'India is responsible for Balochistan unrest'

Published: November 26, 2010
Musharraf says evidence of Indian involvement has been shared with everyone, including Afghanistan's president Hamid Karazai and the US. PHOTO: AFP

Musharraf says evidence of Indian involvement has been shared with everyone, including Afghanistan's president Hamid Karazai and the US. PHOTO: AFP

LONDON: Former president Pervez Musharraf said that the Indian government is responsible for creating unrest in Baochistan, while speaking to Munizae Jahangir during an interview on the Express 24/7 programme ‘Face Off’ in London.

Musharraf reiterated his earlier claims that Indian and Afghan involvement in Balochistan was creating unrest there, adding that the Pakistani government had solid evidence of their involvement and that the evidence had been shared with everyone. “Even (Afghan) President Karzai has been given (the evidence),” he said.

Musharraf said the military operation against Nawab Akbar Bugti was justified as he had been creating trouble in Balochistan. “There is a person who is firing 500 rockets on Sui. There is a person who has occupied the hill features and is firing rockets and weapons… on the Frontier Corps. They are blowing up the gas pipeline, the electric pylon, the railway line”.

He said that Nawab Akbar Bugti’s grandson, Bramdagh Bugti is received by agents from the Indian intelligence agency, the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), when he goes to India. “I know that they finance him, they give him weapons to create trouble and stab us in the back in Balochistan.”

While talking about the ongoing probe on the murder of Benazir Bhutto, he said that the three people named by Benazir Bhutto in her letter before she was assassinated were not behind her killing.

“I knew about Pervaiz Elahi and Ejaz Shah, they were very responsible people and I know they wouldn’t be planning to kill her, I mean, it would be utterly stupid of them to do that. Hamid Gul is a man who… always uses his ex-intelligence connections a lot and I know that he hated her. But I don’t know whether he was planning an assassination.”

When asked if there were ex-intelligence people involved in Benazir’s murder, he said that he did not know.

The first part of the interview will air today (Friday) at 8pm in Pakistan.

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Reader Comments (71)

  • stone age
    Nov 26, 2010 - 2:09PM

    No comments. :)Recommend

  • Nov 26, 2010 - 2:12PM

    Ok great! We have heard this before, and we continue to hear it today from the present government. If they are creating unrest what did you or the present government do to about it? On the one hand he seems to know the ins and outs of the nefarious designs of India in Afghanistan, though are ignorant of an assassination which occurred from 5 minutes from your seat of power in Rawalpindi. “Hamid Gul uses his ex-intelligence connections alot”, really? How can that possibly be legal? Or are those part of the retirement perks of an ex-ISI chief? Recommend

  • Hamza Baloch
    Nov 26, 2010 - 2:34PM

    Its was musheruf, who provide reason to india to come in Balochistan.Recommend

  • Chandrakant
    Nov 26, 2010 - 2:36PM

    Elections in Bihar have proven that Indians will no longer be fooled by the polititions who are using caste as leverage. When will people in Pakistan prove that they will not be fooled by polititions who use India bashing as leverage?Recommend

  • Malik Tabeer
    Nov 26, 2010 - 2:51PM

    NO doubt your right sirRecommend

  • Ali Zaidi
    Nov 26, 2010 - 3:13PM

    Stating the obvious, Mr Musharraf… and India’s doings go beyond Balochstan.Recommend

  • Anwer Chattha
    Nov 26, 2010 - 3:13PM

    You are absolutely correct sir. You are the only one who has the courage to speak truth and sense, while PML N and PPP are just groups of hypocrites. Their leaders just speak nonsense. We love you because you always think for Pakistan and the people living in it. While the PML N and PPP leadership is just robbing us by selling their sugar @Rs.120/kg. You were, are and will remain our hero. Allah may bless and empowers you to overcome the present mafia that has been imposed on us through the support of dirty media.Recommend

  • Nov 26, 2010 - 3:15PM

    Yes sir 100% correct Recommend

  • Amer
    Nov 26, 2010 - 3:24PM

    Mush just wants a reason to be in the media these days…nothing else.

