Peshawar Army School reopens after terror attack on Dec 16

North Gazette News/Islamabad
Peshawar Army School was on Monday reopened with students in huge numbers coming forward to attend the classes after the gruesome terror attack on December 16 in which over 130 children were murdered in cold blood.

As per reports, hundreds of students defying terror threats thronged Peshwar Army School on Monday and many of them said they wanted to continue to their studies despite the horrifying terror attack on minor children inside the school premises.

Around 132 students were shot dead by Pak Taliban terrorists in an attack on the school on December 16, 2014 and the gruesome killings had sent authorities into tizzy.

Pakistan government had launched offensive against Pak Taliban terrorists in the country and had carried out air strikes and army operation in the suspected hideouts of the terrorist outfit. Pak Army had claimed to have killed over 200 alleged terrorists of Pak Taliban including some top commanders in the offensive.

Pakistan government had also lifted moratorium on the death sentence of terrorists and so far over 15 terrorists had been executed by the authorities in various jails of the country.