| Brahumdagh Bugti|
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Akbar Bugti, Balach Marri, Talal Akbar Bugti, Hyrbyair Marri, Allah Nazar Baloch
Nawab Mehrab Khan Bugti
Baloch Republican Party
Brahamdagh Khan Bugti or Brahumdagh Khan Bugti (Urdu: براہمدغ خان بگٹی) is the founder and leader of the Political organizations Baloch Republican Party, a Baloch nationalist group which broke away from his uncle Talal Akbar Bugti's Jamhoori Watan Party in 2008. The Pakistani government accused Brahamdagh Bugti as most wanted terrorist who is leading the Baloch Republican Army, a terrorist group designated as a extremist organisation in Pakistan. He has lived in exile, first in Afghanistan and later Switzerland
Brahamdagh Bugti was born in 1982 to Rehan Khan Bugti, the fourth son of Akbar Bugti. Rehan died a short time after Brahamdagh's birth.
The Bugti family has been widely loathed by other tribes for their mass murders of innocent civilians of rival tribes. A fact, which the Bugti clan has tried to hide from Switzerland where Brahumdagh is in exile. His source of funds are also questionable and he has shut his eye to bonded labor (slavery) committed by his family.
His English is very poor hence he uses Mehran Marri to communicate in English on his behalf. Mehran is from the inferior Marri tribe.
He went into self exile in Afghanistan during an military operation Dera Bugti 2006.
In 2016, it was reported that Brahamdagh Bugti had applied for Assylum in India but it was hold on by the government of India However, a report back in 2010 stated he already held an Indian passport. The Pakistani government has accused India of providing aid to Bugti and other Baloch groups it considers terrorists. Pakistani government sources identified Arjun Das Bugti, an associate of his late grandfather, as the funnel through which India funds Bugti and the BRP. Balochistan's chief minister Sanaullah Zehri called Brahamdagh a "traitor". The remark was in response to Brahamdagh's public praise of Indian prime minister Narendra Modi in August 2016, who criticized Pakistan and its domestic human rights issues in Balochistan.
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