The Pakistan Taliban terrorist Ehsanullah Ehsan responsible for the 2012 shooting of Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai in Pakistan and the fatal attack at a Army school in Peshawar in 2014 has escaped from the prison. This information is released by the video clip which is released by himself on social media. Ehsan said that he has escaped from the prison of Pakistani security agencies on 11 January.
He claimed that the Pakistani army failed to keep the promises made to him during his surrender in 2017. In the clip he is heard saying, “With the help of God, I succeeded to escape on January 11, 2020 from the confinement of the security forces.” If this clip turns out to be credible, it will prove to be a big setback for Pakistan, which is campaigning for the elimination of the Taliban.
Ehsaan said that he would elaborate on his days in jail and his future plans in the coming days. Significantly, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner, Malala was shot dead by a gunman in the Swat Valley of Pakistan during 2012 Campaign for Women’s Education. On December 16, 2014 entered the Peshawar’s Army Public School and went from classroom-to-classroom shooting indiscriminately, killing 149 people including 132 students.