Islamabad, Mar.23 (ANI): Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik has once again blamed India for fanning insurgency in Balochistan, saying the federal government has 'undeniable' evidence that New Delhi was involved in nefarious activities in the region bordering Afghanistan.
Addressing the Senate, Malik said he would disclose the details regarding India's involvement to parliamentarians during an in-camera meeting and said militants were being provided arms and financial support from foreign countries.
Commenting on the issue of hundreds of missing Baloch people, Malik claimed that the list of missing persons has many 'dubious names', including some people who were in Afghanistan to receive militant training and others who were involved in anti-Pakistan activities in Dubai.
"It was reported that some Baloch people had gone missing, but it was found later that those people had crossed the border or got visas of some other country to get militant training," The Daily Times quoted Malik, as saying.
However, Malik's claims were confronted by senators from Balochistan, who said that the government needed to take up the province's issues in detail instead of blaming India each time. (ANI)