Malala Yousafzai’s bullet surgery ‘successful’, still unconscious

Malala Yousafzai, the 14-year-old Pakistani young right teenager activist who was shot by Taliban gunmen in the Swat Valley, is still struggling for her life as her health conditions are critical.

However, after an operation Pakistani Surgeons in Peshawar have removed a bullet from Malala’s spine which was gunned by Taliban gunman, injuring two others while they walked from school, sparking condemnation from politicians, activists and the public.

As per source, now she is in stable, her chances of survival improved after the surgery, but she remained unconscious and in critical condition.

Malala is a young right activist, campaigning for girl’s education and their rights. She also documenting against Taliban oppression which is the major reason of attack. Taliban group targeted her because she ‘promoted secularism’, a military source told reporters.

Meanwhile, after come out of danger still her life threatening as Pakistani Taliban warned that Taliban gunman targeted her because it considered her a pro-Western symbol of “infidels and obscenity” and if she survives, it would not be left from killing.

Pakistan President as well as politicians along with top profile ministers including Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, condemned the assassination attempt in the volatile Swat Valley region, but still no reaction has made by religious parties and mosque leaders.

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