Baloch leader Bugti to soon apply for asylum in India


Baloch leader Brahamdagh Bugti shortly in Switzerland, has started the move to look for political shelter in India, a representative of the Baloch Republican Party told The Hindu over telephone from Geneva. 

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Mr. Bugti's choice takes after a meeting of the Baloch Republican Party (BRP) that censured the Uri assault and cleared his choice to move to India. 

"Baloch Republican Party's Central Committee has confirmed Mr. Bugti's choice… Right now, we are worried about the wellbeing of the President of the gathering and that is the reason the choice for political shelter was cleared," Azizullah Bugti, a representative of the BRP, said. 

"We have not yet chose who all will go with him on his adventure to India, yet that is dependent upon him choose and the gathering will volunteer individuals to go with him to India as the need emerges," he said. 

Mr. Bugti's choice to look for refuge came a day after the assault in Uri, taking after which he had attracted consideration regarding Pakistan's claimed binds to psychological oppression. 

"We denounce the Uri assault in the most grounded conceivable terms. It is yet another case of Pakistan's part as a fear based oppression sending out nation," Mr. Bugti said on an informal community site after the assault. 

The Hindu had before reported Mr Bugti's choice to look for refuge in India. Talking over telephone from Geneva, the Baloch pioneer had expressed that India ought to consider supporting his mission for freedom for his country in the way it bolstered the Dalai Lama and the late Sheik Mujibur Rahman of Bangladesh. 

Brahamdagh Bugti is the grandson of Nawab Akbar Bugti, the patriarch and leader of the Bugtis, the biggest tribe of Balochistan. Akbar Bugti was executed in a police activity by Pakistani on August 26, 2006 amid the residency of President Pervez Musharraf. 

Brahamdagh Bugti got away police activity and made a trip to Switzerland by means of Afghanistan on an Afghan travel permit. He told The Hindu that the Swiss powers had compelled him not to enjoy political exercises. An Indian authority report, he said, would empower him to go to New York and other significant western urban areas to crusade for the freedom of Balochistan. 

"Mr Bugti will start whatever legitimate procedures are vital for satisfying the shelter strategy," Azizullah Bugti said.

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