Islamabad: Pakistan’s Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Friday informed the Senate that 14 organizations are operating in Balochistan and both the friends and foes of Pakistan were equally involved in financing and encouraging them for uprising.
The House decided that the Interior Minister would give an in-camera briefing to the senators with ISI and other security agencies about the facts, date of which would be finalised later.
Enlightening members of the latest situation, Malik said, “give me an opportunity and let me tell you what our friends are doing with us. Let our enemies be aside but I have astonishing facts about the friends.”
In continuation of his Thursday’s speech delivered to wind up discussion on Balochistan situation, Malik unveiled numerous evidences of linkages among the Baloch dissidents and neighboring countries like Afghanistan and India. He, however, avoided naming the friendly countries and once again requested for an in-camera briefing.
He also showed proofs of training camps in Afghanistan and number of official letters written by Afghan State government to its departments regarding providing funds, visas, passports and arms and ammunition to Barahamdagh Bugti and his operators inside Balochistan.
He also showed proofs of training Pakistani insurgents within Afghanistan in Kandhar and other areas who are later sent to Pakistan for carrying our sabotage activities as he also mentioned to strong linkages between these dissident leaders and the Afghanistan and India.