Pakistani students pray for Malala’s early recovery

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Students all over Pakistan arranged a mass- prayer for the early recovery of Malala Yousafzai, today.

Thousands of students all over Pakistan joined hands in Dua and observed a minute’s silence at 12:00 noon, Karachi.

Malala, who was shot in the head by TTP militants was reported to be in a very critical condition. Fighting for her life she was taken to an emergency ward where the doctors successfully operated her and. However, the doctors have now declared that she is currently out of danger, she is still on ventilator support at the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology’s children’s ITC, in Rawalpindi.

DG ISPR said the next 24 hours are very important for Malala’s recovery. He said, that since the doctors had to perform brain surgery on Malala but there is swelling on her brain.

He re-assured the concerned, that the best doctors were treating Malala and that everyone should pray.

While, the Information Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Mian Iftikhar Hussain plead the all the Mosques in KPK to conduct special prayers for Malala’s recovery after the  Friday prayers, today.