Islamabad, Oct 1(ANI): Three female students of Jamia Hafsa in Pakistan have been trained to carry out suicide attacks on groups who are allegedly anti-Islamic or 'misguiding the people' across the country, according to an intelligence agency report.
The Daily Times quoted the report as saying that the government officers who do not agree with Islamic ideology, might be the prime targets of the attacks.
According to the report, the students who were identified as suicide bombers are Maryam Fatima, Ayesha Naseer, and Seema Tabassum. The report further said that these three students, aged between 14 to 16 years, had reportedly received training in suicide bombing and urged the authorities to adopt foolproof security arrangements to protect the citizens.
Some Jamia Hafsa teachers, one of them an explosives expert, were involved in imparting training to the suicide attackers. Some terrorists with code names Abu Bakar, Mama, Baitullah, Abdul Rehman, Malang and Saifullah, along with some accomplices, have planned suicide attacks on the security agencies, sensitive installations, foreign missions and foreigners, the report claimed.
It claimed that once full proof evidence is collected against them, they would be arrested.
Another intelligence agency report revealed that terrorists had planned suicide attacks on the security agencies, sensitive installations, foreigners and foreign missions and had shifted ammunitions and explosives in a large quantity to different parts of the country. (ANI)