PESHAWAR  - Muhammad Ibrahim, an student of the Army Public school and college who was injured while rescuing six students during terrorists attack, is still languishing in various hospitals due to his backbone injury and has appealed to PTI Chairman Imran Khan to make arrangements for his treatment as doctors recommended him treatment abroad.
Talking to journalists, Muhammad Ibrahim said at the time of attack he was busy to rescue students in intense firing, however a bullet fired from militants’ side hit his body in the back which resulted in damaging his backbone and caused him physical disability.  He said that he was treated in the Combined Military Hospital Rawalpindi but was discharged and the doctors suggested that he should be treated abroad. He said that now there is a problem in his spinal card due to which he could not properly walk and stand.
He explained that they are not economically stable to afford this expensive treatment abroad and it is responsibility of the government to make arrangements for his treatment.
He said that Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak and Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan had promised his treatment abroad but so far no practical step has been taken in this regard.
He appealed to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak and Pakistan Tehrik-e-insaf chairman to take steps for his better treatment abroad to avoid all life disability.