Karachi, Feb.12 (ANI):Pakistan’s Bacha Khan University will re-open on Monday after a closure of three weeks following a terrorist attack at the varsity which left at least 21 students dead.
The decision in this regard was taken during a meeting between the management and security heads at the campus on Friday.
The university was opened on January 25 but was closed again for indefinite period owing to inadequate security.
The committee visited the campus and observed that walls and watch towers had been erected and CCTV cameras with improved centralized system had been installed. The local police was also on alert to provide security to the varsity.
According to the vice chancellor, the university will also avail the services of a psychiatric specialist to lessen the traumatic effects for the students.
The campus will also appoint more security guards. (ANI)