THE tot who practically died within the Kabul airport bomb assault can be flown to Britain to be reunited along with his mum — and begin a brand new life.
Muhammad Raza, dubbed the Angel of Kabul, has been granted House Workplace approval to settle right here when he’s properly sufficient after officers learn of his ordeal in final week’s The Solar on Sunday.
Muhammad Raza has been granted House Workplace approval to settle in Britain when he’s properly sufficient after officers learn of his ordeal in final week’s The Solar on Sunday
Little Muhammad was given a 30 per cent probability of survival after shrapnel pierced his physique and now has an 80 per cent probability of survival after being taken to hospital in Pakistan
Muhammad, two this month, was given a 30 per cent probability of survival after shrapnel pierced his physique.
His British grandad Sultan, 48, and pop, Miraj, 22, have been among 182 killed.
Mum Basbibi, 19, had obtained on an RAF flight to Dubai earlier than the suicide bomber struck.
Yesterday, Home Secretary Priti Patel gave Muhammad and shut household, together with his five-month-old sister Kalsoom, permission to remain right here.
Basbibi, in London, mentioned: “It has been terrible however lastly there’s some excellent news.
“I’m actually grateful to your newspaper on your assist, and we’re very grateful to the British government.
“I’m so joyful and excited I’ll be reunited with my infants.”
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An image shared by the household exhibits him sitting up in mattress.
Uncle Shakrullah Rez mentioned: “This provides Muhammad and his sister a once-in-a-lifetime alternative of life in Britain.”
The House Workplace mentioned: “On listening to of this extremely difficult case, the House Secretary granted him and his fast household Depart Outdoors the Guidelines to allow them to be reunited with kin within the UK when wholesome sufficient to fly.”
Priti Patel gave Muhammad and shut household together with his five-month-old sister Kalsoom permission to remain right hereCredit score: Dan Charity / The Solar
The Solar on Sunday reported on courageous Muhammad who has now been granted permission to begin a brand new life along with his mum in Britain
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