ISLAMABAD – Quaid e Azam University closed for students due to security threats and expected security attacks in the educational institution, PakistanTribe received media reports.
According to sources Quaid e Azam University of Islamabad closed its educational activities for students and teachers due to security threats to educational institution in the country.
However arrangements, have been made to continue the process of admissions as per schedule. University management will inform the revised semester schedule to all concerned on re-opening of the University.
Further government is taking security measures to avoid any unpleasant incident. Security of all official buildings and offices have been high alerted.
Judges who are concerned with the death sentence punishment of terrorists are given security and all the jails of the country have also been secured.
Also the security forces are doing search operation in all the areas of Pakistan to find secret hide outs of the terrorists.
It is pertinent to mention that 17 madarassas (Religious Schools) in Islamabad had also been declared as security threats.
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