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Pakistan Army Kills Taliban Commander Involved In Murder Of Women Activists

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ISPR has announced that a ‘commander’ of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Hafiz Gul Bahadur group, who was involved in the murder of four women NGO workers in North Waziristan, has been killed by the Pakistan Army.

Four women who worked for an NGO in North Waziristan were target and killed by terrorists on Monday morning. The fifth woman who was targeted by the attackers, Mariam Bibi, survived the attack and so did the driver Abdul Khaliq. Both were injured in the terrorist attack.

The dead terrorist was identified by Hassan Khan alias Sajna of TTP.

In a press release issued by the office of district police officer, the slain women have been identified as Naheed Bibi, Irshad Bibi, Ayesha Bibi and Javeria Bibi. All four of them were hand craft trainers who worked for an NGO called Sabawoon.

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