Joint security committee formed to protect KP's educational institutes
PESHAWAR: A joint security committee has been formed for the safety of educational institutes in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The committee will embrace members of the police and provincial schooling division.
On the morning of December 1, terrorists attacked the scholar hostel contained in the Directorate of Agriculture Extension on College Street in Peshawar. 9 individuals had been martyred and round 30 injured within the incident.
The security forces later managed to kill all of the terrorists after a gunfight which lasted over an hour.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Inspector Basic Police Salahuddin Mehsud has stated the committee would put together a report on the security of educational institutes within the province.
The report could be introduced to the central police workplace in a single week, following which a security plan could be formulated.
College students within the line of fireside
On December 16, 2014, 147 individuals, together with 132 schoolchildren, had been massacred in one of many deadliest terrorist assaults within the nation’s historical past when terrorists stormed the Military Public College in Peshawar Cantonment and opened indiscriminate hearth.
Later, on January 20, 2016, 21 college students and workers members of Bacha Khan College in Charsadda had been martyred after terrorists stormed the college and opened hearth.
Following the 2 assaults, the federal government had sanctioned the arming of academics with weapons in order to put up a battle in case of a terrorist assault.