Three women have stabbed a madrassa teacher to death in a personal feud in Dera Ismail Khan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.
According to police, the incident took place in Anjumabad area of Dera Ismail Khan police station.
The Deputy Superintendent of Police Saghir Abbas told media that the killing took place outside the madrassa. The madrassa teacher was killed by three women, who had been taken into custody. He said that further investigation into the incident was underway.
Speaking regarding the women, Abbas said that they were graduates of the same madrassa and there was a quarrel between the parties. A police spokesman said that a knife, a machete and a stick had been recovered from the scene. He added that Superintendent Police Investigation Aslam Khan was investigating the case and a First Information Report would be registered once proceedings were concluded.
A local journalist reported that the victim’s family lived abroad and she herself resided at her uncle’s house. He said she was coming to the madrassa via public transport and was ambushed on the way. The three women grabbed her and stabbed her with knives until she passed away.