In a statement by the military spokesman says, Malala will require a prolonged care to fully recover physically and psychologically.
He added that, an air ambulance transporting Malala, provided by the United Arab Emirates, had departed from Islamabad and was heading for the United Kingdom.
“The panel of doctors recommended that Malala be shifted abroad to a UK center which has the capability to provide integrated care to children who have sustained severe injury,” said the spokesman in a statement.
Malala has become a potent symbol of resistance against the Pakistani Taliban’s efforts to deprive girls of an education.
Pakistanis have held some protests and candlelight vigils but government officials have refrained from publicly criticizing the Taliban by name over the attack, in what critics say is a lack of resolve against extremism.
Opponents of Pakistan’s government and military say the shooting is another reminder of the state’s failure to tackle militancy.