PESHAWAR - After getting security clearance, the Bacha Khan University’s administration Friday decided to re-open the university from February 15.
Spokesperson of Bacha Khan University Seed Khan told media persons that a meeting of the security team and university administration was held on Friday which was chaired by Vice Chancellor Fazl Rahim Marwat. The meeting reviewed the security arrangements and decided to re-open the university.
He said the university’s security committee after a review, cleared the university for resumption of classes but students and staff will not use university transport.
Charsadda District Police Officer Sohail Khan also said security clearance has been given to BKU , adding that eight policemen will be stationed in the university premises and a mobile van will be deployed outside.
Two female university employees will also be tasked with keeping an eye on female students, he said.
The administration had rejected the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government’s inquiry report on the attack, which had called for removal of the university’s vice chancellor and security in-charge, adding that the institution will remain closed until provision of adequate security.