Peshawar, Jan. 30(ANI): A committee set up by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Government in Pakistan to probe the Bacha Khan University (BKU ) attack has called for the removal of its Vice Chancellor Fazal Rahim and Security Incharge Ashfaq Ahmed.
Dawn reported that the duo was held responsible for the security lapses and management.
The committee said the BKU administration was unable to maintain security standards despite the fact that the Governor/chancellor had issued specific instructions to all vice chancellors in the aftermath of the Army Public School attack.
The committee reportedly stated that the BKU security administration did not have the training to handle situations like one of a terrorist assault and standard operating procedures (SOPs) for both routine and terrorist attacks were absent.
Committee findings also cited about the ineffective CCTV cameras and lack of coordination among the staff.(ANI)