FORMER President Pervez Musharraf has accused former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of supporting Baloch nationalist leaders, charging that the PML-N Quaid was trying to draw political mileage from the Baloch unrest. Musharraf, who has in the past alleged that India was backing the Baloch rebels, has once again said the Jamhoori Watan Party leaders Shahzain Bugti and Brahamdagh Bugti were getting arms from India through Afghanistan. Participating in a talk show on a TV news channel, he also alleged that India was involved in fomenting unrest in Balochistan. Musharraf said Shahzain Bugtis group and other Baloch factions had acquired missiles and anti-aircraft guns to battle the Frontier Corps and the Pakistan Army. He criticised the PML-Ns government in Punjab and Nawaz for supporting Baloch nationalists, describing it an act of political mileage. They (Shahzain and his father Talal Bugti) get state protocol when they come to Punjab and stay at (Nawaz Sharifs residence) Raiwind House as guests. Nawaz is supporting them just for his political mileage, Musharraf said.