According to this story, three of the four killed were women who “had gone there to mobilise the local community to send their children to schools.”
“Bodies of four aid workers found in NW Pakistan,” from the Times of India, April 6:
ISLAMABAD: Four bullet-riddled bodies of local aid workers have been found by the authorities in northwest Pakistan on Monday, a media report
The workers have been killed when their vehicle came under attack by unknown assailants near Mansehra, Geo TV said.
According to initial reports the murdered people were workers at an NGO called Firing Rice International.
The motive for the killings is not known yet. But Islamic militants, who accuse NGO’s for promoting western values and indulgence in anti-Islamic activities, could be behind the shootings.
Of course they are; they’ve made it quite clear that NGOs are “un-Islamic” due to their “vulgarity and obscenity.”