Peshawar attack victim's family leads protest

Updated: Dec 21, 2014, 14:03 IST | Agencies

An army man's family of a student killed in Peshawar school attack led an anti-terrorism rally in Pakistan's Punjab province, media reported Sunday

Islamabad: An army man's family of a student killed in Peshawar school attack led an anti-terrorism rally in Pakistan's Punjab province, media reported Sunday.

Zeb Khan, a subedar in the army, had three sons enrolled in the Army Public School, Dawn online reported.

One of them lost his life in the attack Dec 16 while another was injured. The third one is safe.

"Bodies started falling over me. I played dead and the trick mercifully worked," Aftab Zeb, the boy who remained unharmed, recounted his harrowing ordeal and narrow escape.

Aftab's elder brother Mehtab Zeb came to protest on a wheelchair.

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