The Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission laid blame for the boy’s death with his family, the government and the Taliban, a militant group that has been fighting a 15-year insurgency.
Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa’s provincial government had set up a three-member committee to probe the January 20 assault on the university.
Four Pakistani Taliban gunmen killed 21 people at Bacha Khan University in Charsadda in the country’s northwest on Wednesday.
“We have started the process of attacking educational institutions,” he said in about 10-minute video posted on Facebook.
“It is important that no preconditions are attached to the reconciliation process, as it will create difficulties in bringing Taliban to the negotiating table,” said Sartaj Aziz.
Bajwa in a series of tweets, said that both sides discussed coordinated counter-terrorism operations on respective sides and way forward for Afghan peace process.
Six American troops were killed and two wounded in the attack by Afghanistan Taliban. An Afghan was also wounded.
Last year, IS, an al Qaeda offshoot, proclaimed its leader as “caliph” – the head of the state. Al-Baghdadi aspires to establish a global caliphate with himself at its head.
In a poignant video interview to Middle east-based news channel Al-Jazeera, Khan recalled the tragic incident that snatched his friends lives and nearly took his.
On the first anniversary of the terrorist attack on the army-run public school last year, Sharif and the army chief, Gen. Raheel Sharif, on Wednesday joined families of the students who were massacred.
Police said the terrorists were planning to attack security personnel to avenge the killing of their accomplices including LeJ chief Malik Ishaq.
Two foreigners including a Spanish security officer and four Afghan police were also killed in the attack, in a heavily protected part of Kabul close to several embassies and government buildings, said Kabul police spokesman.
The raid, which saw militants blowing themselves up among civilians before the area was secured, is the most serious attack in 14 years of war on the complex, the largest military installation in the south of the country.
Eight people, including civilians and soldiers, have been killed,” Samim Khpalwak, a spokesman for the Kandahar provincial governor, told AFP.
“Several insurgents (have) taken up position inside a school and firing at the airport,” said a spokesman for the local governor.