QUETTA: Forty-three militants known as ‘Ferraris’ surrendered and laid down arms in Balochistan, state broadcaster Radio Pakistan reported on Tuesday.
According to a Frontier Constabulary spokesman, the militants were affiliated with Baloch Republican Army of separatist leader Brahamdagh Bugti.
A commander of the Ferraris said they took the decision because of Brahamdagh Bugti’s connivance with India.
The militants in the so-called ‘Ferrari Camps’ target security forces and national installations, and are known to shift places frequently. Bugti, who is currently in exile in Switzerland, had recently sought asylum in India.
On 14th August 2015, more than 400 militants had surrendered in the presence of now National Security Advisor Lt. Gen (retd) Nasir Janjua.