PESHAWAR - The unabated wave of terrorism continued in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as two government schools and one private clinic were blown up by unknown person on Sunday night.The first incident occurred on Sunday night when unknown persons planted two explosive devices in government primary school In Mathra area of Peshawar. The devices exploded with a bang causing fear and panic among the residents. Police said that the explosive device damaged the school premises while another device was also recovered from the same locality which was defused before explosion. Another incident occurred in Badhabera area in Suleman Khail Kaly when a private health clinic was blow up with explosive device. The clinic was owned by Doctor Missal Khan who was doing private practices in this clinic. The clinic was partially damaged, however no human casualties were reported. Meanwhile another incident of school destruction occurred in Dera Ismail Khan District when militants planted two explosive in Dera Ismail Khan Township area. The explosive devices were 18 kilogram in weight which badly destroyed the Government Middle School Township Dera Ismail Khan. Police said that one explosive device was recovered in this incident, which was later defused. It is pertinent to mentioned that in the last four months of 2012 a total of 29 schools including nine for girls were destroyed by the militants across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The destroyed schools include five government high school and five government middles school while one degree college for boy and one degree college for woman were also destroyed in the last four months of 2012. The trend of blowing up school in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at the hands of militants continues for the last several years and despite destroying hundreds of educational institution no appropriate measures were taken for their security. These school needs at least one police guard to protect it from the militants’ attacks who normally planting explosive devices in the night. If government does not take immediate action for the security of these schools, then there is eminent danger that the literacy rate across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa would go down.