Islamabad, June 3 (ANI): Pakistan Frontier Corps' (FC) Inspector-General (IG) Major General Ubaidullah Khan has said that nearly 121 insurgent training camps were operating in Balochistan and 30 in Afghanistan, which are contributing to unrest in the province.
Khan said that the camps are being operated by Harbiyar Marri, Brahamdag Bugti, Allah Nazar and Javed Mengal, and are running concerted campaigns to defame state institutions.
Khan stressed that if the government tries its hard, these camps can be eliminated, The Express Tribune reports.
According to the paper, Brahamdagh Bugti, the leader of Balochistan Republican Party (BRP) and Harbiyar Marri of Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA), are both accused of fueling insurgency in the violence plagued province.
The FC and other security agencies though too have been blamed for some of the violence in the province, the paper said.
Meanwhile, the Supreme Court recently summoned the IG to explain the role of FC in the case of missing persons in Balochistan. (ANI)