LAHORE: Doctors expressed new hope about the condition of Arfa Karim Randhawa, the 16-year-old who became the youngest Microsoft professional after completing her MCP in 2004. She has been in intensive care since experiencing an epileptic seizure and cardiac arrest nearly two weeks ago.
According to Lt Col (retd) Amjad Karim Randhawa, Arfa’s father, the doctors told him that the brain of her daughter is still working and they no longer consider her case hopeless.
According to the doctors, he said, EEG report had rekindled hope for her life but treatment facilities are not available in Pakistan. He said that the reports of Arfa were sent to various countries from where he gets positive response.
Amjad Karim said that prime minister, Punjab governor and Sindh governor had announced to provide all possible facilities but they failed to implement. He appealed to constitute a board of doctors as soon as possible so that decision could be taken.