QUETTA: Home Minister Sarfraz Bugti has said today that foreign intelligence agencies including Indian Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) are conspiring against Pakistan after the historic China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) agreement.

He expressed these views in a press conference held at the Capital City Police (CCP) office. He said that as many as three terrorists have been arrested who were involved in target killings of police officials and attacks on airbases. The Home Minister said that Indian Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi himself talks about terrorism.

 Bugti said that operations are being conducted against militants. “The situation in Balochistan is being pushed to worse end by hatching conspiracies,” he added. The minister said that the Balochistan Police conducted an operation near eastern by-pass and apprehended at least three terrorists belonging to banned outfit. He said that Ali Gul alias Ubaida Pathan who is among the arrested was wanted in at least eight target killings cases and a bounty of Rs 10 lac was offered by the government for his arrest.

“Rehman Wali alias Rehman was involved in Khalid Airbase and PAF Airbase attacks and belongs to Meran Shah in Waziristan,” he added. Bugti said that Zafarullah Alias Muzaffar was wanted in as many as four different cases. The arrested terrorists were presented before the media. The security personnel have also seized weapons from their possession. The Home Minister further said that as many as two policemen have been arrested while Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) and Station House Officer (SHO) suspended for negligence that lead to Bacha Khan Chowk incident.