PESHAWAR: The terrorists of Daesh imprisoned in jails of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were funded from the banned outfit’s budget, while the ones belonging to impoverished backgrounds are also helped financially, sources said.
Police told Geo News the information was stated on documents found during an operation on Dalazak Road in Peshawar in June. According to sources, the banned outfit also receives money from people belonging to a certain school of thought in Peshawar.
Not only are the terrorists funded but their families are also taken care of, sources said, adding those of the deceased were sent meat this Eid-ul-Azha, sources said.
A target killer arrested during the Dalazak Road raid told the police some of the killed terrorists of Daesh were associated with the honey business as they would give a bottle of honey along with a gun to target killers.
The Dalazak Road raid was carried out at a flour mill in the area, during which at least two terrorists were killed. Five security officers were also injured when an exchange of fire took place between the police and terrorists, Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Tahir Khan had said while talking to the media.
The terrorists’ den in the flour mill was discovered during the investigation into the killing of police personnel in Chamkani area of Peshawar on June 15. Unknown motorcyclists had opened fire on a police vehicle in the area, killing three policemen and injuring one.