Gulzar Imam, a ‘high-value goal’ in response to the navy, is the founder and chief of the banned Baloch Nationalist Military.
Pakistan’s high intelligence company has arrested a “high-value goal” in an operation towards a Baloch insurgent group within the nation’s southwest, the military mentioned.
The navy assertion on Friday mentioned Gulzar Imam, additionally identified by the identify Shambay, is the founder and chief of the banned Baloch Nationalist Military.
An umbrella group for Baloch rebels, the BNA was fashioned after two predominant teams merged: the Baloch Republican Military and United Baloch Military.
The military mentioned the BNA had been concerned in dozens of “terrorist” attacks within the nation, together with these on safety forces.
The navy’s media wing mentioned Shambay’s visits to India and Afghanistan had been on file and his suspected hyperlinks with hostile intelligence businesses are being investigated.
The navy mentioned the arrest was made attainable after a months-long intelligence effort, however didn’t present additional particulars.
The gas-rich southwestern Balochistan province on the border of Afghanistan and Iran has been a scene of rebellion by Baloch separatists for greater than 20 years.
Baloch nationalists initially needed a share of the provincial sources, however later they initiated a motion for full independence.