    @Chandrakant: YawnRecommend

  • Paras Vikmani
    Nov 26, 2010 - 3:27PM

    lolzzzzz @ musharraf!!!Recommend

  • vasan
    Nov 26, 2010 - 3:31PM

    It has become routine and sickening that Pakistanis do not own up their mistakes and sinister designs. Complete denial and blaming India for everything including the recent floods, earth quake in Kashmir has become a big business in terms of Opinion articles, TV shows, filling up news paper columns and blogs. If you read Balochistan history before and after Independence , it is always the Punjabi pakistan that has created all the troubles. When will u guys get the maturity to own your faultsRecommend

  • Q
    Nov 26, 2010 - 3:42PM

    Long Live MusharrafRecommend

  • MQ
    Nov 26, 2010 - 4:04PM

    This from the article: “26/11: How India debated a war with Pakistan that November”, from today’s Indian Express:
    — Quote —
    *”Deniable option
    In the wake of all the uncertainty over how Pakistan would respond, there was also talk about the “deniable option”. One which would involve covert operatives carrying out a sensational strike in Pakistan or in PoK. It’s learnt that RAW and the Army were specifically asked this question. RAW’s response to the NSA stunned all except, perhaps, Narayanan himself who is among the doyens of Indian intelligence. India’s premier external intelligence agency admitted that it had no assets in Pakistan to carry out such an action. It was explained that India lost all the meagre local support it had in pockets of Pakistan after the Babri Masjid attack and what little was left, was shut down by a prime ministerial diktat during I K Gujral’s tenure. “*
    — Unquote —
    RAW has no assets inside Pakistan. What an intelligence agency!
    Looks like Mr Musharraf has been hired as a PR guy to boost RAW’s flagging image in India.

  • Rana Amjad
    Nov 26, 2010 - 4:24PM

    Sir, You are right about everything mentioned in your interview but it’s HIGH TIME that we should give up India Centric Mind Set & Policies. What we used to do in Kashmir they did it in Baluchistan, once we stopped I am sure they will stop their activities in Baluchistan. Bugti was no angel! Live & Let Live in Peace!Recommend

  • Nov 26, 2010 - 6:14PM

    It is tit fot tat for what is happening in kashmirRecommend

  • HS
    Nov 26, 2010 - 7:08PM

    You don’t need an ex-general to tell you whose interests are being served in destabilized Balochistan. It is a two plus two matter which everyone with background knowledge can understand. It is the latter day Great Game being fought in Balochistan. It is for this reason that us is interested in having a presence in Quetta on the pretext of Quetta Shura. Read more at: link textRecommend

  • Ronit
    Nov 26, 2010 - 7:20PM

    OK, here is the deal, your own Interior minister refused any Indian hand in any terrorist attack in Pakistan just a few days ago. Isn’t it a little stupid on Mush’s part to cry foul now. Recommend

  • Iqbal
    Nov 26, 2010 - 10:39PM

    Musshy, you once said of the muslims “Today we are the poorest, the most illiterate, the most backward, the most unhealthy, the most un-enlightened, the most deprived, and the weakest of all the human race”. You probably want to deny it or blame it on India.

    Please spend more time with your family and grandchildren.Recommend

  • khan
    Nov 27, 2010 - 1:27AM

    Musharraf and the current lot of ministers from the PPP have been blaming foreign hands for the problems of Balochistan. And yet, despite a deluge of vehement press statements in recent years not a single iota of proof has been produced. As far as I am concerned they can yell from the rooftops till they are blue in theface until they proffer some real solid evidence I will not believe a single word.

    One can keep on blaming India, the Yanks, Israel, the Ahmedis (and an assorted list of perceived ‘Kaffirs’) for all our sins, in the end we should realise we only have ourselves to blame and those who wield power in this country. Recommend

  • Anoop
    Nov 27, 2010 - 5:00AM

    Now, he says India is responsible. Tell me, Mr.Mushy, was India behind the unrest that started from 1970s in Balochistan?Recommend

  • sundar
    Nov 27, 2010 - 6:35AM

    Every Tom Dick and Harry talk about Indian designs and ‘proof’ but none came to the surface yet. Mushy, we know you are trying to enter Pakistani politics. May be you should present plans to improve ordinary Pakistani lives. I am not sure how this is going to make you a winner in Pakistani politics. Good luck to you. Recommend

  • Lal Shahbaz
    Nov 27, 2010 - 8:36AM

    Like Khwaja Saad Rafique of the PML-N said about Musharraf “Chala hua Kartoos”Recommend

