The Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) was behind the recent protests held against Pakistan in Geneva, which self-exiled Baloch leader Brahamdagh Bugti led, a private TV channel said on Tuesday.
The Indian media used the Bugti-led protest to hoodwink the people of India in an effort to divert attention from the atrocities being carried out by the Indian army in occupied Kashmir.
The channel produced evidence that Indian intelligence brought “paid demonstrators” from a refugee camp to the protests led by Bugti and Mehran Murri.
“The protesters were nationals of countries from Far East Asia and Africa and didn’t even look close to people of Balochistan in appearance.”
He said usually the refugees are paid 100-150 francs to take part in protests called Silent Solidarity Protests.