Malala Yousafzai out of coma & communicating by notes
Pakistani nation’s prayers were answered; Malala Yousafzai is finally out of coma, conscious and communicating. The young blogger and education activist Malala was able to stand up for the first time with doctor’s help. Dr. David Rosser told that she was “doing very well”. Malala has been able to communicate through hand written notes. But Dr. Rosser added that there are still serious concerns related to her full recovery. The survival of young girl is indeed a miracle who has was been shot at close range by Taliban terrorist in her home city Swat. Malala Yousafzai was shifted to Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital in air ambulance from Pakistan. It is a specialized hospital who treating complex trauma cases like Malala.
People across Pakistan and world were praying for Malala Yousafzai. The large prayer session were held during last couple of weeks for Malala especially in Pakistan. And it seems that Allah have answered nation’s prayer. Dr. David Rosser said: “Malala is now well enough… she is happy, in fact, keen for us to share quite a lot of clinical detail with you”. This news came as a sign of relief across Pakistan. Doctor Dave Rosser also told media that Malala would need skull reconstruction in coming days. Part of her skull was removed during surgery that will be either reinserted or replaced by titanium plate.
The recovery of Malala is encouraging, but there is still long way to go. The doctors of Pakistan Army should be applauded who have provided the initial medical treatment and removed the bullet from her skull. Doctor Rosser has warned that Malala still shows sign of infection. He said: “She is still showing some signs of infection, which is probably related to the bullet track. (There is) some infection in the bullet track, which is our key source of concern”. As per doctor team who is taking care of Malala, there seems to be no loss in her memory and motor control which is reassuring.
There is growing anger against extremism and terrorism spread by banned groups like Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). The debate is currently underway to carry down serious offence against Taliban who continue to defy government and trying to enforce their version of perverse Sharia in tribal areas of Pakistan. Some analyst have said that attack on Malala Yousafzai have provided a public support what Pakistan government and Army needed to crush the growing extremism and militancy.
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