Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan to arrive in UK on April 6
Muzaffarabad: President All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference and former AJK Prime Minister Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan will leave for the United Kingdom on April 6.
According to party sources, Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan will address workers conventions of the party and gathering of British Kashmiri Community in different cities of UK during his weeklong visit to the country.
He will also address a religious congregation to be organized by the prominent spiritual leader, Peer Alauddin Siddiqi at Birmingham City of Midlands besides addressing a memorial reference to be organized by Muslim Conference UK for paying homage to late Mujahid Awal Sardar Muhammad Abdul Qayyum Khan.
A meeting of the office-bearers and workers of Muslim Conference UK Chapter chaired by its president Malik Shabir Hussain and participated by former president MC UK, Chaudhry Bashir Ratvi, General Secretary of the party, Councilor Riyaz Butt, Mumtaz Butt, Azad Nakyalvi, Amjad Abbasi, Raja Raza Khan, Sardar Jawed Abbasi, Profess Imtiaz, Raja Ishaq Shakeel Advocate and others was held at Nottingham.
The meeting finalized and reviewed the preparations for party president’s visit and decided to accord warm a welcome to him during his visit. Speaking on the occasion, the speakers including Sardar Jawed Abbasi said that Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan is not only carrying forward the Mission of Raees-ul- Ahrar, Chaudhry Ghulam Abbas and Mujahid Awal Sardar Abdul Qayyum Khan but is also the only leader with the capability to present Kashmir issue at international level in an effective manner.
They further said that Sardar Attique Khan is battling to preserve the honour and dignity of the people of Azad Jammu and Kashmir and deserves to be supported by all conscientious Kashmiris living in any part of the world.
They appealed to the British Kashmiris to accord a rousing welcome to Muslim Conference President during his visit to the UK and fully participate in the programs to be organized on his arrival in the UK.