Belgian govt hailed for granting asylum to BNF chief


Belgian govt hailed for granting asylum to BNF chief

Weekly Bang-e-Sahar Karachi Saturday, September 6——-September 12, 2008

By Our Correspondent
SKARDU: A meeting of the workers and office-bearers of Balawaristan National Front (BNF) Baltistan division at its officer here discussed grant of asylum to exiled BNF Chairman Abdul Hamid Khan in Brussels.
Addressing the participants, BNF central senior vice-president Haider Shah Rizvi, central spokesman Safdar Ali, divisional president Mehdi Akmal, joint secretary Anwar Shah and divisional organizer of BNSO Mir Mohammad Sahar congratulated the BNF chairman for the award of asylum to him in Brussels and also hailed the decision of the European Union and the government of Belgium.
They said the decision would go a long way in internationalizing the struggle of the people of Giglit-Blatitan for their rights.
BNSO LAHORE: Balawaristan National Students Organization Lahore also hailed the decision of the Belgian government to grant asylum to the BNF chief.
BNSO Lahore president Shamsur Rehman said the decision would help the people of Gilgit-Baltistan attain their rights. He also paid tributes to the services of Mr Khan in highlighting the issues of Gilgit-Blatistan at the international level. Chief organizer Babar Khan said we pay tributes to Kashmiri leader Sardar Shaukat Kashmiri, Afzal Tahir and Mumtaz Khan for helping the BNF chief in getting the asylum status in Brussels.
BNSO Lahore vice-president Riaz Rajput said Mr Khan had suffered hardship for the rights of the people of Gilgit-Baltistan and deserved the right to get the asylum in the Belgian capital.

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