London: The courageous 15 year old education campaigner from Pakistan - Malala Yousufzai, was battling with life for last one month but she has finally emerged victorious. The girl, shot in head by a Taliban gunman in Pakistan, has conveyed thanks to her well-wishers across the world who supported her.
Her exemplary act is drawing well-wishers support from across the world, who by wishing her speedy recovery have started a campaign for this year's Noble Peace Prize to be conferred to Malala.
Post the incident that took place in month of October, she was flown to Queen Elizabeth hospital, Birmingham for better treatment.
Her father Zianuddin Yousafzai said that since her recovery, she wanted to thank well-wishers for helping her
"survive and stay long". Teenager is receiving thousands of goodwill messages from across the world.
Mr Yousafzai in an issued statement said, "She wants me to tell everyone how grateful she is and is amazed that men, women and children from across the world are interested in her well-being. We deeply feel the heart-touching good wishes of the people across the world of all caste, colour and creed."
Birmingham doctors where she is recuperating have stated that she will get well soon.
Malala had been campaigning for the girls' rights for an education and had written a diary for the BBC Urdu service also.
Meanwhile, her well-wishers across the world have begun their campaigning calling for Malala to be awarded the Noble Peace Prize. Over 60, 000 people have signed this petition so far.
In the UK, Shahida Choudhary is campaign calling for Malala to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Extending her support to her she said, "Malala doesn't just represent one young woman, she speaks out for all those who are denied an education purely on the basis of their gender. There are girls like Malala in the UK and across the world. I was one of them. I started this petition because a Nobel Peace Prize for Malala will send a clear message that the world is watching and will support those who stand up for the right of girls to get an education."