THE grieving young mum of a baby boy gravely hurt in the Kabul Airport suicide bombing is pleading with PM Boris Johnson to help reunite her with her two children.
Basbibi Raza, 19, wept as she revealed that Muhammad Raza — two next month — needs a life-saving operation in the next 48 hours.
The tot was hit by shrapnel in the blast which killed his dad Miraj and grandad Sultan, 48.
He has already had surgery in Afghanistan where he remains with his five-month-old sister, Kalsoom.
Basbibi was split from her family moments before Thursday’s attack which killed at least 170, including 13 US troops and three Brits.
They got permission to board an RAF flight out after Sultan, a cabbie in England since 2002, was granted UK citizenship ten days earlier.
Basbibi took the flight alone, only learning of her family’s tragedy when she landed at Birmingham Airport on Friday.
Deemed mentally unfit to self-isolate, she was taken to London where family members are looking after her.
Speaking through her brother Shakrullah, she said: “I need my children back. I can’t do anything without them.
"Muhammad needs his mother with him so he can get better. He has swelling on his stomach and needs an operation now.
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“Kalsoom is only a little baby. She still needs her milk from me. I have to be with her.”
She said: “We want to contact Boris directly. We would like to meet him. The UK government have the power to help.”
The Ministry of Defence said previously that Muhammad was too unwell to be airlifted out of Afghanistan.
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