Mian Saleem discusses
Pak issues with Amjad Malik


ROCHDALE: Mian Saleem Raza Coordinator of former PM Mian Nawaz Sharif called on Barrister Amjad Malik, the Chief Coordinator of international affairs PML(N)at his chamber at Rochdale on 2 September 2021. Both discussed current affairs of Pakistan, deteriorating economy and the weakening quality of justice, public anxiety over increasing prices of common goods.

ROCHDALE: Barrister Amjad Malik presenting his book to Mian Saleem Raza.

Visiting delegate Mian Saleem Raza termed Nawaz Sharif era a golden one when public service projects were not only ensued but completed too. He said we can gauge the destruction of governance from one fact that Lahore, Rawalpindi, Multan metro was completed with Shehbaz Speed in 103 billion rupees successfully where as Peshawar metro under changed Pakistan under Imran Khan has cost 106 billion from exchequer and still public is experiencing teething problems.

Group picture taken at the meeting shows (from left) Mian Saleem Raza, Barrister Amjad Malik and Aslam Jalal.

Barrister Amjad Malik welcomed the guests in town and said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has vision, experience and dedicated team to complete what he starts. He has his brother a role model, brilliant administrator Shehbaz Sharif as party chief. He has his Finance advisor Ishaq Dar who brought nuclear changes in the way economy operates in Pakistan. kept dollar under 100 rupees, brought GDP to 5.8, introduced fiscal discipline and CPEC like projects started in his era. In PMLN reign overseas Pakistanis were respected and green passport was valued overseas, Pakistan had a full time Ministers for overseas in cabinet. He said God willing this time will come again when vote will get respect, cast and counted with respect and accuracy. On this occasion a special condolence prayer was offered for the ‘maghfrat’ of Syed Ali Gillani a great Kashmiri rights leader who died in Kashmir and first Chief Minister of Baluchistan sardar Atta Ullah Mengal who recently died.

Barrister Amjad Malik presented his book Road to Pakistan to visiting delegates. Community leader Aslam Jalal was present on the occasion.