13:10 17 October 2012
Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani girl shot by Taliban for promoting secularism, had a bullet removed from her skull last week. Her doctors are hoping for her swift recovery.
Hospital Director Dr David Rosser said: "Clearly it would be inappropriate on every level, not least for her, to put her through all of this if there was no hope of decent recovery.”
Doctors are hoping to give an update on Malala’s condition after running several tests.
It can be remembered that Malala gained attention after he wrote a diary for BBC describing life under Taliban rule. She was attacked together with other schoolgirls in the Swat Valley.
Malala was taken to City of Peshawar where the bullet that entered her skull was removed. She was later transferred to a military hospital in Rawalpindin. However, it is understood that a panel of doctors recommended her to be transferred to a UK centre to get specialist treatment.
According to some reports, although she is not yet fully recovered from the incident, the Taliban is threatning Malala yet again. For this reason, the young girl is thought to have been given tight security.
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