The philosophical battle for campus security

On Monday 25 January 2016 the battered Bacha Khan University, target of a horrific attack by Taliban militants, opened again for a very short while. The reason was a meeting headed by the vice-chancellor of the university; its grim agenda a review of the security provisions to the campus.

 

The collective decision that emerged at the end of the meeting was a sad one; the campus was unsafe, there was not enough security to resume classes. Bacha Khan University in Pakistan, where 21 died and 30 were injured the Wednesday before, was shut down indefinitely.

 

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