  • vasan
    Nov 27, 2010 - 9:59AM

    I saw the Mush interview clip today, When the interviewing woman told him that Pakistan has been repeating this allegation against India but has not got any evidence for it, Mush replied that there is a book full of evidence which is given to Karzai also. When the lady persisted about the whereabouts of the evidence and whether it was given to India, Mush’ reply was that the book was not, repeat NOT, given to India and it is with the Pakistan authorities. I dont see any point in giving evidence against Indian involvement to Karzai but not India. Earlier this week Rehman Malik announced that all terrorists in Pakistan are not of foreign but Pakistani origin only. OK guys you can make out the validity or even the presence of the evidence for these claims. Truly poor allegation and worse substantiationRecommend

  • EMP
    Nov 27, 2010 - 10:13AM

    Hmm, so why does not he release said evidence to the media?Recommend

  • Rizwan T Khan
    Nov 27, 2010 - 10:49AM

    Right on Mushi!

    @Vasan. Yes we do have our weaknesses and we should resolve ourselves before pointing out fingers. Now if I accept your point (for the sake of argument) that Pakistan is in habit of blame game, one also cant deny the fact that Its India who blames Pakistan in all its internal issues especially the problems which India can’t resolve itself. Stomachache, and Pakistan is blamed for it, pain in foot, Pakistan is blamed. If there is traffic jam in India, Pakistan is blamed, If a child cries in India, Pakistan is blamed.

    Both the countries should act responsibly and take the ownership of its own fault and avoid the friction which is the agenda of few countries so their interests are met. Lets follow Europe in this regard. Make this region a place of peace and prosperity. Recommend

  • Fasih Ali Khan
    Nov 27, 2010 - 11:50AM

    He’s the Only Patriot Leader in Pakistan. The rest all finger pointing at each other day in day out. …. Pervaiz Musharraf ZindabaadRecommend

  • Rohit
    Nov 27, 2010 - 1:09PM

    Well, there seems to be a reversal of role. Like if any Pakistani citizen wants to get treated, they turn to India and trust Indian doctors. This happened even when both countries did not have direct air contact.

    Hope u take it in positive spirit. At least some places, Indians are good to Pakistanis.Recommend

  • Sahar
    Nov 27, 2010 - 2:00PM

    Yes Sir.. we know this and we strongly believe that you are the only hope left .. Pakistan need you!!…come back soon … every single patriotic pakistani and every single pakistani who want to see pakistan to go ahead loves you and know you are the only ray of light Sir..!!Recommend

  • Waqas
    Nov 27, 2010 - 2:14PM

    Well, Musharaf is right about everything. He took action against bukhti and we were strong growing country.

    In 2006, Pakistan economy was growing @ 10% per annum. This was a threat to all the neighbouring countries. Therefore, the current governement is here to destabilize Pakistan and yes they will give statements that will not be for the interest of Pakistan.

    This is the truth and it will stay like this. I am telling you a huge new revolution to take place in near future. If the condition stays the same.Recommend

  • Bean
    Nov 27, 2010 - 2:22PM

    People in pak easily get fooled by some anti India statement by their politicians. politicians that lose popularity just need to say some anti india statement to get back their popularity.
    People don’t get fooled…beleive things that need to be believed.
    And regarding proof.. every one knows there is no proof. If there was any small remote proof Pak would have gone to all quarters banging their proof.
    guys be mature and beleive only that is truthRecommend

  • Anoop
    Nov 27, 2010 - 2:23PM


    “In 2006, Pakistan economy was growing @ 10% per annum. ”

    Pakistan never has in its history for even a day grown at 10%.

    This is the link for Pakistan’s real growth rate.


    It grew at 6.60% in 2006. This is attributed to the massive aid that US had given Pakistan. As a result this growth could not be maintained and that has come down to 4%. Basically Pakistan grew at a faster rate than it was capable of and it is now making up to it.

    I suggest you cancel your prescription of Urdu Newspapers who feed you false data.

    “This is the truth and it will stay like this.”

    –> I know you honestly believe this is the truth but other reputed institutions disagree. You stay in your bubble. Heard is real cozy there.Recommend

  • SYED AGHA ALI Moosavi
    Nov 27, 2010 - 2:39PM

    That is the first and foremost quality of a true leader ,face problems with a clear mind and be bold
    i agree with your comment @ saharRecommend

  • Adnan Arif
    Nov 27, 2010 - 2:49PM

    Well what sir msuahrraf is saying is 500% true coz india was and still funding anti Pakistan elemtns in that area and bugta was main agent of raw wid indian passport. He was on terrorist who use to give national holiday on 15aug which is indian indipendence day.

