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Malala to Tikka Masala – UK Police Officers guarding Malala Yousafzai use offensive pet names

Malala Yousafzai was placed under strict protection by the West Midlands Police in the United Kingdom. Rebecca Kalam, a former police inspector who later became a whistleblower, revealed that she was commonly referred to as “Tikka Masala.”

According to the Daily Mail, Rebecca Kalam allegedly told the UK’s Channel 4 News that she overheard some of the education activist’s security guards call her “Tikka Masala” on several occasions. In the past, Ms. Kalam has accused the West Midlands Police of racism, misogyny, and toxic behavior. She recently prevailed in a dispute with the force over employment issues. The police force has accepted a total of 75 complaints against the officers in Ms. Kalam’s case, and she may be in line for a settlement that would set a record for this type of dispute.

Ms. Kalam has now made public the specific allegations she made against the policemen. She left the police force in July and claimed that her coworkers referred to their work in central Birmingham as the “pussy patrol,” where they would sit and “gawk” at women while discussing whom they would like to have a relationship with. Over her decade-long tenure within the organization, she alleges that a former coworker engaged in indecent exposure towards her, while another colleague made an unwelcome attempt to touch her inappropriately. Additionally, she asserted that during a training session, she was subjected to a strip search, down to her underwear, in the presence of male colleagues. Furthermore, she alleged that she was instructed to act as a role model within the unit due to her ethnic background.

She expressed concern, stating, “We should be able to trust these police officers to protect us.” She also inquired, “Imagine if your daughter were in a similar situation, and you knew that armed officers were present. Wouldn’t you, as a parent, feel anxious?” She expressed apprehensions regarding potential predatory conduct within the unit. In 2012, Malala Yousafzai, a 14-year-old Pakistani student, was transported by air to Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital following a gunshot to her head by Taliban militants due to her advocacy for women’s education. This dedicated Pakistani campaigner subsequently achieved the distinction of becoming the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.

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