Pakistani Teachers Receive Gun Training After Taliban School Massacre (Video)
Teachers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province are being given firearms training and will be allowed to take guns into the classroom in a bid to strengthen security following a Taliban massacre at a school last month. (Dawn)
The teachers in Peshawar received gun training from police.
This came after the school massacre last month when 133 children were slaughtered by the Taliban (not a terrorist group).
Last month the Taliban slaughtered 152 people including 133 children at a school in Peshawar.
The BBC reported:
Pupils and teachers have returned for the first time to the school in the Pakistani city of Peshawar where more than 150 people were killed last month.
A ceremony was held to remember the victims of the Taliban attack on 16 December.
Seven Taliban attackers wearing bomb vests cut through a wire fence to gain entry to the Army Public School in Peshawar on 16 December.
They went from class to class, killing 152 people – 133 of them children – and injuring more than 120. All seven gunmen were killed.
The school killings were condemned across the world, with US President Barack Obama saying terrorists had “once again shown their depravity”.