PESHAWAR: Vice-Chancellor of Bacha Khan University Dr Fazal-ur-Rahim Marwat has said the college will revive for staff today and classes will start in a matter of seconds with the soul to thump out the strengths of abhorrence and dimness.
Conversing with The News, he said a sympathy meeting would be held at the principle theater of the college where educators, understudies and different staff members would offer aggregate supplications to God for the left souls and those harmed in the terrorist assault on January 20.
He included that reproduction and repair works had been begun at the harmed and shot baffled structures, dividers and windows after preparatory review and a remembrance would be raised in the college grounds in memory of the individuals who lost their lives in the grisly assault. Four terrorists had raged the grounds of the Bacha Khan University Charsadda on Wednesday killing 21 individuals, generally understudies at a young men's inn. An educator, an administrator and other staff individuals were additionally among those slaughtered.
Reviewing the shocking episode, the bad habit chancellor said he was headed to the college when he was informed that furnished men had entered the grounds and propelled an assault. He said he was halted at the Nissatta Police Station, sited around two kilometers from the grounds.
"An abstract social event (mushaira) had been booked regarding the 28th demise commemoration of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan in the principle corridor of the college," he said, including it was simply an artistic capacity and just artists and researchers were welcome to the occasion. To an inquiry, the bad habit chancellor said he had as of now forewarned his security staff in perspective of the dangers of assault on an instructive foundation of the area. Be that as it may, he focused on that there was no particular danger to the Bacha Khan University.
Dr Fazal-ur-Rahim Marwat requested that the government declare exceptional bravery recompense of Tamgha-e-Shujaat for the individuals who relinquished their lives at Bacha Khan University. He kept up that the security monitors, understudies, an educator and the Campus Police had indicated dauntlessness while confronting the equipped terrorists inside the grounds.
"There is no weight from the folks or relatives of the individuals who kicked the bucket in the assault. Maybe they are glad for the suffering of their precious ones," he said.
The bad habit chancellor additionally welcomed the brisk and early reaction of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police and Pakistan Army who squandered no time and came to the grounds to bind the terrorists to a building and after that dispense with them on the spot.
Dr Fazal-ur-Rahim Marwat, who is writer of the book "From Muhajir to Mujahid" about Afghan displaced people and mujahideen, said it was an extraordinary difficulty of the country that the terrorists had targetted instructive foundations. "The country must join the security powers to thwart the plans of the individuals who needed to deny our offspring of present day training and information," he pushed.
"We have to change our syllabus, debilitate the way of life of weapons and end the economy of war being executed on our dirt," he included.