Friday, January 2, 2015

Greenwich University demands unity of leaders

Karachi, Greenwich University Karachi, one of the leading universities of Pakistan was the terrorist attack in Peshawar, convicted 132 students from public schools of the Army and nine deaths.

"Call for the condemnation of this cowardly act of terrorism, we join hands to raise their voices against this cruelty to eliminate violence in society," said a representative of the University in a statement. "We demand exemplary punishment for the perpetrators."

The students, faculty and administration of the university are the principles of peace and education for everyone.

"We gather for unity in a country where violence is often accepted and sometimes quietly defended display."