US counter-insurgency in action: Blackwater helicopters airlifting 'Taliban terrorists' around Afghanistan and Pakistan
Pakistan Daily Mail
Sat, 23 Jan 2010 21:18 UTC
The Daily Mail's findings reveal that at least 2 most wanted militants being persuaded by the Pakistan Defence Forces in the tribal belt that connects the nuke-powered Pakistan with the war ravaged Afghanistan, after being badly hit by the Pakistani troops, managed to get evacuated to Afghanistan in a very safe and composed manner.
The Daily Mail's findings indicate that the two Most Wanted militant Commanders including Maulvi Fazlullah and Qari Hussain were earlier reported to have been seriously injured during Pakistan Army's anti militancy operation, code-named "Operation Rah-e-Rast" and their hideouts were destroyed by law enforcment agencies in Swat, were secretly taken to Afghanistan by the operatives of Blackwaters or the Xe-Service and have recently surfaced in Afghanistan.
According to The Daily Mail's investigations, Maulvi Fazaluallah is spotted residing in Kamdesh district of Nooristan along with 300 militants and other middle level Commanders. These findings also disclose that Maulvi Fazlullah had remained under treatment in a medical facility under US troops in Bagram airbase before he returned to Kamdesh district.
The Daily Mail's findings indicate further that it is the same area where US troops vacated their posts with the intention of allowing the fleeing Pakistani militants space to regroup. His escape was made possible with the active support of the Afghan intelligence, financially supported by Indian Intelligence agency RAW and executed by the operatives of Xe-Services while the Xe-Services also work for the Afghan drug mafia and warlords.
The Daily Mail's investigations further reveal that similarly, the other militant Commander of Tehrik Taliban Pakistan Qari Hussain surfaced in Afghanistan soon after the launching of operation "Rah-e-Nijat". These findings reveal that the Blackwaters or the Xe-Services even used the choppers to evacuate the top militant to Afghanistan. According to credible sources in South Waziristan (Pakistan's tribal area) who requested not to be named, a few helicopters were seen entering Pakistan territory from neighbouring Afghan province of Paktia, close to Pak-Afghan border which landed on Pakistani soil and evacuated Qari Hussain and a few others, then departed immediately towards Afghanistan.
Some other sources have also reported spotting foreign helicopters in the area, while the locals, when contacted, also confirmed to have witnessed landing, take off and flying of helicopters in the aerial direction of the bordering Afghan province of Paktika and Paktia. A notable of Makeen (Resident), Abdul Samad Khan who attended local Jirga in area close to the border and stayed there for a few days, revealed that since start of military operation in South Waziristan, the helicopters traffic of USA/Afghan Government had increased manifold in the war zone for unknown reasons.
It is worth mentioning here that the US troops vacated posts in Paktika at the crucial time when operation "Rah-e-Nijat" was progressing well, again thus allowing fleeing militants space on Afghan soil to regroup and escape capture.
The Daily Mail's findings indicate that the Xe-Services were also tasked to evacuate many RAW sponsored militants from the Balochistan province of Pakistan and all these "evacuated" militants and separatists are being dubbed as "missing people" by their families and courts back in Pakistan.
These findings indicate that around three thousand "evacuated" Pakistanis are being trained further by the operatives of RAW and the personnel of India's Military Intelligence that are present in Afghanistan for more than five years.
These findings further elaborate that RAW's Special Operations Division Chief Chhota Rajan is personally supervising the training and facilitation process.
These findings indicate that the evacuated militants are later reorganized and trained further at different camps that are being run under the joint supervision of Chhota Rajan and a senior Indian MI officer with the rank of Major General.
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