BIRMINGHAM - First operation of Army Public School’s injured student Ahmed Nawaz went successful as doctors declared his health out of danger.

As per details, 14-hour long operation of Ahmed Nawaz was held at Queen Elizabeth Hospital. His father told media that the doctors have transplanted Ahmed’s arm and now he has been shifted to the room under observation. He further stated that the other operation would be carried out soon.

Ahmed Nawaz was among those students who had sustained injuries when terrorists opened indiscriminately firing at Army Public School in Peshawar on December 16. At least 135 students and nine staff members also lost their lives in the incident. Outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) had claimed responsibility of the attack in response to a major army operation against the insurgents in the tribal areas.