Peshawar School Carnage: 11 Militants Carried Out The Attack 4 Managed To Escape Initial Police Report Says

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PESHAWAR: Eleven militants carried out the dreadful attack on the Army Public School.

 

Gutted building of APS
Gutted building of APS

 

According to initial police report eleven terrorists were involved in December 16 heinous attack on Army Public School on Warsaq Road, however, four of them managed to escape from the scene after carrying out the attack. At first, seven terrorists arrived in Bihari Colony through Ghundi Camp route at 3:00am where four of their accomplices were already present. Seven terrorists scaled rear wall of the school with a ladder between 10:00am to 10:15am while other four were assisting them from outside. The report further states that while the first explosion took place at 10:30am and the attackers arrived in two groups, one of which used a Suzuki van belonging to the school. Police believes both groups entered the school at the same time. The report says that two of the killed terrorists were from Afghanistan, two from FR Kohat and other two belonged to Swat Valley.

 The attack was one of the most deadliset attacks in the history of Pakistan that claimed lives of more than 140 students and teachers at the Army Public School in Peshawar.