7th grade student commits suicide in Peshawar school

A number of students is admitted to bring privet guns to school for security reasons.

A 7th class student of committed suicide inside a private school in Peshawar—the capital city of Khyber Pakhtoonkhawa province of Pakistan—on Saturday morning, school administration told reporters.

11-year-old Salman Khan Boy shot himself during break time in security guard’s absence.

The incident took place in Dawoodzai police station area in Gul Bela village.

The boy used to bring gun from his home as the school’s security guard did not have any weapon for security purpose.

Police arrived at the scene and shifted his body to Khyber Medical College for autopsy.

Reportedly, the boy committed suicide over failure in love.

After 2014 terrorists attack on Army Public School in Peshawar, government has deployed police in public schools whereas, privet schools have hired security guards. A number of students is admitted to bring privet guns to school for security reasons.

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