Judge orders probe into Peshawar school massacre
Eastern Eye Staff
THE top judge in Pakistan has ordered the first official investigation into the country’s deadliest terror attack, a massacre at a school that killed more than 150 people in 2014, authorities said last Thursday (10). Relatives of the victims – mainly children – have called for a probe into security and intelligence failures that allowed Pakistani Taliban gunmen to storm the school, run by the powerful military, in the northwestern city of Peshawar on December 16 that year. No government or military official has ever been held to account for the security failings. Supreme court chief justice Mian Saqib Nisar…
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