RAW network busted in Gilgit-Baltistan
KARACHI (92 News) – The intelligence agencies have foiled the attempt of destablising Pakistan and busted the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) network in Gilgit-Baltistan on Monday.
The intelligence agencies have shattered the enemy’s plan to spread anarchy in Gilgit and Baltistan. The agencies conducted an operation against RAW in GB, 14 Biloristan National Front (BNF), a nationalist party, activists and heavy weaponry was also seized.
It was reported that the RAW mentored BNF (Hameed Group) in Gilgit-Baltistan. The RAW was involved in brainwashing youth in Gilgit-Baltistan universities through this group to do propaganda against Pakistan.
Abdul Hameed Khan was given task to defame Pakistan at international level. Khan’s target also included spreading terrorism in GB.
On directive of the RAW, Abdul Hameed Khan also sent letters to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in a bid to stop financial and technical aid for six proposed dams in Pakistan.
Head of BNF, Abdul Hameed Khan of Ghazar went to Nepal in 1999. RAW had taken him to Nepal and then India. He was given a three-star apartment in Dehli, where his family and three sons were shifted.
His children have been given expensive education in different schools and colleges. The Indian spy agency also provided him Indian identity cards and business facility. He was sent to Brussels in 2007 for anti-Pakistan propaganda.
Local newspaper was used for spreading separatist thoughts.
Chairman BNS Student Wing Sher Nadir played key role in assisting Abdul Hameed, who surrendered in February 2019.