Over the past few years the province of Balochistan has become the prime target for foreign intelligence agencies due to the provinces vital geographical location. Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadav infiltrating from Iran was recently captured and talked in detail about his activities and the activities of India’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW).
This week six men allegedly belonging to two of the networks said to be run by Afghan intelligence agency NDS have been captured in Quetta. Balochistan Home Minister Sarfraz Bugti was quick to condemn their subversive activities, which included murder and setting off bombs as well as other acts of terrorism in Quetta. Sarfraz Bugti also said that the men were working with Indian intelligence agency RAW in order to destabilize Pakistan. India’s involvement in Balochistan is no secret; Pakistan on many occasions has raised the matter not just with India but also at international level. Our security and intelligence agencies in the past few months have arrested a number of RAW linked agents from Balochistan which shows the level of Indian involvement in the province and its designs against Pakistan. The instability in Karachi has also been traced to Indian agencies that not only fund terror activities in Pakistan but also provide man-power. The government needs to raise the issues more vocally at international level so that India’s true face can be exposed to the world. Despite Pakistan’s good intentions the neighboring country continues to carry on with its nefarious against Pakistan. Having said that India is aware that Pakistan’s Armed Forces are more than capable of thwarting any threat to our beloved country and if India persists with its anti-Pakistan designs it will face a strong reaction from Pakistan.
India’s subversive activities in Pakistan are an open secret.