Visionary Leader Haji Muhammad Iqbal Baloch’s Pivotal Meeting with Balochistan Leaders: Jam Mir Ghulam Qadir and Nawab Mir Bai Khan


In a historic moment that resonates with the pioneering years of the Visionary Group, Haji Muhammad Iqbal Baloch, the founder and visionary leader, engaged in a pivotal meeting with key leaders of Balochistan: Chief Minister Jam Mir Ghulam Qadir of Lasbela and Nawab Mir Bai Khan of Makran. This significant gathering underscores the commitment of Visionary Group’s leadership to fostering regional collaboration and addressing the unique socio-political landscape of Balochistan.

Jam Mir Ghulam Qadir, a prominent figure in Balochistan’s political landscape, served twice as the Chief Minister of the province and held the esteemed position of Federal Minister for Health. His multifaceted contributions extended to his role as the Speaker of the Balochistan Provincial Assembly, emphasizing a comprehensive approach to governance and leadership.

Nawab Mir Bai Khan, the ruler of the princely state of Makran, played a pivotal role in the region’s historical context. Notably, his stance on the occasion of accession to Pakistan marked a defining moment. He boldly declared, “We will never accept Kalat’s hegemony. I declare our merging with the newly born Muslim State of Pakistan,” reflecting a decisive commitment to Pakistan’s sovereignty.

The meeting between Haji Muhammad Iqbal Baloch, Jam Mir Ghulam Qadir, and Nawab Mir Bai Khan signifies a collaborative effort to address the challenges and opportunities facing Balochistan during its formative years. Such engagements paved the way for strategic initiatives and cooperative measures aimed at advancing the socio-economic development of the region.

As we reflect on this historic moment, it serves as a testament to the foresight and dedication of Visionary Group’s founder and the visionary leaders of Balochistan. Stay tuned for in-depth coverage as we explore the enduring impact of these interactions on the socio-political fabric of Balochistan and the region at large.

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