PESHAWAR – Thirteen killed including Teacher and Security Guard and more than 35 injured as militants attacked on army school in a heavily-guarded area of Peshawar, on Tuesday, PakistanTribe reported.
Latest updates: PTI chairperson Imran Khan, who visited LRH to meet the victims, says he fails to comprehend how can anyone attack children.
“If you have a disagreement, fight with men, not innocent children,” he says.
“We all – provincial, federal governments and army – need to agree on how to win this war against terrorists,” he requests.
Imran commends all the volunteers who came forward to donate blood.
“We will all offer funeral prayers for the victims in Islamabad tomorrow.”
The PTI chief adds that he assured PM Nawaz of his complete assistance in fighting terrorism from day one.
“No one can blame us for not standing with the government in its fight against terrorists. We have always supported the government,” he says.
Latest updates: ISPR says SSG commandos have rescued seven staff members and four school teachers from the building where the search and clearance operations are still underway.
Latest updates: According to the ISPR Six five terrorist killed in last block of school.
Latest updates: According to ISPR five terrorist killed in operation and operation is underway in last block of school.
Latest updates: Cross firing again start after sound three blast was heared. According to ISPR three blocks of school was cleared.
Latest updates: Army Chief Raheel Sharif leaves for Peshawar from Quetta, while DG ISPR Asim Bajwa is already present in the city.
Latest updates: According to Chief Minister KPK Pervez Khattak more than 100 students died in attack.
Latest updates : According to the hospital sources at leat 27 bodies are present in Lady Garden hospital.
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Latest updates : Information Minister Pervaiz Rashid, while speaking to media persons, says the government will not waver from its commitment to eradicate terrorism despite such coward attacks.
“We will not rest until the scourge of terrorism is completely eliminated,” he says.
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Latest updates : PM directs Interior Minister Nisar to assist KP in handling crisis.
Latest updates : Two attackers has been killed by the security forces.
Latest updates : Abid Sher Ali, Federal Minister for Water and Power has said Terrorist attack in school of Peshawer resulting in loss of innocent students and a teacher is highly inhuman and brutal act.
Latest updates : While talking to PakistanTribe eye witnesses told that it seem that attackers came care die not killed.
Latest updates : American News Wire Service Associated Press has reported while quoting to a Pakistan hospital official that 20 students, 1 security personnel killed in Peshawar school attack.
Latest updates : KPK Health minister Shehram Khan has told media 18 people have been killed in ongoing Peshawar offensive
Latest updates : It’s a revenge attack for the army offensive in North Waziristan: TTP spokesman.
Latest updates : Security forces have surrounded the school and secured the exits, attackers are still inside.
Security forces arrived at the school, located on Warsak Road near cantonment area, and cordoned off the area to clear the building of attackers.
More than 35 injured including one teacher were brought to the Lady Reading Hospital while three students succumbed to injuries. Emergency has been declared in the Peshawar hospital.
Police said five to six miscreants wearing uniform of security forces entered the school building and opened indiscriminate fire. Security forces starts search operation in area.
Warsak Road was closed for all sorts of traffic while a vehicle was also set ablaze by the militants on the road.
Gunmen still inside the school and security force trying to clear the area and school.
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