Islamabad, Aug 6: A senior Baloch leader on Wednesday, Aug 5 asked the Pakistani government to prove its allegations of Indian interference in Balochistan and said it is just an excuse for its military operations in its province.
Speaking at a seminar, Shahzain Bugti, president of the Jamhoori Watan Party said, "The federal government should prove its allegations about Indian interference in Balochistan."
He also said, "We are accused of being pro-India. We would have voted for inclusion of Balochistan in India in 1947, if we had been in favour of India."
The issued of alleged Indian inference in Balochistan came into limelight after Pakistan alleged that a dossier was handed over by Pakistan's Yousuf Raza Gilani to his Indian counterpart Manmonhan Singh during their meet on NAM sidelines at Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt.