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In May 2010, members of the organisation stormed two mosques packed with worshippers, throwing grenades and indiscriminately opening fire.
The ensuring shootout and hostage situation left 94 dead and more than 120 injured.
Father Muhammad Dahir, a computer engineer, said: 'I am so sad, I cannot explain my feelings. They are taking a picture of them to prove they are safe. God forbid may he's not among the students still under custody of terrorists.'Crying and barely able to speak, he told Mail Online: 'When I heard there was an attack I ran to the school. I sent my cousins and staff to search the hospitals while I stayed praying at school.
In January last year, five female teachers were massacred when militants ambushed a van transporting them home from their jobs at a community centre.When soldiers tried to approach him, there was a huge blast. A soldier on told me that they might have died in the attack. After, a few minutes I saw the elder one coming towards the park. There was a function in the auditorium, they just opened fire on everyone. Mail Online spoke to Naveed Ahmed, who works at the irrigation department.They just started firing and shooting violently with AK47s. He said: 'My son Hasid Asmad is 16-years-old, is still inside the school., He took a mobile and called me while I was in the mosque, he was praying down the phone. My son told that he was being kept safe by the Pakistan army inside.Then my uncle gave me a call and asked me to reach the school to check the whereabouts of my young cousins. It took me more than 45 minutes to reach the spot as army closed down all the roads and streets leading to school.' He continued: 'I saw a few soldiers trying to encircle a young man who was wearing a similar uniform to them. Then I heard the cries and most of those crying became silent after a few minutes which means either they died or fainted.' Clearly moved as he visited the scene of the horrific shooting yesterday, Nawaz Sharif declared: ‘This is a national tragedy unleashed by savages. A soldier on told me that they might have died in the attack. After, a few minutes I saw the elder one coming towards the park. There were gunshots but our teacher told us to be quiet and calmed us down. Everyone is pushing us, the Americans, our own government.' Pharmacist Ahmed Salman, whose 15-year-old son was killed, said: 'I took my son to school this morning and I was at work when someone told me there was firing in the school.When soldiers tried to approach him, there was a huge blast. Then the men came with big guns.' 'Two guards were there, sitting on the desk at the front, when four people wearing black uniform ran in. First they targeted the brigadier and his guards, the two guards were killed. I went there and saw children being taken out in ambulances. My younger brother called me and told me that Ahmed's body was lying in the mortuary of the military hospital.