Militants kill three women in Swat
By Our Correspondent
MINGORA: Three women were killed in Swat on Thursday as Taliban continued their attack on people they consider to be pro-government.
The militants also blew up two government schools.
The women, Zarmina, Zarbibi and Farzana, were killed and three men were kidnapped when militants stormed their house in Dagai village and accused them of supporting security personnel manning the nearby Wenai bridge post.
The girls’ primary school and boys’ high school were blown up in Nazarabad area of Matta.
The house of constable Abdul Kamal was set on fire in Kala Kalley area of Kabal tehsil.
One Jamil was injured by security personnel in Makan Bagh area of Mingora.
Meanwhile, the Mingora-Charbagh road reopened when curfew was relaxed in the area.
AP adds: A suicide attacker detonated an explosive-laden car near a police station here, wounding a dozen officers and destroying part of the building, said Dilawar Khan Bangash, the police chief.
Mr Bangash said militants also fired three rockets before the attack and one damaged a nearby hotel.
Pakistan is under pressure to clamp down on a string of extremist groups. (Dawn)