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Nine-year exile to end soon: Brahumdagh Bugti hints in interview


Self-exiled Baloch Republican Army (BRA) leader Brahumdagh Bugti has met Abdul Malik Baloch, Balochistan Chief Minister in Geneva and is likely to come back Pakistan within months, media reports.


Speaking to BBC on Tuesday, Bugti said that he has talked on Balochistan issue with the provincial chief minister but said that Dr Abdul Malik has no ‘authority’ to talk about all pertinent issue with him.

“Those who have the power and authority to change the situation should hold a dialogue with me,” said the Baloch leader.


Source from the inner circles of Balochistan government told that Bugti is on the going to return Pakistan within months, marking a conclusion to his nine-year exile which had ensued the killing of his grandfather, Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti, by Pakistani security forces in 2006.

Earlier, couple of months ago, Bugti agreed to hold dialogues with the government on the Balochistan issue, suggesting at the probability of taking back demands of separation – provided that was what the people in the province wanted.

Meanwhile, this was the first time that grandson of former Balochistan governor and chief minister Nawab Akbar Bugti, the leader came forward in supporting dialogues with the government.

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