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Prince Amyn Muhammad Aga Khan in Hunza

Prince Amyn welcomed by Chief Secretary of NAs at Gilgit Air Port.

[Photo: Asghar Khan]

 by Salman Abbas

Karimabad, May 21: Today Prince Amyn Muhammad visited Hunza valley. At about 9:45, in the morning, an AKF chopper crossed central hunza,  for Gojal. The visit was scheduled in a way that the prince was first to visit Sost and Gulmit villages in Gojal to see the the land that Group of Serena Hotels had purchased couple of years back.

Returning from Gojal the Heli landed at Mominabad at around 12:00 pm and the esteemed prince visited the ancient Altit Fort. He took the route, which was taken by Mawlana Hazir Imam when he graced Altit in the year 2006.

The Prince was really excited to see the tremendous work done by AKCSP  for many years. He thanked the Altit Jamaat for the hospitality provided  to him at arrival. Later on the Prince left  for Karimabad where he discussed business plans, particularly extension of Baltit Inn to higher standards. After a light Hi-tea at Baltit Inn, prince went to Gilgit for Lunch.

Updates from Gilgit: Photos by Ali Ahmad

7 thoughts on “Prince Amyn Muhammad Aga Khan in Hunza

  1. Wasn’t there any talk or speech statement of Prince Amyn Muhammad Aga Khan in any place? It’d be very interested if Prince Amyn has any statement. The pictures depict many activities of him with the Chief Secretary and others, community leaders and the community, but no adequate converage has come up apart from description of his travel.

  2. AGREED WITH MUSAFIR, THAT IS ESSENTIAL TO ADOPT A PATH FOR BUSINESS AND ECONOMICAL BETTERMENT OF THE POOR PEOPLE AND YOUNGSTERS TO ADOPT THEIR CAREER.
    THE WELL BEING OF THE PEOPLE ARE LINK WITH THAT, SO REP, OF GOJAL NET SHOULD SHARE IT WITH THE LOCAL PEOPLE.

  3. Visit of Prince Amyn Muhammad towards Northern Areas is a kind of blessing, and this visit is going to open the new ways for Business activities which will definately creates more and more opportunities for the youngsters.So there is need to go for the proffesional fields.we should polish our skills up to the International standards.

  4. Dear Readers,

    It was not the first visit of Gojal, Prince visited Gojal in 1991 for land purchase and now this was his private visit to see the Serena Hotels properties. It was official protocol given by the Govt. Officials and community leaders on his arrival.

    I agree with Mr. Baig Ali and Nadeem Posh’s comments but there is lack of interest in Tourism Industry from Hunza valley as professionals. There are also opportunity in Islamabad Serena Hotel in near future, because the hotel increased its rooms from 197 to 400 rooms and upcoming in 77 room hotel in Dunshanbe Tajiksitan and hopefully in Northern Areas

    Regards,

    Asghar Khan

  5. Dear readers and ahlay watan,
    The visit of Prince Amin to the region is definately for a noble cause.So far the credit goes to AKDN for the inception of the developmental activities in the region and changing of the stone age mind set which persisted for many generations.
    We must be grateful to the Noorani family for their contributions and generosity.
    Being members of ths Noorani family we must abid by the Farameen of Imam of the time which are source of inspiration,source of mental contentment,source of peace,source of prosperity and source of awarness.Moreover it encompasses all matters related to spritual and material life with absolute solutions.
    Once again many many congratulations for the visit of prince Amin Muhammad.
    Regards
    Ghalib,Lahore

  6. Respected Salman
    thanks for adding the informations of the Prince’s visit but I think there are many basic informations missing that ought not to be missed. Anyhow, one would think where was he looking for the site of the future Serena Hotel or simply where is the purchased land. You could have added the pics of that land too because you have added other pics of him at different places.

    It was just a weak observation of my mind that you had missed the basics of his visit. Anyhow, thanks for the informations and your service.

    LOVE

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