2012 attack on Malala was scripted: Pakistani woman lawmaker
ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani parliamentarian said the Taliban attack in 2012 against Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai was “script”.
Mussarat Ahmadzeb, a member of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, led by Imran Khan, said the whole Malala saga was written for the BBC and then the attack was part of a plan.
“The attack on Malala was written before the incident (in 2012),” Ummat Urmat newspaper said in an interview.
Ahmadzeb, who is the daughter of the former leader of the semi-autonomous state of Swat, doubted that a bullet was lodged in the head of Malala.
“She (Malala) was shot in the head, but no bullet was found on the CT scan in Swat.” But yes, then the ball got stuck in MHC (Peshawar Combined Military Hospital), “he-t, Said later in a tweet.
He also accused the doctors involved in the treatment of Malala had given land by the government to build houses.
“The doctors who have CT scans with the doctor who examined it all received parcels by the government,” said the PTI lawmaker.
Ahmadzeb said Malala could not read and write when he was shown how to write stories for the BBC as Gul Makai.
She alleged that an American living in Malala’s house for three months to train for the future role.
It was not clear why the legislator clearly pronounced Malala’s statement and his efforts.
For his part, PTI spokesman Shafqat Mahmood said his party had already repudiated Mussarat in 2014 with two other lawmakers for violating party discipline.
“In protest of the election fraud, three deputies (Mussarat Ahmadzeb, Gulzar Ahmed and Siraj Muhammad) refused to comply with the laws of the party (and have been repudiated),” he Mahmood said To the media.