The father of teenage education activist Malala Yousafzai has been given a job in a Pakistan consulate in Birmingham, England. Ziaududdin Yousafzai has been appointed education attaché at the UK consulate of Pakistan in the city, the Pakistan government announced. Yousufzai will be the head of the education section under the head of mission. He has been given the position for three years, which may be extended for a further two years, the BBC reported.
His daughter Malala, 15, was treated in Birmingham after being shot in the head by the Taliban in the Swat Valley on October 9 2012. The Taliban shot Malala for 'promoting secularism, and girls' education.
Doctors said the bullet grazed the teenager's brain when it struck her just above her left eye.