    So indian is supplying guns, weapons and money. What Musharraf did in that are was great coz if anyone will challenge RITT of the state it must be handled like Sir Musharraf did

    Jiyeeee Musharraf and Jiyeeee APML
    Miss you sir and wating for you to come back.

  • vasan
    Nov 27, 2010 - 2:53PM

    Rizwan Khan
    Pl differentiate between the media and the leaders,. None of the Indian leaders blamed Pakistan for anything but terrorism They never blamed Pakistan for naxalites, famine of the 50s, LTTE and so on. Indian leaders do not generate Consipiracy theories. None of the Indian leaders after retirement or handing over power go on blaming Pakistan in lecture circuits. They quietly return to their vocation. This applies to Presidents, prime ministers and many ministers except the money chasers who keep changing alliances and allegence. While the same cannot be said about Indian media esp TV. There are Pakistani baiters in the TV world who keeps blaming Pakistan even if the anchor gets a constipation. I dont think they deserve even discussion in any forum. Recommend

  • afridi
    Nov 27, 2010 - 3:52PM

    the most stupid person of pakistan history… and the killer of pakistan economay and culture as well as the killer of the poor people of pakistan…… he is enjoying luxury in London and talking about pakistan from his warm room….. come to pakistan and face the people in this poor country…Recommend

  • Shoaib Ali Khan
    Nov 27, 2010 - 4:05PM

    AGREE WITH PM-100% Recommend

  • Nov 27, 2010 - 4:17PM

    Sir with due respect, i do not know wether india or Afgan are behind the law and order situation in Balochistan but one thing which strikes me every time, when we will stop blaming others for our own faultsRecommend

    Nov 27, 2010 - 4:18PM

    He’s right. And I am proud that India is doing this. This will be a brilliant payback to the Pakistanis of starting terrorism in J&K. Indian government should encourage unrest in baluchistan. Indian goverment should provide support to baloch people at the international front. Recommend

  • imran sharif khan
    Nov 27, 2010 - 5:37PM

    there is no doubt that india is creating unrest in the whole balouch region by meeting anti pakistani elements in afghanistan such as brahmadagh bugti and others,general sab is right and i fuly endorse his words.Our country only need military rule and honestly speaking it suits us,during the period of 1960 to 1990 it was military dictatorship and no one has to be surprised about the fact that in the entire history of this country pakistan the time between 60 to 90 was the greatest of all times for the economy and one should include the time period of general pervaiz musharaf too,and then see the so called democratic govt time,one can clearly see the difference between the loyal generals and greedy coroupt politicians,a politician can sell the country to save itself but a soldier will give his life away for the sake of his beloved soil.All the pakistani nation today is remembering general sab’s time and his services for the nation despite some mistakes,.After all he got us away from IMF and world bank’s slavery.BUT WHAT NOW?WHAT A SPLENDID JOB AND SUPERB CARE IS BEING PROVIDED BY DEMOCRATIC CHAMPIONS OF SO CALLED DEMOCRACY,HOW THEY R TAKING THE SKIN OFF THE POOR PEOPLE,I PRAY TO MY LORD ALL MIGHTY THAT PLEASE SAVE OUR POOR LIVES FROM THESE LEADERS.Recommend

  • Shoaib Ali Khan
    Nov 27, 2010 - 5:44PM

    @Rahul- there is a difference- the people of keshmir are fighting for their right of self determination and the balochis are revolting against the state for the loafs thrown by the indians.
    one is a freedom fight the other is revolt. Recommend

  • Asad Baig
    Nov 27, 2010 - 6:11PM

    Pervez Musharraf,The most honest and sincere leader to lead Pakistan in the last 30 years.I agree 100% with his statement.Recommend

  • Ali
    Nov 27, 2010 - 6:21PM

    There is difference between kashmir issue and balochistan rahul if there is support to balochis by indians then there should be support of pakistan to sikhs in khalistan tehreek. Kashmir issue is accepted by indians and united nations unanimously. Its long discussions but here is conclusions that if kashmir issue is resolved peacefully between pakistan and india it would be very good to all world and people of pakistan and india also. i hope so Allah show any miracle
    Both sides leadership/people realize that peace and harmony is in our benefit.Recommend

  • ehsanali
    Nov 27, 2010 - 6:30PM


  • Anoop
    Nov 27, 2010 - 6:31PM


    Musharaff has admitted to killing a popular leader from Balochistan. India is not involved in anything says the US.


