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Twitter Reacted! Indian Hockey Legend Mohammed Shahid Passes Away at 56 Age

Twitter Reacted! Indian Hockey Legend Mohammed Shahid Passes Away at 56 Age :- New Delhi : Mohammad Shahid, the Who is an Indian hockey legend was passed away today due to multiple organ failures for being treated in a private hospital in Gurgaon, Where he was only 56 year And we lost the Indian hockey legend, who rise up hockey game from the Indian nation.



According to the source reports, Where early in the today’s morning, around 10:45 a.m. that he stopped his last breath, and he was suffering from the multiple organ failures critical problem and he wins the numerous hockey match but he lost his fight between the life and die.

Indian hockey wizard Mohammed Shahid dies aged 56

After that, the son of the legend Mohammad Shahid, Which name Mohammed Saif and he told in a statement that the late Mohammad Shahid dead body will be taken to Varanasi holy city and last services will be conducted there tomorrow.

Indian hockey wizard Mohammed Shahid dies aged 561

While the 56-year-old legend Mohammad Shahid was admitted to the Medanta the Medicity private hospital this month following an incident of disease and dengue complicated his condition.

Then He was shifted from Varanasi and recognized for his spelling abilities, Shahid was seen as one of India’s multiple outstanding hockey players.

He was a man from the V Baskaran made Indian group that won a gold award at the 1980 Moscow Olympics.

He was moreover a member of the national organization that won a silver medal at the Delhi Asian Games in 1982.

Also, He won the bronze medal in the Seoul Asiad in 1986.

late Mohammed Shahid was born on 14 April 1960 in Varanasi holy city, Uttar Pradesh. He made his initial debut for India in the junior team in 1979 at the Junior World Cup .

Also, Shahid made his initial senior team debut the same year in a four-nation competition in Kuala Lumpur following the captaincy of Vasudevan Baskaran.

He was winning the awards as Arjuna Award in the 1980 and
Padma Shri in the 1986.