Mangal Baagh, Fazlullah, Brahamdagh Bugti declared 'most wanted terrorists' in Pakistan
Lahore, Oct 6(ANI): The Pakistan Government has formally included the names of Mangal Baagh, Maulvi Fazlullah and Baloch separatist leader Brahamdagh Bugti in the list of the country's most wanted terrorists, according to a news report.
The government took the action following the intelligence reports by different security agencies that indicated that the trio is orchestrating and fomenting deadly terror attacks and targeted assassinations across the country from their safe havens located in Afghanistan, The Nation reported, attributing to well-informed sources.
"They are anti-Pakistan elements and miscreants who are operating from Afghanistan and fuelling unrest in FATA and Balochistan to destabilise Pakistan," a senior official said, quoting a confidential report.
He further revealed that the security agencies had given enough evidence to the government to prove the trio's involvement in the terror attacks taking place in the country's northwest region and the Balochistan province.
"The saboteurs, arms, ammunition, explosives and funds are all being funnelled into Pakistan from Afghanistan to aid anti-Pakistan forces in Balochistan and FATA. Armed attacks by foreign militants in Chitral from Kunar / Nooristan provinces (Afghanistan) are the recent examples," the paper quoted the report, as saying.
According to the paper's sources, the trio have the same anti-Pakistan agenda ,therefore, they have been supporting each other in carrying out deadly attacks on minorities and ethnic tribes.
Pakistan's diplomats, serving in regional states and other powerful countries, have been asked to step up their efforts to press Afghanistan to handover the most wanted terrorists to Islamabad, as the move would help create stability in the region, the paper said.
Brahamdagh Bugti, who heads an outlawed Baloch terrorist group, has been on the run since 2006.
Maulana Fazlullah, nicknamed 'Mullah Radio', is the leader of Tehreek-e-Nafaz-e-Shariat-e-Muhammadi (TNSM), a banned fundamentalist militant group, allied to the Pakistani Taliban that aims to enforce Shariah in the country.
Mangal Bagh is the leader of Lashkar-e-Islam, a terrorist organisation operating in Khyber Agency, the paper said.
He is from Bara tehsil and belongs to the Sipah Afridi tribe. A former bus driver, Mangal is at the forefront of the increasing unrest in Pakistan's tribal areas. (ANI)
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