PESHAWAR: The Bacha Khan University (BKU), which has been closed after terrorists killed at least 21 students and professor last month, reports are institute will reopen on February (Monday).
Saeed Khan spokesperson on Friday said the university’s security committee, after consultation decided to open the institute. It was decided in the committee that university staff and students will not use university transport.
“The committee visited the campus prior to the meeting,” public relations officer Saeed Khan told Express Tribune. The committee observed that walls and watch towers had been erected and CCTV cameras installed with its centralised system improved, while local police was also on alert to provide security to the varsity.
In 2016, Pakistan has suffering from new strings of attacks, after Bacha Khan University attack, banned outfit TTP has threatened to carry out more attacks on educational institutes as a result respective provincial government have directed to the administrations of public and private educational organizations to make high level security arrangement to avoid any mishap.