Two commanders of banned militant organization, Baloch Republican Army (BRA) who along with their other 41 militant colleagues surrendered said that self-exiled Baloch leader, Brahamdagh Bugti misguided them.
They vowed to remain loyal to Pakistan rest of the lives. Two commanders of banned militant outfit, BRA including Qaisar Khan Bugti and Lal Khan Bugti along with their 41 militant colleagues surrendered here at Frontier Corps Balochistan Sibi Scouts Headquarters on Saturday and vowed to remain loyal to Pakistan.
Speaking to journalists, they said that self-exiled Baloch leader, Brahamdagh Bugti misguided them.
“Brahamdagh Bugti misguided us in the name of freedom movement,” they said, adding that they decided to leave BRA after Brahamdagh applied for asylum in India.
They said that those were foreign agents who applied for asylum in India.
“Now, we are standing by Pakistan Army and we will fight to defend Pakistan,” they vowed.
The ceremony was attended by MNA and tribal elder, Mir Dostain Khan Domki, Sector Commander, FC, Brig. Amjad Ali, Commandant FC, Col. Zulfiqar Bajwa, Deputy Commissioner Sibi, Saifullah Khetran, Deputy Commissioner Kachhi Bolan, Ali Aijaz, SSP, Sardar Hasan Musakhel, District Chairman, Malik Qaimduddin Dahpal, Municipal Chairman, Haji Daud Rind and others. (Agencies)