Exiled Baloch leader Brahamdagh Bugti, who has been at the forefront of the Baloch movement against Pakistan, on Monday said he would soon apply for asylum in India.

Mr. Bugti, grandson of Baloch nationalist leader Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti who was killed by Pakistan forces 10 years ago, said he would file the asylum application to the Indian government through the country’s embassy here soon.

File Photo |of Brahamdagh Bugti, the exiled leader of the Republican Party  | Source: Twitter

 

We have decided to formally file asylum papers to the Indian Government soon. We will follow the legal process for the application,” he told reporters here.

Mr. Bugti, who is currently living in exile in Switzerland, said his Baloch Republican Party had decided to approach the International Criminal Court against Pakistani army generals.

Mr. Bugti said the Baloch Republican Party has also decided to file a case against China at the International Court of Justice and to do it, the party would approach India, Afghanistan and Bangladesh for help.

Last month, Mr. Bugti thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for raising the issue of the situation in Balochistan in his Independence Day speech.ader Brahamdagh Bugti, who has been at the forefront of the Baloch movement against Pakistan, on Monday said he would soon apply for asylum in India.

Mr. Bugti, grandson of Baloch nationalist leader Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti who was killed by Pakistan forces 10 years ago, said he would file the asylum application to the Indian government through the country’s embassy here soon.

“We have decided to formally file asylum papers to the Indian Government soon. We will follow the legal process for the application,” he told reporters here.

Mr. Bugti, who is currently living in exile in Switzerland, said his Baloch Republican Party had decided to approach the International Criminal Court against Pakistani army generals.

Mr. Bugti said the Baloch Republican Party has also decided to file a case against China at the International Court of Justice and to do it, the party would approach India, Afghanistan and Bangladesh for help.

Last month, Mr. Bugti thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for raising the issue of the situation in Balochistan in his Independence Day speech.

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