Pakistani young activist Malala Yousafzai who shot in the head in a murderous attack by the Taliban has been discharged from Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.
Malala’s discharge is of temporary as the 15 year-old activist has made a “remarkable” recovery, fit to be discharged as well enough to spend time recovering with her family, doctors said.
Further added, she will have to visit hospital regularly to attend clinical appointments and to be re-admitted in late January or early February for cranial reconstructive surgery.
She will continue rehabilitation at her family’s temporary West Midlands home at a short distance from the hospital, source said.
Malala was being treated at Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEHB) after being shot by the Taliban in October for advocating girls’ education and promoting secularism.
For her bravery and courage to support girl’s education, Malala is being awarded with Ireland’s prestigious Tipperary International Peace Prize for 2012.
Moreover, Birmingham government has offered a job at its Pakistani consulate to her father, Ziauddin Yousafzai as it will be easy for Malala family to make regular stay in Britain after her medical treatment.
The shooting of Yousufzai occurred in a school bus when she left school in the Swat valley in October, sparked domestic and international outrage.