During his life time Allah Bakhsh Gabol donated vast areas of land to the poor, especially the Baloch of Karachi and Sindh. There are still many schools and cultural centres in his name that exist today, including the famous Gabol Football Park. He donated the land for Quaid-e-Azam's mausoleum to the people of Pakistan. Because of his contributions, he is still remembered by the people of the region.
Being the largest Baloch urban centre, Karachi has played an important role for the development of the Baloch national consciousness. Karachi is not only the cradle of the modern Balochi literary movement, but also the centre of the modern Baloch politics. Simultaneous with formation of the Anjuman, the Baloch intellectuals in Karachi formed a nationalist organisation, called the Baloch League. Gholam Mohammad Noor ud-Din, educated from Bombay, was appointed as its president. The other members of its leadership were: Waja Omar Bakhsh Sabera, a famous merchant, Maolavi Mohammad Osman, Mehrab Khan, Issa Khan, Maolavi Abdul Samad Sarbazi, Khan Sahib Osman, Pir Bakhsh Shahdad and Allah Bakhsh Gabol. In its annual conference in 1930, the League condemned Magasi's imprisonment and openly demanded his immediate release from the British authorities. In the late 1930s, after his graduation from Aligarh University, the legendary nationalist leader, Ghaus Bakhsh Bizenjo also joined the League.