In an astonishing revelation, a Pakistani woman parliamentarian has come out claiming that the 2012 Taliban attack which was on the Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai was apparently 'scripted'.
Mussarat Ahmadzeb, who is a member of parliament from Imran Khan-led Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party commented that the entire scene of Malala about writing for BBC and then later the attack taking place were all part of a plan.
In an interview, she reported to the Urdu newspaper, Ummat, "I don't know all of the directors and producers but I know some of the characters of this drama. A BBC [Urdu] representative was also involved."
The woman who is in charge for affirming the whole incident as "scripted way before incident", is the daughter-in-law of the former ruler of the semi-autonomous state of Swat. She was sceptical if any bullet was lodged in the victim's head. Therefore, in a tweet, she said, "She (Malala) was shot in the head but no bullet was found in the Computerised Tomography (CT) scan in Swat. But yes, then the bullet got stuck in her head in CMH (combined military hospital) Peshawar."
She added that the medics were given a land by the government to build houses.
According to Ahmadzeb, Malala could not read and write at the time she was shown as writing stories for BBC as Gul Makai and therefore, an American used to live in her house for three months to give her the training for her future role.
Later in 2014, PTI spokesperson Shafqat Mahmood reported that his party had abandoned Mussarat along with two other lawmakers for violating party discipline.
He said, "During the protest against election rigging, three MNAs (Members of National Assembly) -- Mussarat Ahmadzeb, Gulzar Ahmed and Siraj Muhammad -- refused to abide by party laws (and were disowned)."