QUETTA-The 'dastarbandi of grandson of late Nawab Muhammad Akbar Khan Bugti, Nawabzada Mir Aali Bugti was held in Sui on Tuesday. Aali Bugti succeeded Nawab Akbar Bugti, who was killed in a military drive in August 2006 in Tartani area of Kohlu district and has become 32nd Nawab of Bugti tribe. The ceremony of dastarbandi of Mir Aali Bugti was held in Sui amidst tight security and the Waderas of main clans of the tribe, including Kalpar, Masuri, Rahija, Shambani, Mundrani, Ferozani and Nothani, attended the ceremony. A jirga of Bugti tribe had nominated Nawabzada Aali Bugti as its new head on May 11. Talking to newsmen after ceremony of his dastarbandi, the new Nawab of Bugti tribe said that Baloch people wanted their due rights in the resources of the province and other tribes would also be contacted in this regard. Mir Aali Bugti said that it was his first priority to bring displaced people back to their areas. 'Due to military drive people from several areas have been displaced from Bugti tribe and also people belonging to Hindu community, he added. He said that the tribal system was for the betterment of people, ,adding, through this system they could solve their problems in traditional manner. He vowed to continue struggle for the rights of Baloch people and urged unity among Baloch people. It may be recalled that in 2006, Mir Aali had moved to mountains alongwith Nawab Bugti but he went abroad after assassination of his grandfather on August 26, 2006. Aali alongwith his younger brother Talha Bugti, returned to Sui in a special plane after three years of exile. He has been taking part in Balochistans politics for the last two years as President of the Jamhoori Watan Party.