Afghan and US complicity in sheltering Brahamdegh Bugit and his fellow terrorists in Afghanistan is well known through wikileaks (in which US officials are named and documented discussing Bugti's presence in Afghanistan with Karzai). Now come a few accounts about Afghanistan sheltering TTP and Sindhudesh terrorists: Afghanistan must extradite Fazlullah, Grossman told | The Nation â€œThe civil and military leadership made clear to the US that militants, who had fled the country during the Swat military operation and were operating from Afghanistanâ€™s Kunar and Nuristan provinces, should be extradited to Pakistan,â€ the sources confided to The Nation. The authorities impressed upon Grossman to take the matter seriously, as cross-border attacks, led by former TTP Swat commander Maulvi Fazalullah and his fighters, were destabilising Pakistan. Fugitive Sindhudesh chief operating from Kabul - thenews.com.pk Wanted for his alleged role in several terrorist activities across Sindh, Shafi Burfat, the fugitive chief of the Jeay Sindh Muttahida Muhaz (JSMM) who is also the moving spirit behind the Sindhudesh Liberation Army (SLA), is now well beyond the reach of the Pakistani agencies, having already fled to Afghanistan and established his control centre in Kabul. Well-placed officials in security agencies which are investigating the November 9, 2012 bomb attacks targeting the houses of six PPP leaders in different towns of Sindh, have concluded that the attacks were carried out by the Sindhudesh Liberation Army under instructions from Shafi Burfat, one of the most wanted terrorists, being sought by the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of Sindh for years. Burfat carries head money of Rs5 million.