My son Muhammad Tayyab ... told me that he was not feeling well yesterday and not willing to go to school but I insisted he not miss the class. So on my insistence he went to school, yesterday when I heard the news of the attack on the school I rushed to the spot, tried to reach the school but I couldn't because the operation was in progress. Then students started coming out, dead bodies and injured students ... Despite my poor financial condition, I did everything to give him a quality education. He was my everything and in just one moment I lost everything.
We sent our kids to this school because it is known for its high standards and quality of education.... My son was a brilliant student and even a few weeks back he was awarded a gold medal for his excellent midterm results. Yesterday we watched the news on TV and as five of our kids were studying there we got so worried and upset for the safety of our children, we were told that a bullet hit him from the back, tearing his heart. Asad was an outstanding student and wanted to be a pilot but his soul flew from his body before he could fly a plane.