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Brahamdagh Khan Bugti
براہمدغ خان بگٹی
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20th Tumandar of the Bugti Tribe (Claimant)
Preceded by Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti

Born Quetta, Quetta District, Balochistan
Political party Baloch Republican Party
Residence Dera Bugti, Balochistan
Profession Tumandar of Bugti Tribe, Politician
Religion Sunni Muslim

Brahamdagh Khan Bugti (Urdu: براہمدغ خان بگٹی) is a prominent leader of Jamhoori Watan Party in Balochistan, Pakistan. Brahamdagh Khan Bugti is the son of Nawabzada Rehan Khan Bugti , Fauzia Bugti,the brother of Zabad Bugti and Zaamur(the wife of Bakhtyaar Dombki). He's the grandson of Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti. The Jamhoori Watan Party‎ split and Brahamdagh Khan Bugti was the leader of his own faction, which he later renamed as Baloch Republican Party. Talal Akbar Bugti is the leader of the second faction of Jamhoori Watan Party‎.

He is wanted by the Pakistani Government on numerous Terrorism Charges Against the People of Pakistan. In his address to India Today Conclave by President Parvez Musharraf, the President alluded to Brahamdagh Bugti's association with the Indian Intelligence agnecy RAW (Research and Analysis Wing). He said that there is documentary evidence of Brahamdagh Bugti receiving weapons from Indian missions in Jalalabad and Kandahar as well as being received by Indian Intelligence officials in Delhi.



Mr Brahamdagh Khan Bugti is one the most controversial figure in Balochistan and a highly discussed subject in the media.Pakistani state claim that he is operating in Afghanistan where he continues to carry terrorist actives in Balochistan, However the Bugti tribe, his supporters and Baloch nationalists claim that he is inside Balochistan.

Mir Aali Bugti, thought to be the successor of the tribe returned back to Dera Bugti in Sui town after three years of hiding, coming as a severe shock to Baloch insurgencies and nationalist movement. Questions have now arisen regarding the new sucessor of the tribe. On 17th May 2009 severe fighting erupted in Dera Bugti killing two people. News agency claimed that fighting was between two groups of Bugti tribe fighting for the succession. [1]



Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik claimed[1] that UN worker John Solecki was kidnapped by Brahamdagh Khan Bugti. Bugti refuted these allegations in an interview to Aaj TV.

On another occasion, Pakistan's former president Gen. (Retd) Pervez Musharaf endorsed the fact that Brahamdagh Khan is spreading terrorism inside Pakistan and is supported by Kabul and Indian intelligence agencies[2]. He was answering to the questions after his speech at India Today CONCLAVE 2009 - Challenges of Change where he repeated this fact twice and said that Pakistani Government has all these facts on record.

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