According to Pakistani intelligence sources, the attack carried out by on Chinese Consulate in Karachi today was carried out by the banned outfit Baluchistan Liberation Army (BLA) led by Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch. The intelligence officials believe that this attack was mastermind by BLA commander Aslam Achu who is hiding in India.
Aslam Achu was injured in an operation conducted by security forces near Sibi, Baluchistan. According to the officials, he is currently under treatment in Max hospital in Indian capital Delhi. The intelligence officials also revealed that the plan of this attack was made in India.
The intelligence officials also revealed that the identity of the terrorists killed by the security forces in Karachi was among the missing persons. According to the propaganda carried out by some elements to malign the security forces, these terrorists were declared missing persons allegedly picked up by the security forces but in reality they were hiding somewhere and getting training to carry out terrorist activity.
Many people who are members of banned outfits are hiding in the camps both inside and outside the country but their sympathizers accused the security forces for keeping them in illegal custody. Now the identity of these terrorists proved that they were not in the custody of any force or agency but were on the run because of their anti-Pakistan activities.
We never supported the policy of forced disappearances and always demanded to bring the culprits in the court of law and should be punished. We consider forced disappearance as the violation of fundamental rights. If it becomes inevitable to arrest or pick up some body to stop one from committing heinous crime or a hardened criminal then one should be brought before a court of law.
But at the same time we do not support any attempt to malign the security forces for the acts they never committed. The men in uniform are busy to protect the people of Pakistan against all those who want to create the sense of fear and violence. The security forces should not be criticised for doing their duty to protect the peaceful and law abiding citizens. They should be encouraged and supported.
The sources said that Achu is one of the key commanders of BLA chief Dr Allah Nazar. Achu is said to be involved in several incidents of terrorism and targeted killings in Quetta. He is also involved in the killing of lawyers, police personnel, journalists and doctors, the sources added.
Armed terrorists attacked the Chinese consulate in Karachi early Friday, killing two policemen and two civilians. The attackers, who were armed with SMGs, hand grenades, suicide vests and explosives, tried to enter the consulate from the visa issuance section but they were intercepted by security personnel at the checkpoint.
India is supporting these terrorists’ organisations and groups who have been carrying terrorist attacks against innocent civilians and Chinese nationals working on different projects in Baluchistan. BLA wants to sabotage the CPEC projects and other developmental work carried out by the government of Pakistan for the development and prosperity of Baluchistan and its people.
These terrorist groups are using Afghanistan and India as their base camps to carry out sabotage and terrorist activities from there. The stability, security and progress of Pakistan is there targets. The brave men in uniform foil their attacks and attempts to sabotage on daily basis. But sometime miscreants succeeded to attack their target.
There is no doubt that both India and America are not happy with CPEC and wants to stop this game changing project. Pakistan has already made big strides to defeat terrorism and militancy. Pakistani soldiers and officers have sacrificed their precious lives to root out militancy and violence from their homeland.
A lot more needs to be done to make Pakistan completely free of terrorism, militancy and violence. We need to learn from our past mistakes and the writ of the state should be established on each and every inch of our beloved country.
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17 November, 2019