Malala attack: Zardari orders provision of medical care to other two injured

President enquired about the health of Shazia and Kainat who were travelling along with Malala.

October 13, 2012

ISLAMABAD: President Asif Ali Zardari on Saturday asked the concerned government authorities to provide free medical care to the other two students who were injured in the Taliban attack on Malala Yousufzai.      

Presidential spokesperson Senator Farhatullah Babar said that Zardari enquired about the health of Shazia and Kainat, who were travelling along with Malala when their school bus was attacked by the militants.

Zardari praised the children for continuing with their education despite threats.

He added that these children represent the true face of Pakistan. “They are a national asset and had raised collective national consciousness against militants and extremists,” he said.

The president also called for a report on the injured’s condition.


Imtiaz | 10 years ago | Reply Pakistan in her 63 years of Existence had almost 40 years of Army rule and democracy as I would put it was never given any chance and when it was, we labeled it ‘sham democracy\’ without ever thinking of consequences,it took Pakistan at least decades back, back to square one with nothing in hand, having to call foreigners to run our economy with actions that later slit the Economic throat of country herself, having to invite a war which initially wasn’t even ours but we still fought. 63 years of Pakistan’s history is nothing compared to world’s other successful nations, It took America 200 years herself to be where she is today, The history is in front of us, America was never a democracy, was in fact initially the same feudal society where gangs, ethnicities, personal grudges, territorial control of certain regional economic places was everything, followed by the period of Neo-feudalism to which I believe Pakistan is suffering from as well. Now the question is if US took 200 years to gain this status, how we can get in hardly 25 years of trembling democracy. Pakistan needs much more time have a well, strong and dynamic democracy.
zakaria mohammad | 10 years ago | Reply

I'm so proud of our generous President Asif Ali Zardari!

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