Islamabad, Nov 28 : Pakistani intelligence agencies are learnt to have gathered credible information on the influx of foreign militants and sophisticated weapons into Pashtun areas of Balochistan PROVINCE via the Pak-Afghan border.
The weapons were being supplied to Balochistan's Chaman, Pishin and Qila Abdullah districts for the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA), by 'anti-Balochistan and anti-Pakistan quarters', the Daily Times quoted reliable sources as saying.
They said Pakistani agencies had seized at least 726 missiles in addition to other weapons over the last few days. The Pakistani authorities have also secretly conveyed to organisations supporting anti-Pakistan quarters to cease their activities or face action. The sources said the authorities wanted to settle the matter without bringing it into the limelight.
They said the federal government had made plans to check the insurgency in Balochistan, and orders on the situation had already been given to the provincial government and intelligence and law-enforcement agencies.
Meanwhile, intelligence agencies have also collected credible evidence against hardcore Baloch leaders, and they would soon be produced in courts of law.