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Rights activists urge India to grant asylum to Brahamdagh Bugti

Activists also urged the Union government to take up the issue at the world forum and expose the gross violation of human rights by Pakistan

Expressing solidarity with the people of Balochistan, human rights activists in on Friday urged the Indian government to grant leader political asylum.

President and founder of Republican Party, Brahamdagh Bugti's application seeking political asylum in was on Thursday received by the Home Ministry, which said it was examining it.

The activists also urged the Union government to take up the issue at the world forum and expose the gross violation of human rights by in Balochistan.

"We want to register our protest against the alleged genocide and gross violation perpetrated by and its allies against the residents in Balochistan," Joydip Mukerjee, the General Secretary of the All Legal Aid Forum, said.

"We give our moral support in their fight against the unprecedented tactics of eliminating peace-loving citizens of under the leadership of Brahamdagh Bugti, who is in exile and seeking an asylum in India," he said.

"We feel that should raise the issue at the world forum so that can be exposed and this gross violation of human rights can be stopped. We also feel that should give asylum to Bugti," he said.

Bugti is the grandson of Nawab Akbar Bugti, a nationalist leader killed by the Pakistani army in 2006.

The Pakistani government had blamed for helping Bugti flee to Geneva in 2010 via Afghanistan.

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Rights activists urge India to grant asylum to Brahamdagh Bugti

Activists also urged the Union government to take up the issue at the world forum and expose the gross violation of human rights by Pakistan

Press Trust of India  |  Kolkata 

Rights activists urge India to grant asylum to Bugti

Expressing solidarity with the people of Balochistan, human rights activists in on Friday urged the Indian government to grant leader political asylum.

President and founder of Republican Party, Brahamdagh Bugti's application seeking political asylum in was on Thursday received by the Home Ministry, which said it was examining it.

The activists also urged the Union government to take up the issue at the world forum and expose the gross violation of human rights by in Balochistan.

"We want to register our protest against the alleged genocide and gross violation perpetrated by and its allies against the residents in Balochistan," Joydip Mukerjee, the General Secretary of the All Legal Aid Forum, said.

"We give our moral support in their fight against the unprecedented tactics of eliminating peace-loving citizens of under the leadership of Brahamdagh Bugti, who is in exile and seeking an asylum in India," he said.

"We feel that should raise the issue at the world forum so that can be exposed and this gross violation of human rights can be stopped. We also feel that should give asylum to Bugti," he said.

Bugti is the grandson of Nawab Akbar Bugti, a nationalist leader killed by the Pakistani army in 2006.

The Pakistani government had blamed for helping Bugti flee to Geneva in 2010 via Afghanistan.

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Rights activists urge India to grant asylum to Brahamdagh Bugti

Activists also urged the Union government to take up the issue at the world forum and expose the gross violation of human rights by Pakistan

Activists also urged the Union government to take up the issue at the world forum and expose the gross violation of human rights by Pakistan
Expressing solidarity with the people of Balochistan, human rights activists in on Friday urged the Indian government to grant leader political asylum.

President and founder of Republican Party, Brahamdagh Bugti's application seeking political asylum in was on Thursday received by the Home Ministry, which said it was examining it.

The activists also urged the Union government to take up the issue at the world forum and expose the gross violation of human rights by in Balochistan.

"We want to register our protest against the alleged genocide and gross violation perpetrated by and its allies against the residents in Balochistan," Joydip Mukerjee, the General Secretary of the All Legal Aid Forum, said.

"We give our moral support in their fight against the unprecedented tactics of eliminating peace-loving citizens of under the leadership of Brahamdagh Bugti, who is in exile and seeking an asylum in India," he said.

"We feel that should raise the issue at the world forum so that can be exposed and this gross violation of human rights can be stopped. We also feel that should give asylum to Bugti," he said.

Bugti is the grandson of Nawab Akbar Bugti, a nationalist leader killed by the Pakistani army in 2006.

The Pakistani government had blamed for helping Bugti flee to Geneva in 2010 via Afghanistan.
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