Malala Yousufzai sustains injury in firing incident

SAWAT: The National peace Award Winner Malala Yousufzai along with two other girls got injured in a targeted firing incident in Sawat, Tuesday.

According to our correspondent, some unidentified people opened fire on Malala’s car when she was on her way to home.

Malala was shifted to Saidu Teaching Hospital, where doctors declared that she was out of danger.

Later, The girl was shifted to Combined Military Hospital Peshawar for further treatment, sources stated.

According to the hospital sources, Malala had received a head injury and doctors adjudged her out of danger but the doctors have not stated anything certain stating that final conclusion would be drawn after reviewing the CT Scan and other relevant tests of the injured.

Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has claimed responsibility of the attack. According to Malala’s fellow classmate, who also got injured in the attack, Malala was initially identified before being shot by the armed man.

The 14-years old talented girl of Pakistan has received many National and International awards.

Yousufzai struggled for restoring peace in Swat and education for girls in the region for which she was awarded the National Peace Award by former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani.