LAHORE: Fresh revelations, or allegations, have swooped out of the war of words going on for some time between the two warring parties the followers of last dictator Gen Pervez Musharraf and the heirs to the late Nawab Akbar Bugti. The nawab was killed during Musharrafs regime. The Musharraf Leagues chief coordinator, Chaudhary Shahbaz Hussain, on Wednesday revealed that the government paid Rs. 480 million to Shahzain Bugti, the fiery grandson of the late nawab and a senior leader of his Jamhoori Watan Party, instead of utilising the same for the good of the Balochistan people. On the other hand, Shahzain told TheNation that he received the amount as rent for their properties being used by the government. Taking rent for your property is no crime, he maintained. Chaudhary Shahbaz Hussain claimed the government paid Rs. 480 million to one of the grandsons of a late Baloch Sardar and that was part of the problems faced by Balochistan. Shahzain has, however, challenged Chaudhary Shahbaz to prove the allegations in public, saying Shahbaz was a follower of Musharraf who was responsible for todays state of affairs his province. The APML leader alleged that people like Shahzain Bugti were not true representatives of the Baloch people. Shahzain was involved in creating unrest in Balochistan with the assistance of India and his cousin Brahamdagh Bugti. Rejecting this allegation, Bugti said he and his Baloch colleagues only wanted to achieve their rights regarding the use of Balochistans resources. Demanding what we are demanding does not qualify that we be termed agents of a foreign power. Such allegations need to be proved and nothing has so far been proved against us. Shahbaz gad earlier alleged that the weapons seized from Shahzain Bugti and his militia had come from India via Afghanistan and that the weapons were to be used against the Pakistan Army. He also accused Shahzain of his involvement in the murder of innocent Punjabis living in Balochistan. It is astonishing that he (Bugti) was the guest of PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif while he was in Punjab recently, he claimed.