The Government of Balochistan in Exile

Thursday, June 01, 2006

Pakistan delivers false proof to India of RAW's involvement in Balochistan's mayhem

PRESS RELEASE


KALAT, Balochistan – On Wednesday, during Pak-India Interior Secretaries meeting in Islamabad, the Pakistani Federal Interior Secretary Kamal Shah raised the issue of Indian interference in Balochistan with his Indian counterpart V.K. Duggal.

Shah presented Duggal with a dossier prepared by Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agents and their Al Qaeda and Taliban collaborators in Afghanistan. Shah claims that the document is proof that the Indian Consulates in Afghanistan were involved in provocative activities, and that the Pakistani military dictatorship of General Pervez Musharraf is gravely concerned.

Shah further alleged that India’s foreign intelligence agency, Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) has appointed its secret agents in Indian Consulates of Hirat, Jalalabad, Mizar Sharif and Qandahar, and they appear to be involved in causing disturbances within Balochistan. He added that RAW was also providing deadly armaments to the Baloch freedom fighters who were inflicting irrecoverable damage to the integrity of Pakistan.

The dossier also included details of interviews of prisoners apprehended from Pak-Afghan border area. It appears that these prisoners are ethnic Pashtuns who reside in the border region; and due to family ties, they regularly cross over the porous border. Under duress and torture, these villagers confessed to anything their Pakistani captors wanted to hear. Thus, Shah informed Duggal that his investigation is being carried out against those villagers who are affiliated with RAW.

The allegations were so preposterous that Duggal did not even acknowledge Shah’s contentions, though he stressed on the need to destroy the terrorist’s infrastructure located anywhere within the region. But, Shah righteously rejected Duggal’s proposal outright on the grounds that the whole world had acknowledged Pakistan’s vital role in uprooting terrorism worldwide (even though senior Al Qaeda and Taliban leaders are still hiding within Pakistan, and the world's greatest nuclear terrorists, Dr. A.Q. Khan, is living under Pakistani state protection.)


Mir Azaad Khan Baloch
General Secretary
The Government of Balochistan in Exile
http://governmentofbalochistan.blogspot.com/

3 Comments:

  • Giving the Pakis a taste of their medicine (nature) but, only better and cleverer. lol

    Afghanistan desrves the right to take serious action if Pakiistan does not act soon.

    QUOTE:" In places like Karachi, Pakistani extremist groups supported by ISI are working on behalf of the Taliban for a fee carry out the recruitment and then bring them to safe houses in Balochistan for training and equipping with the (suicide) vests," a senior Afghan official who accompanied Karzai told the newspaper.

    Afghan President and officials provide details of Pakistans indirect involvement and support for insurgency in Afghanistan.
    Afghan President Hamid Karzai has handed over extensive intelligence dossiers to his Pakistan counterpart Pervez Musharraf detailing how suicide bombers who attack targets in Afghanistan are being recruited, trained and equipped in Pakistan, reports here said.
    During his three-day visit to Karzai grilled the Pakistani officials, including an aggresive and passionate lecture at the National Military Academy of Pakistan. Karzai, however, stopped short of accusing the Musharraf government of perpetrating the attacks in Afghanistan, The Daily Telegraph in London reported from Islamabad Saturday.
    Karzai is reported be under 'extreme pressure' in Afghanistan where anti-Pakistan sentiments were said to be rising.
    The report said there had been dozens of demonstrations over allegations that Pakistan's Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) was giving support to the Taliban.
    "We have provided President Musharraf with a lot of very detailed information on acts of terrorism being carried out in Afghanistan and we discussed in great detail what actions Pakistan could now take," Karzai told The Daily Telegraph.
    "Americans are dying, a Canadian diplomat has been killed, our people are suffering, so it is time that action is taken to stop these acts of terrorism and interference in Afghanistan internal affairs.
    "After all this information has been given to the Pakistanis, we will see if the bombings will stop or not. We expect results, we expect that terrorist attacks will decrease," he said.
    Asked what he would do if the ISI failed to deliver and the perpetrators only went deeper into hiding, Karzai said: "We will uncover them again. We have the abilities to do so and we will come again and again to talk to President Musharraf."
    According to Karzai, the US and Britain had increased diplomatic pressure on Pakistan to stop any support to the Taliban.
    Britain is to deploy 4,000 troops in southern Afghanistan over the next few months, mostly to the province of Helmand, where the Taliban has recently stepped up its activities.
    "Britain now has a very special role to play. There will be thousands of British troops deployed in the south against the Taliban and neither Britain nor Afghanistan is in any mood to tolerate any more casualties. Britain will be piling on the pressure," he said.
    The dossiers provided by Karzai reportedly include the names and addresses of Pakistani recruiters, trainers and suppliers.
    "In places like Karachi, Pakistani extremist groups working on behalf of the Taliban for a fee carry out the recruitment and then bring them to safe houses in Balochistan for training and equipping with the (suicide) vests," a senior Afghan official who accompanied Karzai told the newspaper.
    The official said all top Taliban commanders were known to be living in Pakistan with their families and the issue had been repeatedly raised with Pakistan.
    After his two-hour meeting with the Afghan leader Wednesday night, Musharraf reportedly called on "all the progressive political elements in Pakistan" to suppress elements who may be abetting the Taliban.  

    By Blogger Sal, at Thursday, June 01, 2006  

  • Sal,

    Actually I had a very good teacher, Ms Ayesha Tasneem of BBC, who taught me something very interesting when she interviewed me. Now I know how Pakistani journalist, even if they represent foreign news agencies, manipulate words to serve their own interest.

    I believe that both Afghanistan and Balochistan should collaborate and reclaim their territories from Pakistan.

    Mir Azaad Khan Baloch
    General Secretary
    The Government of Balochistan in Exile

    By Blogger Govt. of Balochistan, at Friday, June 02, 2006  

  • Dear Mr Baloch,
    I HAVE MOVED SOME QUOTES OF THE ARTICLE ABOVE WHICH I THOUGHT SUM UP THE WHOLE STORY IN THIS REPORT, FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE TO THE TOP OF THE PAGE. AND I HOPE THIS HASNT AND DOESNT CREATE ANY CONFUSSIONS OR MISUNDRSTANDING.

    ANYHOW,


    I know exactly what you mean about the pakistani journalists, and other pakistani background employees of other firms, media or none media. They will twist things arround to serve their interest. At times when one knows the full story from other sources and one comes accross the same article thats by a paki, the evil mind of the paki is so so graphic to see. Well, where ever I can I try to point out this sort of misrepresentation by gathering the similar articles from many sources so people can see another dirty side of the pakis.

    I ALSO WOULD LIKE TO ADD:

    By reading your encouraging comments, articles and ideas here, all of which have been well researched, it is evident that you are well educated and aware of the world, the people of the world, and their many colours. No doubt about that.
    I can say this simply by reading the reports and comments by yourself here, regarding our region (Afghanistan, Balochistan, Iran, Pakistan India and others) but specialy regarding Pakistan.

    There is a famous saying in Dari/Farsi, which arguably makes some sort of sense, and it goes something like this:
    (luqman hakeem ra porsedan ke, adab ra az ke amokhte, goft az be adaban).

    Translates something like this:
    One asked a wise and Intelectual man, Where and how did you get to have all that wisdom and education, he replied, from those who dont have wisdom or intelect. HOW he was asked? I simply did the opposite he replied.

    Well, I guess Ms Aysha Tasneem of BBC fits the role of those who have no wisdom or intelect.

    Kindest Regards

    By Blogger Sal, at Friday, June 02, 2006  

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