PESHAWAR: The investigation of the judicial commission formed to probe into the Army Public School (APS) Peshawar carnage – has entered the final stages, a spokesperson of the commission announced on Monday.
In a statement, the spokesperson said that statements of 140 people have been recorded so far. The commission will submit its report within “a month or two” in the Supreme Court, he said, adding that it has started to examine the statements.
In 2018, then chief justice Saqib Nisar, accepting the demanding of the heirs of APS martyrs, had ordered judicial inquiry of the incident in which 144 individuals lost their lives. On Dec 16, 2014 six terrorists stormed the school and martyred around 150 students and teachers.