Obituary Hero of liberation war, Muhammad Baig, passed away in Gulmit, Gojal 8 years ago Pamir Times FacebookTwitterLinkedinLate Mr. Muhammad Baig Our Correspondent Islamabad: A veteran of Gilgit-Baltistan’s war of independence (1947-49) and a renowned social worker, Mr. Muhammad Baig, breathed his last today in his native village, Gulmit Gojal, in the upper Hunza valley. He was around 90 years old. He was laid to rest in the presence of thousands of people. Late Mr. Muhammad Baig, after retirement from the forces, also served as Captain of the Ismaili Volunteers, a voluntary social organization for a long period of time. He will always be remembered for his passion, dedication and his services to the community. About Author Pamir Times administrator Pamir Times is the pioneering community news and views portal of Gilgit – Baltistan, Kohistan, Chitral and the surrounding mountain areas. It is a voluntary, not-for-profit, non-partisan and independent venture initiated by the youth. See author's posts FacebookTwitterLinkedinShare this:WhatsAppTweetLike this:Like Loading... Share this on WhatsApp Continue Reading Previous Numberdar Mir Aman of Shishkat Gojal passed awayNext Former VP of Wakhi Tajik Cultural Association, Ali Johar, passed away More Stories Gilgit - Baltistan Obituary Dr. Farman Ali, renowned development practitioner, has passed away 10 months ago Pamir Times Obituary Sepoy Yar Ali, unsung hero of Gilgit-Baltistan’s liberation war passed away at 98 3 years ago Pamir Times Obituary Let’s create an accident free zone 3 years ago Pamir Times Obituary 1st November, and Where We are Today 3 years ago Pamir Times Obituary Renowned social worker Meharban Shah has passed away in Karachi 4 years ago Pamir Times Obituary Renowned traditional healer Zafarullah Baig laid to rest 6 years ago Pamir Times 4 thoughts on “Hero of liberation war, Muhammad Baig, passed away in Gulmit, Gojal” إنا لله وإنا إليه راجعون I Have been extremely distressed to learn about the expiry of Muhammad Baig The great I con of of Gojal & the community, he was remarkable person his services will be remember for long long time to com he was fully devoted person for the Jamat and community it is indeed very difficult to fill the gap for the coming years, since words cannot really express our feelings at this time. we pray eternal peace for his soul rest in peace please convey my heart-felt condolences to his Family and relativesl Hikayat shah SAUDI ARABIA What a great man! Late Muhammad Baig uncle, a true volunteer in real sense. He had served the community as a captain of the volunteers- heading team of well organzied young people in the past who could always put their best to help the communites during the normal course of time and in bad days as well. His quality of leadership, indeginous knowledge,excellent communicating skills in Urdu, Broshaski and Wahkhi and interest for contributing to community development always attracted his presence to represent Gojal in publict meetings and in resolving conflicts in the area. He used to enjoy meeting/ talking with people who have been to the universities and are working in orgaizations at key positions. He had always high expectations from educated people to work for common interest of the people living in those mountain settlement. He himself demonstrated love for education- by encouraging/ supporting his immidiate family members to get good education and better jobs. Lots of prayers for his soul to rest in eternal peace and condolances to the family members including Ahmad Baig, Shakeel, Maj Zaheer, Rehbar sb, Muzafar, Jaffar and other family members. Great people are always missed and remembered. In social context many people have recorded history in the region and area as our great teacher sultan Ali and Chairman Ghulamud din. Likewise the selfless services of Muhammad baig for community and area would be always recalled in the region. May Allah rest his soul in eternal peace and give courage to his family to bear this great loss. He was a great man. May Allah rest his soul in eternal peace. Aameen. Comments are closed.