According to varsity officials, students reached the varsity in the morning amid tight security. Moreover, political activities have been banned on the campus premises, however, the university 's Garden Campus, where student Mashal Khan was brutally killed by a mob on April 13, will be reopened on May 25, while classes at Shankar Campus will start from May 24.
Due to security concerns, the decision to open the campuses phase-wise was taken at a meeting of the varsity's syndicate committee a few days ago.
On Sunday, the deceased was remembered a Quran Khwani was also held at Mashal 's house, where his family members had gathered to commemorate the chehlum.
The police arrested three more suspects, including a lecturer of Islamic Studies, on May 16. Wajid, alias Malang, was a lecturer at a government degree college. Other suspects included students Jalal and Sajid.
Mardan DPO Dr Mian Saeed said, the weapons included four pistols, bullets and four sub-machine guns, while drugs included ice and hashish.