By Akhokar 15 June 2009
The so-called Balochistan Republican Army is part of a list of three or four terrorist groups that do not really exist on the ground but are the joint creation of CIA and Indian intelligence in Afghanistan. Karzai’s intelligence units act as their facilitator. In Baluchistan the anti Pakistan subversive operation is headed by a traitor of this country who is named Brahmdagh Bugti. Reportedly he keeps moving around in various training camps and Indian-protected safe houses in Kabul plotting how best to damage Pakistan.
Brahmdagh and some of other misguided stooges recruited by anti-Pakistan foreign powers in Afghanistan pulled another terrorist attack inside Pakistan last week when they planted a bomb inside Bolan Express, a train connecting Karachi with Quetta.
The foreign-backed terrorists working for Brahmdagh accepted responsibility for killing and injuring innocent Pakistanis. And yet it was stunning to see that the Chief Minister of Baluchistan refused to condemn these terrorists. And he’s not alone. What about the President and Prime Minister of Pakistan and other ‘national’ politicians like Nawaz Sharif and Chaudhry Shujaat? Is there not a single Pakistani politician willing to call a spade a spade?
Granted that problems in Baluchistan need to be resolved but can’t we even condemn those who are openly working against the country with the support of our enemies and playing with the lives of innocent people? Why innocent Pakistanis are killed and maimed for politicsscoring and to coerce the government in accepting their demands? What kind of a bankrupt politics is this?
These are the same politicians who refuse to blame the US for turning Afghanistan into a base for anti-Pakistan activities. As usual the evidence of killing of innocent and injured in the train has intentionally not been used to discredit the foreign-backed terrorists and chance has been wasted.
This may only happen in Pakistan that bunch of savage culprits blow up a train and then find no one ready to condemn them?
Links: http://www.pakspectator.com/,Theme Source: aq-lounge.