

She is like my daughter and we must continue to work for child rights

New Delhi: A day after winning the Nobel Peace Prize along with Malala Yousafzai, Kailash Satyarthi, India's best known face against child labour, on Saturday said that he spoke to the Pakistani teenager and told her that they must work for peace between their countries. Malala appreciated this thought, Satyarthi added.
Malala Yousafzai holds flowers after speaking to the media in Birmingham
The joint award is more ironically poignant, coming as it does when India and Pakistan are engaged in an intense exchange of ordnance across the contested Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir and heavily-guarded International Border. Talking to a news agency, Satyarthi said Malala was like his daughter and the duo must continue working for child rights.

Satyarthi has maintained the tradition of Mahatma Gandhi and headed various forms of peaceful protests, "focusing on the grave exploitation of children for financial gain," the committee said at the Nobel Institute.

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