Abdul Wali Khan University reopens after Mashal’s killing Abdul Wali Khan University reopens after Mashal’s killing

Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan reopened on Monday after 40 days.

Abdul Wali Khan University was closed for over 4o days following the lynching of student Mashal Khan on accusations of blasphemy.

Students reached the varsity in the morning amid tight security.

University Administration has banned political activities have been banned on the campus premises, according to varsity officials.

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According to the university administration, the university’s Garden Campus will be reopened on May 25, while classes at Shankar Campus will start from May 24.

University administration took the decision to open the campuses at a meeting of the varsity’s syndicate committee a few days ago.

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