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Legendary Polo Player and Social Worker Shah Gul Aziz Passes Away in Gojal

Shah Gul Aziz, the legendary polo player and social worker from Gojal has passed away on 4th April morning. He was laid to rest in presence of a large number of people in his home town of Gulmit in the upper Hunza district.

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A memorable picture of young Shah Gul Aziz posing with his horse.

Shah Gul Aziz, the legendary polo player and social worker from Gojal has passed away on 4th April morning. He was laid to rest in presence of a large number of people in his home town of Gulmit in the upper Hunza district.

Shah Gul Aziz was one of the best polo players from Gilgit-Baltistan who had made numerous appearances majorly for Gilgit Scouts. He also represented Gilgit’s A team at Shandur Polo Festivals.

A memorable picture of young Shah Gul Aziz posing with his horse.

Shah Gul Aziz was a well respected social worker who has been serving as Aala Lambardar.

Many prominent social and political figures from Hunza and across Gilgit-Baltistan have shared their grief on the death of this legendary polo player who had not only made his name in sports but also served the community for a long period of time after his retirement.

 

GBee Staff keeps you updated with the latest happenings in Gilgit, Baltistan and Chitral regions of Pakistan.

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