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Gordon Brown proposes security plan for Pakistani schools

LONDON: Former British premier and United Nations Envoy for Global Education Gordon Brown has  proposed a foolproof security plan for  schools in Pakistan, BBC reported.

The UN Envoy held talks with Pakistani premier Nawaz Sharif about making schools safer after the barbaric attack in Peshawar Army Public School that killed 150 people including 134 students.

Brown proposed measures which included installing security fences, metal detectors, armed guards and using emergency communication systems. The Envoy said he wanted to help schools stand up to terrorist violence.

The proposals follow an agreement between the UN envoy and PM Nawaz to improve the safety of schools in the country

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