Birmingham: Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani school girl who was shot at and injured by Taliban, has been discharged from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham as an inpatient.
Malala will now continue her rehabilitation at her family’s temporary home in the West Midlands.
Malala was shot in head by the Taliban on October 9 over her campaign for girls’ education.
Malala will now be cared for by her family in their temporary home in the West Midlands but she will continue to be treated in the hospital as an outpatient.
She will return to the hospital in late January or early February for cranial reconstructive surgery.
Malala was admitted to the QEHB on Monday October 15 after being flown from Pakistan.
Ziauddin Yousafzai, the father of Malala, has also been appointed Pakistan’s education attache in Birmingham.
The position — with an initial 3-year commitment — virtually guarantees Malala will remain in the UK.
Despite, wining worldwide recognition for the struggle for women’s rights in Pakistan, Malala is losing popularity inside her country as hundreds of students in Swat, the native city of Malala, protested against naming their college after Malala Yousafzai.
The protesting students also tears apart Malala’s posters.
The social media sites also witnessed anti-Malala campaigns.