In an interview with CNN, Malala said that she wanted to be the PM of Pakistan because through politics she could save the whole country. "I can spend much of the budget on education and I can also concentrate on foreign affairs," she said.
Malala, who is the front-runner in this year's Nobel Peace Prize list said that it would be an honour if she got the Nobel Prize. The Nobel Peace Prize will be announced on Friday, Oct 11.
"The Nobel Peace Prize will help me to begin the campaign for girls' education," she said.
However, she added that the real prize for her would be to see every child, irrespective of their caste, creed, race or religion to go to school and vowed to struggle and work hard for this cause.
When questioned about the prize, she said that it was a humble gesture and that all those who have received it so far deserved it. "But when I think of myself, I think that I still have a lot to do," she said.
Malala" They (Taliban)can shoot a body, but not my dreams
In spite of receiving fresh threats from the Pakistan Taliban recently, her spirit refuses to die. "They can only shoot a body, they cannot shoot my dreams," she said.
Malala was shot last year in the head by the Pakistan Taliban for being vocal about her ideas on girl's education. She was then in United Kingdom, where she was given proper medical care post he attack.