Malala shifted to Britain for treatment: ISPR

Malala Yousafzai has been sent to Great Britain for further treatment, after the decision of the board of doctors treating her in the army hospital and with the permission of her relatives.

Malala an outspoken supporter of girls’ education – was shot in the head and neck as she waited for a school bus last Tuesday in Swat.

After her early treatment in a regional hospital, she’d been receiving care at an army hospital in Rawalpindi for the past couple of days. The decision to send Malala to the UK had been taken after discussions with her relatives and all expenses for her treatment would be borne by the Federal government, a statement released by ISPR said.

As per reports in the foreign media, Malala will be treated at the Queen Elizabeth hospital in Birmingham.

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