He was 81 and is survived by two sons and five daughters.
Baig, a diabetic, died at his home due to sudden heart failure around 9 AM, his younger son Noorul Hasan Baig told PTI.
The two-term Lok Sabha MP from Madhya Pradesh, Baig was first elected to the lower house from Bhopal on Bhartiya Lok Dal ticket in 1977 by defeating Dr Shankar Dayal Sharma, who later became President.
Thereafter, he was made the Union Minister, Hasan said.
He was again elected to Lok Sabha on BJP ticket by defeating Aslam Sher Khan of Congress from Betul in 1989, his son said.
Baig had left the BJP in 1996 to join Congress, but could not gel with that party. He rejoined BJP in 2003 and in 2013 fought his last polls from Bhopal North Assembly seat unsuccessfully, his son said.
Hasan said his father was jailed for 19 months during the emergency in 1975 along with senior BJP leaders, Kushabhau Thakre and many others.
Baig would be laid to rest tonight at his ancestral graveyard near Central Library, Bharat Talkies, Bhopal, Hasan added.
Published Date: Sep 05, 2016 05:46 pm | Updated Date: Sep 05, 2016 05:49 pm
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