Quetta, May 15 (ANI): The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has threatened several schools, including two girls' school in Quetta of 'severe consequences' if they do not pursue its guidelines regarding the dress code.
A number of schools in the provincial capital and Mastung region have received threatening letters warning them against allowing students to wear 'western' clothes, and asked them to observe the 'purdah' system strictly.
Following the terror warning some of the schools have closed down fearing an attack from the TTP, The Dawn reports.
The threat letter also warned about the presence of 'informants among the students and staff members.'
The threatening mail has resulted in a wave of panic sweeping among students and school administration across the province. (ANI)