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Mustikhan reveals RAW links to Balochistan insurgency

The ‘Baloch Activist’ has confessed that he was pushed by RAW to embarrass Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif by interrupting him at his address in the U.S in 2015.

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A prominent ‘Baloch activist’ has claimed that he heckled former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif during his 2015 US tour, at the behest of Indian intelligence agency, Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). His confessions have further exposed Indian machinations in terror attacks inside Pakistan.

Ahmar Mustikhan, who is the founder of the American Friends of Balochistan (AFB) group, took to social media on Tuesday and revealed the motives behind embarrassing the Pakistani premier, after a district court in Maryland allowed him to issue public statements.

On Oct 22, 2015, Mr Mustikhan heckled Mr. Sharif as he was addressing at the US Institute for Peace in Washington before he was removed by security personnel as he continued shouting for several minutes, however, in the latest statement, the activist expressed remorse for his interruption.

The court agreed with the Baloch activist’s plea that the US constitution guaranteed his freedom of expression and so he should be allowed to issue statements on public platform.

“I did this with a heavy heart, as I have no fight with Nawaz Sharif. He is an elected prime minister,” he told the Pakistani English publication Dawn but hastened to add that he heckled others willingly. Mr. Mustikhan stated that RAW encouraged militants to kill Punjabi, Pakhtun and even Sindhi civilians. “We have no fight with civilians. They are our brothers,” he said. “They gave me a lot of mental torture [for opposing their plans]. They say if you kill, you are a hero otherwise you are zero.”

In his fresh videos, Mr. Mustikhan, who is also a journalist, claimed that he was ‘let down’ by RAW operatives working from the Indian embassy in Washington adding that one of the operatives, Nagesh Bhushan managed RAW’s Balochistan Desk. The journalist said that India was stocking terrorism in Pakistan after the Kargil war.

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In his sensational confession, Mustikhan named three Balochistan-based militant groups and alleged they received funds from India for militant activities. Among others, he also named the World Baloch Organisation (WBO) and Balochistan House which have been running poster campaigns against Pakistan in Geneva, London, Washington and New York.

He further claimed that Balochistan House was run by Mehran Baloch, a former unofficial representative of Balochistan at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva. The shocking disclosure came after the petition of AFB’s two Indian supporters — Soumya Chowd­hury and Krishna Gudipati — to silence Mustikhan was turned down.

The court agreed with the Baloch activist’s plea that the US constitution guaranteed his freedom of expression and so he should be allowed to issue statements on public platform.


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