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Malala Yousafzai: Who is Malala’s husband Asar Malik? Find out …

New Delhi: Pakistani social activist Malala Yousafzai, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, shared her wedding photos on social media. Since then, many have been curious about Malala’s husband Asar Malik.

Malala and Asar Malik’s wedding took place in Birmingham, UK. Malala’s husband Asar Malik plays sports. Asar is the High Performance General Manager at the Pakistan Cricket Board.

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According to Pakistani media, Malik graduated from Lahore University of Management Sciences with a degree in Economics and Political Science in 2012.

Asar has also worked with well-known brands such as Coca Cola and Friesland Campina.

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Asar Malik was also the operational manager for the Pakistan Super League franchise Multan Sultan. The effect was often felt in public.

Malala and Asar Malik had previously performed together during the World Cricket Championship. The two were spotted with some of their friends during a game between Pakistan and South Africa on June 23, 2019 at Lord’s Ground in London. Waqar Younis could also be seen in this photo. According to the Pakistani media, this will be the first direct meeting between Malala and Asar.

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Malala studied philosophy, political science and economics at Oxford University. She also loves cricket, which she mentioned in many interviews.

Malala Yousafzai was the youngest Nobel Prize winner to become a social worker. Malala was born in Pakistan. Malala, who worked with her father to educate girls in Pakistan, was shot dead by Taliban fighters in 2012. Malala was only 11 years old at the time. The bomber hit a school bus shortly after noon with Malala coming home from school. After a long period of treatment in the UK, Malala’s health improved. From then on, Malala continued her work.

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