London: Conservative Friends of Pakistan organized a significant reception and networking event at the Conservative Campaign Headquarters in London.
The event was hosted by Chairman Conservative Friends of Pakistan, Lord Zameer Ahmad Chaudhry, and his team. The Right Honourable Greg Hand MP, Chairman of the Conservative Party, along with other members of the British Parliament and officials and members of the Conservative Friends of Pakistan, participated in this special occasion.
The speakers emphasized the importance of expatriate Pakistanis actively engaging in decision-making processes and strengthening the relations between Britain and Pakistan. They highlighted that the ruling Conservative Party is committed to serving the nation without discrimination based on race or colour. Pakistani youth were encouraged to play an active and vital role in various institutions such as the House of Lords, House of Commons, local councils, and others.
Furthermore, it was emphasized that Conservative Friends of Pakistan serves as a bridge to enhance the relationship between Britain and Pakistan, and it’s the responsibility of every British-Native Pakistani to support this cooperation. Chairman Conservative Friends of Pakistan, Lord Zameer Ahmad Chaudhry, underscored the importance of Pakistani businessmen dedicating themselves to serving immigrants by becoming part of the ruling Conservative Party. He also stressed that residing in a democracy like Britain allows them to contribute to Pakistan in diplomatic and economic fields, among others.
During the event, Ahmreen Raza OBE provided insights into the Conservative friends of Pakistan’s near-future plans and actions concerning the upcoming elections.
Notable figures in attendance included Member of British Parliament Sir Iain Duncan Smith, Councillor Qaiser Chaudhry, former Mayor of Chesham Councillor Sam Akhtar, Director of Conservative Friends of Pakistan Hasan Afzal Rana, Mahmood Khan Niazi, Barrister Shazia Anjum, Muhammad Owais Rajput, Chaudhry Muhammad Naseem, Miss Sadia and others.
Report by S M Irfan Tahir Photojournalist / Member National Union of Journalists (NUJ) Great Britain.