Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa's provincial government had set up a three-member committee to probe the January 20 assault on the university - named after the iconic Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan - in Charsadda that killed 21 people, including 19 students.

The committee held the university's Vice Chancellor Fazal-ur-Rahim Marwat and security in-charge Ashfaq Ahmed responsible for 'serious lapses in the security management' and recommended their removal.

They were also held responsible by the committee for their failure to take any security aspect into consideration.

According to the report, though preventative security measures including observation posts were in place and CCTV cameras installed but there was no central control room for monitoring the cameras.

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