Malala Yousafzai on ventilator, next 36-48 hrs life-threatening
Taliban gunned Malala Yousafzai, the 14-year-old right activist who is struggling for her life from last week in hospital remains unconscious on ventilator but was in a ”satisfactory” condition, a source said.
As per Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), health condition of Malala is normal but still on a ventilator at the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology (AFIC) due to having swelling on her brain causing shoots attack at her head by Taliban gunman.
In Pakistan, on Friday, a national day of prayer, all the schools and mosques were in prayers for the safer life of Malala.
Moreover, Pak police reported that they have arrested three suspects who are connected in Malala’s murder attempt attack and on otherside, Pakistani Islamic clerics issued a fatwa against the Taliban gunmen.
It has been said that next 36-48 hours are most critical for Malala’s life as Taliban warned to kill 14 years teenager again if she recovers.
Taking responsibility of Malala’s murder attempt by the Pak banned militant group Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), reports said, the attack was a long plan of month ago and not because of her educational campaign. It was a highlight to call Islamic Shariah in Pak.
“Tehrik-i-Taliban’s crime wasn’t that they banned education for girls. Instead, our crime was that we tried to bring education system for both boys and girls under Shariah. We are against co-education and secular education system, and Shariah orders us to be against it,” Taliban said in a statement.