QUETTA: Four militant commanders affiliated with a banned outfit in Quetta surrendered themselves to security forces on Monday, TheNewsTribe.com reported.
A commander Abdul Sattar who is told to be a founder member of Baluchistan Republican Army (BRA) including with three other named Najeeb, Iftikhar and .. laid down weapons and announced to join mainstream.
While taking to media with interior minister Baluchistan Sarfraz Bugti, Abdul Sattar Masoori said that Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) had been helping and training anti-Pakistan elements in Baluchistan.
Abdul Sattar told he had escaped to Afghanistan in 2006 and since then, he had been running his organization from there.
Masoori is told be a close companion of Brahmdagh Bugti, said now there are no ‘safe hideouts’ for Taliban in Baluchistan.