Rawalpindi: Fugitive Baloch Sub Nationalists commander along with 20 others surrendered to Pakistan Rangers Punjab, says Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR).
The commander stated that they were being supported by Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). He further revealed that founder and leader of the Baloch Republican Party, Brahamdagh Bugti assisted in contacts with the RAW agents.
The arrested militant said that he along with his accomplices was being misinformed and fed with negative narratives for decades.
“By design, people of Balochistan living in far flung areas were kept aloof,” he said in the ISPR press release.
He felt sorry for his past deeds which caused immense damage to the country; he also appealed to other fugitives to surrender themselves to the Government of Pakistan.
The commander also committed to live crime-free life and said that he would devote his remaining life for the welfare and prosperity of the country.
DG Pakistan Rangers Punjab appreciated the efforts of paramilitary forces and other law enforcement agencies in ongoing war against terrorism.