Saturday, October 17, 2015

How India (RAW) supplying weapons in Balochistan to destabilise Pakistan, Afghanistan: Report

A report handed over to the secretary general of United Nations by Advisor to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz reveals which routes India is using to supply arms in Balochistan.

The report claims India is supplying heaps of explosives in Balochistan from three routes via Arabian Sea. It is claimed in the report that a large amount of explosives that was seized from Quetta in 2013 had been supplied into the province by India.

It says that the first route that Indian is supplying weapons from is that of the Makran Axis whence arms are provided in Turbat where Indian trained terrorist groups BLF and BLA retrieve the explosives.

The second route it says that is the Khuzdar Axis whence it is provided in Mastung to Quetta where UBA militant faction grabbed the heavy amount of that supply to support India in destabilising Pakistan.

The third and the major route that revealed in the report is that from Afghanistan that is being used to supply heavy guns in Balochistan by India. The report also reveals the account of apprehended armaments which include: 8 tons of explosive material, 1210 explosive devices, 6199 landmines, and 108 suicide jackets.

It has also been highlighted why India is running 8 Consulate Offices in Afghanistan.'

Here is the report:

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