ROCHDALE: Mr Ahsan Chattha President PMLN Ireland called on the Chief Coordinator of the PMLN Intl Affairs Barrister Amjad Malik at his chambers at Rochdale on Saturday 28 August. They discussed matters of mutual interest.
Ahsan Chattha thanked Mr Malik for the invitation and the good work he has started in overseas. He expected that PMLN efforts will be fruitful in galvanising the plight of 8 million overseas Pakistanis.
He thanked the leadership Quaid PMLN Mian Nawaz Sharif, President PMLN Mian Shahbaz Sharif and President International Affairs Ishaq Dar for the trust and confidence bestowed on him and that he will do his utmost to support and carry the message of PMLN forward. He apprised him of the PMLN chapter in Ireland, the needs to reorganise Europe and issues common people are facing and challenges in coming months/years in Europe.
Barrister Amjad Malik welcomed him in his office and thanked for his timely role to save Pakistan embassy in Dublin during PMLN time in Govt. He confirmed that modern era demands modern means of communication and organisation to galvanise support in order to strengthen PMLN stance on democracy, governance, justice and fair play. He said we will jointly enhance membership, connect with people and make our presence known through media and social media, and our voice will be heard.
Amjad Malik said that Whilst in Government,PMLN through OPF in centre and OPC in Punjab connected with people in the PMLN administration indiscriminately with the 8 million overseas Pakistanis. Their plight was heard, their claims were made and their grievances were resolved.
He said overseas Pakistanis are very dear to the leadership of PMLN. Whenever time comes, PMLN will once again deliver through representation in decision making bodies, aptly handling grievances and enhancing overseas investments through facilitating their safe and sound home coming.
Barrister Amjad Malik presented his book ‘Road to Pakistan’ to the visiting guest comprising of his work / articles as Chairman Board of Governors of the Overseas Pakistanis Foundation.