(LifeSiteNews) ― Shelina Begum believes that doctors wish to stop the life support of her brain-injured five-year-old daughter to save “resources.”
“I have received various internal information that it all boils down to resources,” she told the hosts of the Good Morning Britain talk show yesterday.
“They are not prepared to give Tafida another six months even though a top independent neurologist has confirmed that Tafida needs time.”
The attorney and mother of two appeared on television yesterday to bring her five-year-old daughter’s case to the British public. Minimally conscious Tafida Raqeeb is in danger of her life because doctors at the National Health Service’s Royal London Hospital believe that it is in her best interest to be removed from life support and left to die.
The little girl’s parents disagree. CONTINUE