Malala wants Pak to `always` win against India in cricket

Karachi: Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai has expressed her desire that peace should be there between India and Pakistan, but when it comes to cricket all she wants is Pakistan to win.

While speaking to an Indian news channel, the teenage human rights activist said that she always hoped for India and Pakistan to have good relations, but in cricket she wanted Pakistan to win, the Express Tribune reported.

Expressing her desire to visit Pakistan again in the near future, she said she wanted to return to her motherland and serve her people.

Malala, who was surprised with the love and affection that the Indian people have showered upon her, said she wished to pay a visit to India, especially Delhi and Mumbai, to inspire young girls there.

The youngest-ever Nobel laureate maintained that her father was her source of inspiration but also revealed that it was her mother who encouraged both of them as she always believed in speaking the truth. (ANI)