Seven or eight people attacked us then an army soldier came to us and he asked the principal and teachers to take the children out through the back gate. There were one thousand students in the college, they were moved to the auditorium. They still can’t come out now until the fighting is over. As the firing started our teacher told us to keep our heads down and stay in the corner of the class. After one hour when firing slightly lessened, the army came and rescued us. But as we were coming out, we saw our friends lying dead on the floor of corridors, martyred by bullets. Some with 3 some with 4 bullets, they were covered in blood. The 9th and 10th grade were in the auditorium, and first and second year exams were being held. Then they came after us and entered each class one after the other firing at any staff, firing at the children and I think there are many casualties.