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Swiss deny Bugti asylum but will PM Modi hug him as India’s son?

https://mustikhan.com/2017/11/23/swiss-deny-bugti-asylum-but-will-great-hugger-modi-hug-him-as-indias-son/   mustikhan   Uncategorized ,  Politics ,  Balochistan  November 23, 2017 8 Minutes Indian prime minister Narendra Modi is said to be the best thing that happened to India in seven decades. Modi is also known to be great hugger, even hugging germaphobe President Donald Trump, who considers  shaking hand as barbaric . But the question today is will he hug Brahumdagh Bugti, president of the Baloch Republican Party, as India’s own son as the Swiss government has rejected his asylum petition? According to a  news report in Geo TV , “A source in the Swiss government confirmed that Brahumdagh Bugti’s asylum application was turned down because of his links with “incidents of terrorism, violence and militant activities” and the rejection letter clearly sets out these allegations. Bugti confirmed to this correspondent that his asylum application has been rejected by the Swiss government

After banning Mehran, Swiss reject Brahumdagh Bugti’s request for asylum

https://www.geo.tv/amp/168939 November 22, 2017 | By Murtaza Ali Shah   LONDON: Switzerland rejected on Wednesday the request of exiled leader of the banned Baloch Republican Party (BRP) Brahumdagh Bugti to seek political asylum after more than seven years, a government source confirmed, just a week after imposing lifetime entry ban on prominent exiled Baloch leader and Bugti’s brother-in-law, Mehran Marri. A source in the Swiss government confirmed that Brahumdagh Bugti’s asylum application was turned down because of his links with “incidents of terrorism, violence and militant activities” and the rejection letter clearly sets out these allegations. Bugti confirmed to this correspondent that his asy lum application has been rejected by the Swiss government on the basis of allegations that he has links with the banned Baloch Republican Army (BRA). He said that he had the right to appeal and he will take his case to the next level of Swiss judiciary and to the European Court of H

Switzerland rejects Baloch leader Brahumdagh Bugti's application for political asylum

http://wap.business-standard.com/article/news-ani/switzerland-rejects-baloch-leader-brahumdagh-bugti-s-application-for-political-asylum-117112201428_1.html ANI | New Delhi [India] Nov 22, 2017 10:54 PM IST Switzerland on Wednesday rejected the request of the exiled leader of the banned Baloch Republican Party (BRP), Brahumdagh Bugti, to seek a political asylum after more than seven years. Bugti took to Twitter to inform of the development. "After more than seven years of waiting Switzerland has now rejected my application for political asylum," he tweeted. The application of the outlawed BRP leader had earlier also been turned down by the Switzerland immigration authorities. Bugti was, however, informed at the start of this year that his case "remains in the process" and "no time frame can be given." It was also reported that Bugti had, on September 19, 2016, formally asked the Indian government to grant him an asylum and Indian nationality so that h

CPEC posing a regional threat, says Baloch activist

https://www.aninews.in/news/world/asia/cpec-posing-a-regional-threat-says-baloch-activist201711221719150001/ ANI | Updated: Nov 22, 2017 17:19IST Geneva [Switzerland], Nov.22 (ANI): The multi-billion dollar China Pakistan Economic Corridor ( CPEC ) not only poses a threat to any community, but to the entire region, says Ali Akbar Mengal, a  Baloch activist . Beijing believes this economic corridor is important link to its larger Silk Road Initiative to enhance economic cooperation between Asia and Europe. However, in Pakistan's Balochistan province the locals are op posing  the project by calling it a strategy to exploit the resources and destroy the ethnic culture. Balochistan is the home to the deep water port of Gwadar - the key strategic interest behind the construction of road and rail infrastructure that will connect China's Xinjiang - home to the oppressed Uyghurs - to the Arabian Sea. Ali Akbar Mengal, a  Baloch activist said, "The total population of Gwadar