No compromise on ‘Khatm-e-Nabuwat’ and Kashmir; says Sardar Attique

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BIRMINGHAM: A conference ”Kashmir Seeks Attention” hosted by AJK Muslim Conference, UK was held at  Zymals Banqueting Suite & Catering Services in Birmingham. The chief guest President of All Jammu Kashmir Muslim Conference former Prime Minister of AJK Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan said Pakistan will not compromise on the issues of Khatam-e- Naboowat and Kashmir.

BIRMINGHAM: Sardar Attique Ahmed, Roger Godsiff MP, Ch. Bashir Ratvi,Pir Tayyab Rehman Qadri, Nazir Qureshi, Mr. Akhtar, Ch. Mohammad Khan, Raja Zaheer Kiyani, Sohrab Khan, Azhar Gilani, Shafique Shah and others speaking at the Kashmir Conference. (Report and pictures by S.M. Irfan Tahir)

“International lobby groups should play a stronger role in relation to the Kashmir issue than Islamabad and Muzaffarabad. Oversees Kashmiris are needed to lobby alongside Mps and MEPs”. He said that the Kashmiri movement needs a stronger element of youth membership. “Solutions for the issues of Kashmir and South Asia are needed prior to allowing India to become a permanent member of United Nations Security Council”.
The conference, hosted Ch Bashir Ratvi, was attended by MP Roger Godsiff, Sardar Usman Ali Khan , Raja Farooq Khan, Sardar Sohrab Khan, Nazir Ahmed Qureshi, Raja Zulqarnain, Azhar Gillani, Ch Akhtar Hussain, Cllr Shafique Shah, Tasawar Aslam, Raja Zaheer Kiyani, Sahibzada Pir Mohammed Tayyab u Rehman Qadri,Ch Mohammed Khan, Shabbir Malik, Raja Ishaq,Cllr FazalCh, Cllr Azeem, Malik Asif, Mohammed Suleman Mora Kanyal, Haji Abdul Khaliq Qadri, Cllr Abdul Rashid, Professor Imtiaz, Sardar Firdous, Naeem Sharbat, Javed Abbasi, Mohammed Sagheer Rajpoot, Mumtaz Butt, Haji Mohammed Khan, Amjad Abbasi, Raja Rauf, Ch Arif Keervi, Yasir Baseer, Azad Malik, Sardar Shakeel Ahmed Khan, Sajid Gillani, Ch Matloob, Maulana Mohammed Altaf, Raja Khalid Zargar, Ch Zahid Aziz, Nazakat Ali and many others. 8 Friday 24 November – Thursday 30 November 2017 UK News No compromise on ‘Khatm-e-Nabuwat’ and Kashmir; says Sardar Attique BIRMINGHAM: Sardar Attique Ahmed, Roger Godsiff MP, Ch. Bashir Ratvi,Pir Tayyab Rehman Qadri, Nazir Qureshi, Mr. Akhtar, Ch. Mohammad Khan, Raja Zaheer Kiyani, Sohrab Khan, Azhar Gilani, Shafique Shah and others speaking at the Kashmir Conference. (Report and pictures by S.M. Irfan Tahir) LONDON: A weekly ‘Mehfil-e-Zikar’ (religious gathering) was held at the residence of former Cllr Mahmood Hussain in Walthamstow, organized by Naqashbandia Aslamia Asgaria, London. Similar weekly meetings were held throughout the UK including various parts of London.

LONDON: A weekly ‘Mehfil-e-Zikar’ (religious gathering) was held at the residence of former Cllr Mahmood Hussain in Walthamstow, organized by Naqashbandia Aslamia Asgaria, London. Similar weekly meetings were held throughout the UK including various parts of London. The speakers on the occasion urged attendees to follow the principals of Islam and serve the humany without any discrimination of cast, creed and colour.

The speakers on the occasion urged attendees to follow the principals of Islam and serve the humany without any discrimination of cast, creed and colour. LONDON: The Night Tube will extend to the London Overground for the first time on Friday 15 December. The 24-hour service will operate on Friday and Saturday between New Cross Gate and Dalston Junction – extending to Highbury & Islington next year. London Overground will become the sixth line to run the late-night service. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said the service would “help thousands more who are working through the night or out enjoying our capital’s nightlife”. About 300,000 journeys are being made every weekend on London’s Night Tube service. Friday and Saturday nights between New Cross Gate and Dalston Junction. Due to Crossrail work taking place at Whitechapel station, London Overground night services will initially not stop at that station until works are complete. Services are expected to call at Whit e chape l from summer 2018. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the London Overground. The former Silverlink Metro service is run by Arriva Rail London on behalf of Transport for London (TfL). Jonathan Fox, director of TfL’s rail and sponsored services, said extending the Night Tube, would “help support thousands of people working in night-time jobs and boost the local and wider economy.”