FC seizes anti-Pakistan literature from Turbat college
15 January, 2014
QUETTA: The Frontier Corps (FC) Balochistan on Monday claimed to have seized anti-Pakistan literature during a raid at Attashad Degree College Turbat.
Talking to the media, Lieutenant Colonel Muhammad Azam said that the force has seized anti-Pakistan literature, books, maps, posters, banners and other subversive material, adding that elements in "banned BSA (Azad) wanted to use students for their designs on the dictates of the foreign agenda".
He said that "non-controversial books" would be returned to the college administration. He also said that action would be taken against the printing press where these books are being printed.
He said that the elements in BSO (Azad) were brainwashing students in the college to provoke them against the state through anti-Pakistan poetry, anti-Pakistan ideology material and stories based on the lives of the miscreants.
Azam said that such brainwashed students were then used in subversive incidents across Pakistan. He said that BSO (Azad) had also held students and teachers hostage and included them in like-minded groups. He said that miscreants had also established a media cell and anti-state slogans were written on the walls of college.
He said that following secret information last week, the FC also sealed a private language centre where anti-Pakistan literature was being taught to students.
FC IG Ejaz Shahid also praised the FC personnel for their successful raid which, he said, saved the youngsters from being led astray through brainwashing.