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A brand new life: Woman injured in Indian LoC shelling will get prosthetic leg | Pakistan


Yasra together with her cattle in Rawlakot

RAWALAKOT: For 12-year-old Yasra, her life darkened after she misplaced a leg in cross-border shelling by Indian troops in Rawlakot district of Azad Kashmir.

However her smile returned just a few months later when, on the directions of Chief of Military Workers (COAS) Common Qamar Javed Bajwa, she was handled at a Rawalpindi hospital and fitted with a prosthetic leg.

Now capable of stroll and play once more, Yasra’s little world has regained its misplaced colors.

Yasra together with her new leg 

“I’m tremendous now. I’m very comfortable to get a brand new leg. I can play as soon as once more. I want to thank [Army] Chief uncle for [giving me] a brand new leg,” she instructed Geo Information.

Yasra misplaced her leg when a shell fired by Indian forces in Battal Sector of Rawlakot district final yr gave her life-threatening accidents. COAS Common Bajwa, upon taking discover of her situation, organized for her medical remedy in Rawalpindi.

She was fitted with a brand new prosthetic limb on November 12, and has since reclaimed her previous life.

Her dad and mom, delighted with their daughter’s newfound well being, expressed their gratitude for the Military Chief and mentioned they’re comfortable to see Yasra smiling and laughing as soon as once more. 

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