Peshawar attack: Pak school to reopen after terror assault

The army school here that was attacked by the Pakistani Taliban will be reopened early next month after being renovated following the brutal terror assault that killed 150 people, including 134 children.

Peshawar: The army school here that was attacked by the Pakistani Taliban will be reopened early next month after being renovated following the brutal terror assault that killed 150 people, including 134 children.

According to reports, reconstruction work on the school was underway in full swing and it is expected it would be reopened on January 5.

The reconstruction work is to be completed by tomorrow with army engineers engaged in the repairs.

The administration block and auditorium of the school were severely damaged in the lethal suicide attack on December 16.

The height of the four walls around the school is being raised by 12 feet including two feet of barbed wire.

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