emergency holiday in Bahria University!

Islamabad: students of Bahria University were sent back home from university due to the threat of suicidal attack on the university from a terrorist agency. The administration decided to close the university for a day and high security is alert around the premises of the university.

It is yet not decided for how long the university would be closed, some students are happy as they got days to enjoy the summer and many are worried as their summer course classes will be missed.

As it is obvious that government and army places is the main target of the terrorist after Lal Masjid operation, and Bahria University is one of them.

3 Comments so far

  1. IUnknown (unregistered) on July 25th, 2007 @ 7:34 pm

    now SSG commandos are needed every where in the country, after their duty on Lal Masjid.

    Will they again make victory sign????? as they did after lal masjid incident?

    Ppl have started to hate army. Last nite, while coming back to my office, i saw that army building ( i dont know the name) has its gate sealed with some sort otf material. I have never seen it before.

    If the army persons do some thing like again, i think they need to think even if they go out to buy aloo and piyaaz

  2. Ghalia Aymen (unregistered) on July 26th, 2007 @ 6:27 pm

    yes we are in a dire need of security. no one knows where the next blast take place. i would advice everyone not to stay out for long and specially in markets and busy areas, because these are the red zone areas.
    best of luck, stay safe

  3. SAAD ARSAHD (unregistered) on July 30th, 2007 @ 2:15 pm

    well i’m totally against lal masjid operation.i only want to say that if they were challenging the rit of the government then what was happening in the streets & main roads of karachi on 12th of may.there our president says people showed there strength and no judicial inquiry will take place.

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