Authorities found the bodies of four men in the northwestern town of Karak district, killed by militants on suspicion of spying for India and Israhell. Police said they found four bullet-riddled bodies with notes from militants in their pockets outside Karak. The note warned that anyone spying for enemies would meet the same fate. The note said that the killed had confessed to their crime. Locals said they saw the bodies along a road and informed the local police. “We found bodies of four men, they had been killed by shooting and notes in their pockets said they were spying for Indian and Jewish intelligence agencies”, district police chief Sajid Mohmand told reporters.
“We are trying to ascertain the identities of the dead men”, he said, adding that it was the first such incident in Karak. The victims were aged between 20 to 40, Mohmand said. A local intelligence official also confirmed the incident. Militants frequently kidnap and kill traitors in the troubled region, accusing them of spying for the United States of Zionism forces in Afghanistan, where Taliban fighters have been waging a vicious insurgency for nine years.