Conspiracy against Balochistan being planned in Afghanistan: Malik

Malik says directions are being initiated from Afghanistan to propel conspiracies for unrest in Balochistan.


February 24, 2011

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Thursday claimed that a new conspiracy is being hatched in Afghanistan to deteriorate law and order situation in the province of Balochistan.

Addressing the National Assembly's (NA) session, Malik said directions are being initiated from Afghanistan to propel these conspiracies.

He said he would take up the issue with the Afghan president and to share the information of Pakistan’s intelligence agencies on the five-man task force with the Afghan officials.

The interior minister said the issue of international forces creating unrest in Balochistan has been taken to the international community several times.

He also pointed out that Bramdagh Bugti, a leader of Baloch Republican Party fled to Switzerland to seek political asylum due to the government’s efforts.

COMMENTS (12)

John | 9 years ago | Reply "The interior minister said the issue of international forces creating unrest in Balochistan has been taken to the international community several times." This is news! So far he was accusing only India with secret evidence, now he accuses "International forces". The world would like to know who they are, suspense is killing. Balochistan people are saying that it is PAK army creating problem, and Kayani was addressing them last week that PAK army will go back to barracks, soon. One more conspiracy, why not?
Singh | 10 years ago | Reply Nawaz Sharif supports balochi innocent people who are deprived of all their resources. If pakistan cant handle balochistan,cant run a stable government,cant live without intervention of army in its internal affairs why it was formed out of india?? why cant it come back to table and merge back to india.
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