200 boys groomed as suicide bombers rescued in Pakistan

Peshawar, July 28 Two-hundred boys, who were being trained at a secret location to carry out suicide attacks, were rescued by the security forces in northwest Pakistan, a media report said Monday.

The boys, aged from six to 13 years, were rescued in Mardan in North West Frontier Province (NWFP), Geo TV said.

Meanwhile, the children were shifted to a rehabilitation centre where they will receive psychiatric treatment.

“These children have been brainwashed in a way that now they even want to kill their own parents,” Bashir Bilour, a minister in the provincial government said, adding that the children were not administered any drugs during training.

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