Baloch activist Brahumdagh Bugti to get Indian citizenship, says Pakistan media

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Islamabad:  Baloch Activist Brahumdagh Bugti will be soon given Indian Citizenship after long term intercessions with Indian authorities, Pakistani media, Geo News reported. Brahamdagh Bugti is the grandson of influential Baloch politician, late Akbar Khan Bugti.

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The citizenship will be given to Bugti by India in Switzerland, reports said.

"We will use Indian papers to travel around the world to campaign against Pakistan and to highlight our case. We have openly thanked Narendra Modi for his support and we are no more hiding anything. We have no other option. We do not care what our opponents think of our support for Modi and his support for us," a source close to Bugti said.

"Everything is agreed and settled between the Indian government and Brahumdagh. He will submit his official request to the Indian mission in Geneva after getting endorsement from his party," source added.

On September and 18th and 19th, Bugti will apply for Indian Citizenship in Geneva, sources added.

Earlier, he had applied in Switzerland for the citizenship but the government discarded it. After that he applied for the Indian citizenship.

Brahamdagh Bugti is the grandson of influential Baloch politician, late Akbar Khan Bugti.

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