Khan of Kalat held meeting in MQM’s London Secretariat: PSP leader

Karachi (HRNW): Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) leader Raza Haroon said on Thursday that the Khan of Kalat recently held a meeting with the founder of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement at the party’s international secretariat in London. Addressing a press conference, Haroon said the new wave of terrorism in Balochistanis worrisome, adding that an anti-Pakistan movement is ongoing in the province. He also condemned the posting of anti-Pakistan banners in London. Khan of Kalat, one of the leading leaders of Balochistan, is in self-imposed exile in the UK after leaving Pakistan following the killing of Nawaz Akbar Bugti in an army operation in 2006.

“If you speak on Balochistan unrest without taking into account Karachi, then you are deceiving yourself,” he said, adding that Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav’s confessional statement is available on YouTube, wherein he says his network included Karachi as well. Jadhav, an official of India’s spy agency RAW, was caught by the security forces from Balochistan in March last year and later confessed to funding and organizing subversive activities inside the country at the behest of the Indian state.

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