KARACHI (Staff Report) – The Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) of Sindh Police on Friday claimed to have tracked down a group of women affiliated with banned terrorist organizations.

Speaking at a press conference, in-charge CTD Raja Umar Khattab made the revelation that a band of financially well-to-do women are involved in arranging marriages of bachelor terrorists.

He said wife of Khalid Yousuf Bari, a culprit in custody of security agencies, is patron-in-chief of this network.

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Khalid’s wife circulates videos of terrorist outfit, ISIS among women, he disclosed.

According to the police official, Bari’s wife founded an academy where over 20 affluent teachers brainwash young girls and collect donations for the banned outfits.

Khattab said the women include the wife and mother-in-law of Safoora terrorist, Saad Aziz and Mufti Tauseef’s wife.

“Police have also arrested chief executive officer of a private college in suspicion of abetting and facilitating the deadly Safoora attack that killed at least 47 people belonging to minority Ismaili community in May this year,” he said.