On December 16, seven terrorists stormed into the Army Public School in Peshawar. The hell-bound terrorists brutally murdered 141 people, including 133 innocent children. Less than a month after the tragic massacre that shook Pakistan, the Army Public School reopened on January 12 and brave children returned to the school to complete their studies.
Today, human chains were formed in the major cities of Pakistan to commemorate the victims of the school carnage. The cold-blooded murder prompted Pakistan army and government to take strong measures to eliminate terrorists from Pakistani soil. The government lifted the moratorium on the death penalty; military courts are being set up; the government vowed not to differentiate between good terrorists and bad terrorists.