    This is absolute rubbish that India is supporting an insurgence which was born in the 1970s! Pakistani establishment wants to cover its face and India is the scape goat. Since, India blames Pakistan for Terror in Kashmir

    Here, is Balochistan’s Chief Minister who say that ISI is killing innocent people on trumped up charges.


    India has not made any extra judicial murder of top separatist leaders in Kashmir. Pakistan has repeatedly done so.Recommend

  • Nov 27, 2010 - 7:02PM

    No evidence whatsoever so far has been shared by Pakistan with India on this matter.
    If you have any evidence of India’s involvement then give it to us otherwise stop blaming India, the US or Israel for no reason.Recommend

  • Shoaib Ali Khan
    Nov 27, 2010 - 7:09PM

    Pervez Musharraf- The most honest and sincere leader to lead Pakistan in the last 60 years.

  • Shoaib Ali Khan
    Nov 27, 2010 - 7:11PM

    @Sapan- and when you get the evidence- what will you do about it? !!……..lol Recommend

  • Nov 27, 2010 - 7:49PM

    @ Shoaib,
    lol You first give us evidence at least then we will let you what will do about it. Please give us a break from your conspiracy theories…:-)Recommend

  • Paki4you
    Nov 27, 2010 - 10:24PM


    My friend, ISI has its eyes and ears open and just stay put and remain assured anything you do will be paid back by ISI. Pakistan is not the Pakistan of 1971, Pakistan in 2010 is way powerful to break your teeth. Recommend

  • Cautious
    Nov 28, 2010 - 12:24AM

    Has there ever been a problem in Pakistan that hasn’t been blamed on either India, Israel, USA or Russia?Recommend

  • Pankaj
    Nov 28, 2010 - 12:40AM

    Musharraf also said back in 1999 that “no Pakistani soldiers are involved in Kargil” and that also turned out to be a true statement!

    Other interesting aspect of claim of Indian involvement is that no proof has be shared with India or rest of the world. If Pakistan has credible proof then why hesitate in sharing these with rest of the world instead of making veiled attempts in media.Recommend

  • Naseem Arif
    Nov 28, 2010 - 1:59AM

    yes Sr, you absolutely right…. these are the facts which majority of people know but people at helm of affairs have their own agenda… loot and plunder…. the country rally needs leader like Gen Pervez Masharraf.Recommend

  • Arjun
    Nov 28, 2010 - 2:10AM

    Who cares what Mushi says; first let him go to pakistan and give interviews from there. This happens only in pakistan. Ex Presidents and PMs scared to come to their motherland after loosing power.

    Shame on you MushiRecommend

  • Nov 28, 2010 - 5:39AM

    He’s the best from the worst but then he’s Meera of politics as well!! Recommend

  • SKChadha
    Nov 28, 2010 - 7:51AM

    @ Shoaib and Ali

    Please correct your reading about Baloch insurgency and to understand it you have to go into historical facts of the area. The history has divided Baloch ethnicity into a) Sistan Province of Iran; b) Pakistani Baluchistan; and c) Helmand province of Afghanistan. The history of Durand Line and the ethnic clashes with Iran is the fate which Baloch are facing till today. The original homeland of Baloch is north-west Zagros Mountains, Syria, Anatolia and Iran. The area was not part of British Territory but was suzerainty. The Islamic identity of Pakistan brought them closure to Pakistan at the time of partition. However, its accession to Pakistan is strikingly similar to J&K’s accession to India. In Baluchistan the cause of insurgency is its culture and ethnicity and in J&K it is religious fervor.

