Four women working in NGO killed in terrorist attack in Pakistan

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-02-22 19:25:47 IST

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Four women were shot dead by militants in Pakistan's North Waziristan district. North Waziristan Police said in a statement that unidentified gunmen opened fire on a vehicle carrying the women at Mir Ali in a major city.

The state of anarchy in Pakistan is extreme and the human rights situation is serious. On the one hand, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) against Pak, which failed to stop terrorist funding and activities, is hearing the name in the gray list, on the other hand the terrorists of four women who run NGO for the welfare of women in Mir Wazir, North Waziristan Shot and killed him. These women activists ran an organization called Sabavoon Pakistani Charity. Who worked to fight for the rights of women and set them on foot through the cottage industry. The four women were going to Mir Ali from Bannu only due to the work of the institution. After this incident, there has been a stir in the internet media of Pakistan and the public is demanding to catch the terrorists.

A local police officer, Iqbal Khan, said the attack took place in the main village of Mir Ali, a town in North Waziristan district. District police chief Shafi Ullah Khan has also confirmed the attack. He said that the police have launched a search operation in the vicinity in an attempt to locate and arrest the attackers. The attackers are believed to have fled into the nearby mountains. No one has claimed responsibility for the incident. Police said the terrorists clearly had prior notice of the arrival of women. They were waiting for the women to arrive.

Pakistani terrorists have increased their activities in the region in recent months. There are fears that they are regrouping in the former Taliban stronghold. Militants often attack Pakistani soldiers in the former tribal areas bordering Afghanistan. In North and South Waziristan districts are acting as main base for local and foreign terrorists. Pakistani Taliban, also known as Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. It is a separate rebel group from the Afghan Taliban, although Pakistan's terrorist groups are often associated with those across the border.

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