JWP leader Talal Bugti passes away in Quetta

Published: April 27, 2015
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A file photo of Talal Bugti. PHOTO: ONLINE

A file photo of Talal Bugti. PHOTO: ONLINE

QUETTA: Leader of Jamhoori Watan Party (JWP) Nawabzada Talal Akbar Bugti passed away on Monday at the Combined Military Hospital (CMH) in Quetta after suffering from a heart attack.

According to the sources, Bugti was not feeling well late Sunday evening and was transported to the hospital where he breathed his last. The cause of the death was a fatal hear attack, CMH revealed.

Talal visited Islamabad last week for medical check up and had returned to Quetta in reportedly better condition. However, his health deteriorated last night.

His body was shifted to Bugti House in Quetta for final rites.

Talal was born in Dera Bugti on 17 March 1952. He was the fourth son of Nawab Akbar Bugti. He had two elder sisters and an elder brother. Talal Bugti leaves behind three sons — Shah Zain Bugti, Gohram Bugti and Mir Chakar Bugti.

The JWP leader began his formal education in 1957 by joining Dera Bugti School and, in 1958, he joined Quetta Grammar School and soon after he joined Atichison College, Lahore. After studying at Aitchison for six years, he completed his schooling from Quetta Grammar School. He then completed his BA from the University of Punjab, Lahore.

Bugti took over the Jamhoori Watan Party (JWP) presidency after the death of Nawab Akbar Bugti in 2006. He was heading his own faction of (JWP) while another faction is headed by Nawab Aali Bugti, the Chief of Bugti tribes.

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Reader Comments (9)

  • Umar
    Apr 27, 2015 - 11:24AM

    Rest in peace !Recommend

  • Broken Heart
    Apr 27, 2015 - 11:59AM

    So Sad. RIP Recommend

  • Apr 27, 2015 - 12:55PM

    May his soul rest in peace, amen.Recommend

  • Lahori boy
    Apr 27, 2015 - 5:55PM

    So Sad. RIPRecommend

  • Farhan
    Apr 27, 2015 - 11:33PM

    Indians must be too much mourning. This guy had hate for Pak army. Despite being educated he kept Balochistan deprived of education.Recommend

  • syed & syed
    Apr 28, 2015 - 1:55AM

    Pakistan deprived from an honest politician. May he rest in peace and may GOD give strength to his family / friends to bear the calamityRecommend

  • Waseem
    Apr 28, 2015 - 2:47AM

    They are those leaders who delivered nothing to masses and kept them in darkness only because they were scared of loosing their control.Recommend

  • Lt Col Imtiaz Alam(retd)
    Apr 28, 2015 - 9:46AM

    Blame it on the Establishment. May Allah have mercy on his soul. These Nawab’s did nothing for their Province except filling their pockets.Recommend

  • Muhammad Arshad
    Apr 29, 2015 - 6:54AM

    @ Lt Col Imtiaz Alam(retd) — All others are offering condolences and Lt. Col even after retirement is sarcastic in remarks. Reading your remarks tells the whole story and cause of the Balochistan problem. Treat them your own citizens. They own [more than us, because of their elders joining Pakistan on the request of Quaid e Azam] Pakistan as any other Pakistani owns it. May his soul rest in peace!Recommend

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