    Please also read the history of its accession to Pakistan and the social uprisings and full arms conflicts. First in 1948 led by Prince Abdul Karm Khan; Second in 1958 by Nawab Nowroz Khan; Third in 1963-69 by Sher Mohammad Bijarani Marri; Fourth in 1973-77 by Nawab Khair Baksh Marri and Fifth which is going on since 2004 to till date in which Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti gave his Shahadat. How one can forget the non-violent struggle of Khan Abdul Gaffaar Khan (popularly known as Badshah Khan or Sarhadi Gandhi) against the British Rule in India? Can we forget his social activism and reforming Pushtuns? His ‘Khudai Khidmatgar’ movement is well known world over. Please also read the facts of Turbat Killings and the uprising of Khan of Kalat Mir Suleiman Dawood. It is a fact that the areas of Baluchistan, K-P, G-B, PHK are being run by administration not as a part of Pakistan but as its suzerainty.

    As my friends in Pakistan say about J&K, let us also see as India, how long Baloch or all other suzerainties of Pakistan will remain subservient to Punjab and Sind?Recommend

  • Aurangya
    Nov 28, 2010 - 11:56AM

    Musharraf is acting like a yesteryears’ bollywood actress (does Perveen Babi ring a bell), jumping up and down with crazy allegations that everyone knows are just crazy.Recommend

    Nov 28, 2010 - 12:58PM

    Musharraf is in news recently who is in a great hurry to make a come back to Pakistan to takeover the reigns of the country. Maybe he got carried away with lot of support in Facebook and some at home. However he must be aware of many conspiracies being hatched against him and he himself has been involved in many too including unsolved and tragic death of Benazeer who was quite popular in India also.
    We in India also remember him for two counts ie Kargil and Kashmir. In the first case he started the Kargil misadventure where Pak army not mujahideen (as earlier claimed but later retracted him only) suffered a humilating defeat. Many casualities were suffered by both sides but the most shameful and unpardonable part by Pak army was its refusal to takeback the dead bodies of their soldiers killed in this war who were cremated by muslim soldiers of Indian Army and their photographs flashed all over the world to see. Soldiers of any country dying for their country are considered martyrs and treated with respect and deserve a burial by their own army but Musharaf commited this cardinal sin and never acknowledged or regreted it sofar. However in the second case he tried hard to solve the Kashmir problem and he claims close in solving the same. The General is responsible for rise in terrorism in P akistan and unrest in Balauchistan for which he is holding India responsible but at the same time acknowledging of training miltants and sending them to India. Both statements are contradictory so why is he complaining about India. Pakistan so far have not been able to give any proofs of India’s involvement in this issue. Nevertheless good luck to the General for his next mis- adventure as and when undertaken since CJP of Pakistan must be waiting eagerly for his return.Recommend

    Nov 28, 2010 - 2:58PM

    @all Pakistanis

    You make a distinction between Kashmir & Balochistan, because that suits you. Kashmir is a “freedom struggle” for you because terrorists are killing Indians there. But in baloch, you are are targetted, so thats terrorism. Thousands of innocents have been killed by terrorists in Kashmir

    As for attacking PAK. Please we don’t have any intention of that. maybe your Pak of 2010 is powerful, bt it still has a mindset of 1947. You believe in conquering Kashmir, inspite of that your xports are only textiles,and that to are hit.So keep your conspiracy theories with you, while we Indians try to be the best in manufacturing IT, Services, machinery, and many more.Recommend

  • Kehkishans Syed
    Nov 28, 2010 - 3:11PM

    Those Pakistani politicians who keep on supporting some extremist nationalist groups of Baluchistan ,are equally held responsibly for the unrest in Baluchistan and suporting Indian Lobby….Our Army / ISI are performing very well to control the situation.Pervez Musharraf has the courage to stand strong, unlike typical , opportunist low caliber politicians of the day.

  • Abdullah
    Nov 28, 2010 - 7:53PM

    Long live Musharaff sahb. We are hearing lot from you but there is no concrete programme for future in black & white in term of if APML going to masses!Recommend

  • Gulfam
    Nov 28, 2010 - 9:07PM

    +Sir i am one of a great fan of yours and i am totally agree with you on the matter of action against bukti becoz pakistan will never ever tolerate a state with in state.Most of the actions of Bukti had crossed their limites and it was obligatory for the military to take a strong action against him….
    As for as indian involvement in Baluchistan is concerned,government should take a similar action to deteriorate the problematic forces there and at the same time put the evidences before the people of Pakistan so that the people will aware of the nefarious plans of india…. Recommend

