The medical experts of Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham have begun treating the severely injured Malala Yousafzai and expressed hope that she will recover shortly while indicating her condition satisfactory.
Malala Yousafzai, 14 was flown to England on yesterday for specialist treatment where a doctor has said she’d a “chance of making a good recovery”. Malala arrived in Birmingham through an air ambulance provided by the UAE. The decision to send her abroad for treatment was made by the board of physicians treating her Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology in Rawalpindi and with the permission of her close relatives.
Malala an outspoken advocate for girls’ education – was shot in the head previous Tuesday outside her school in Mingora, Swat. After her early treatment in a Peshawar hospital, she’d been receiving care at the AFIC in Rawalpindi for the past couple of days.