FOUR FEMALE AID WORKERS GUNNED DOWN IN A RESTIVE PART OF WESTERN PAKISTAN
Written by miebaka ikiriko on February 24, 2021
Four female aid workers were gunned down in a restive part of north Western Pakistan as a fresh wave of extremists’ violence rattles the Afghan borderlands.
The aid workers were ambushed by two gunmen as they were driving through a village in North Waziristan district according to local police chief Shafiullah Gabdapur who said just one passenger survived in the assault
Report says no group has claimed responsibility for the attack so far but it was surely an act of terrorism.
Gabdapur said the aid workers were attend a programme run by a local institute to develop a template for household skills for women.
He said the so called tribal areas along the Afghan border remain notorious for the availability of cheep guns drugs and smuggled goods.