  • Khawer
    Nov 29, 2010 - 8:11AM

    Long live Musharraf – Long live Pakistan. APML Zindabad.Recommend

  • muhammad daim fazil
    Nov 29, 2010 - 11:06AM

    its right president but the question is that what you had done to tackle them even knowing their ambitions and what current government is doing ? answer would be no. time is creeping and situation is worsening there.hatred against Punjabis and non Baluchis is increasing with every passsing day.time to tackle them.being a president and a military man too, you should have given the recmondations for this unrest rather than of giving just statements….Recommend

  • masoom Sindhi
    Nov 29, 2010 - 4:11PM

    The informed people of no doubt that intelligence agencies of Israel India and USA are active in Pakistan. Balochistan is the most safe hideout. Nationalists is the other name for separatists. Foreign intelligence agancies buy out loyalties. Most of the trapped people do not understand that they are used against their own country in destabilizing it. Any one who believes the contrary must look at Iraq and Afghnista. The ten-year war has given them nothing but destruction, deaths and hate.Recommend

  • Tasawar-ul-Karim Baig
    Nov 30, 2010 - 4:23AM

    Blaming other is easy way to get rid of the situation. I think, people of Balochistan has same rights as any other Pakistani has, Governments never address their issues and bring them in main stream politics. They are the one who generate most of natural gas and other sources and they are suffering on the top from these resources.

    Mr. Rahul, Stop this nonsense and stop beeping into others matter. Before commenting on our matters, one should know what is going on in this home, where 25% of population suffering form hunger, m0re than 38 seat in lok saba control by moaist party etc I don’t want to go in details.

    We have so many issues to address collectively, because of this attitude corrupt leader running the show.Recommend

  • malik zahid iqbal
    Nov 30, 2010 - 3:53PM

    I appreciate the courage of all politicians who are now out of scene they talk on each aspects of policies strategies and much more but when they r in the power all is well reported to the nation they didnt do anything what they say after the power sorry to say but these measures should be taken when u r in power at that time u r the only person who went to manmohan singh (Prime minister of pakistan ) and shake hand i didnt mean why u do that i want to say that u should say some thing at time directly to him.
    and please stop these lectures our nation knows better than you.

  • Abdul.G.Khan
    Dec 2, 2010 - 7:12AM

    Kuch Bhi.Recommend

  • @Cautious
    Dec 4, 2010 - 5:18AM

    Has there ever been a problem in India, Israel or USA that has not been blamed on Muslims and Pakistan?

    Even when proof exists of Hindu Terrorists of RSS committing bomb attacks in India at Malegoan, Ajmeer, Pune cafe, Sumjohota Express train – with the RDX military explosives being provided by an Indian Army officer, Lt Col Purohit (RSS member and Hindu Terrorist), from Indian Army ammo depot.

    Even when the Wikileaks cables prove that the USA is financing, training, supplying and supporting the Kurdish Terrorist group, PKK.

    India invented the suicide bomb vest to be used by the Tamil Tigers (LTTE) against Hindu civilians in Sri Lanka.Recommend

  • Zab786
    Dec 4, 2010 - 7:27PM

    At last musharraf speaks the truth about balochistan’s insergency absolutly no doubt in that that India is behind this hidden agenda to break Pakistan in more parts,and i want to say all Indian’s that listen “We are Pakistani’s and we are not sleeping we will show you how a country resolve his problems and stand at map of the world till earth is,so do not tease us and stop these dirty things we will show our evenge in future if you are brave then let us come and face to face in war ground.,if you have a pinny of gentelcy then you must stop these bigotry things or if you do not stop we know how to handle a ghost with legs”. Pakistan zindabad.Recommend

  • Jay S
    Dec 9, 2010 - 7:22AM

    I am an Indian and I cannot imagine any nation not taking advantage of a situation like Balochistan. When Pakistan with it’s ‘strategic assets’ can strike at the heart of India, I don’t see why India should just sit and watch. I think India should raise the ante and allocate billions to take advantage of this situation. This is a heaven-sent opportunity for India and I am sure they’re aware of it. India should make it plain – you stop your adventures or else. After Mumbai, the gloves are off – there is no use pretending that things will ever come back on an even keel. One way or another, Mumbai will be the watershed in this dirty business of ‘strategic assets’.Recommend

  • mohammad yunus
    Dec 10, 2010 - 6:50PM

    Mr. Mush you are now in very critical condition. You deprived the Pakistan in your era. Plz now keep silent and live your life. You dont have any right to blame India.Recommend

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