Islamabad -  A civilian teenage girl, Yasira Riasat, 12, who had suffered a left leg injury in Indian shelling in Battal sector on October 1, 2017, returned home after two months and nine days of successful rehabilitation.

It was a great moment for her parents and family on her reunion and expressed satisfaction over her rehabilitation and they have expressed immense gratitude to Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa and the Pakistan Army for the treatment and cure.

Riasat was shifted to CMH Rawlakot in critical condition where her left leg was amputated below the knee.

The army chief, during his visit to Chirikot sector on November 10, 2017, had directed for her immediate shifting to AFIRM Rawalpindi for artificial limb implant.

She was immediately transferred to Forward Kahuta and was re-operated on November 12, 2017, for preparation for artificial limb grafting.

On November 14, 2017, she was transferred to MH Rawalpindi and grafted with an artificial limb on December 27, 2017 at AFIRM, restoring her normal gait and other life activities.

On January 20, she returned home with one nursing assistant who has been permanently detailed with her to look after her medical and logistic needs.