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Founder Patron:
Mr. Arif Choudhary

Lord Rami Ranger CBE

Co - Chairman:
Dr. Ashraf Chohan

Vice Chairman:
Mr. Khalid Ibrahim
Dr. Pradeep Anand

Mr Mobeen Rasheed

Vice President:
Mr. Hardip Singh
Mr Mahendrasinh Jadeja
Mr. Mustafa Mohammed

Secretary General and Spokesperson:
Mr. Nayaz Qazi

Finance Secretary:
Mr. Mohan Khurana

Ms. Teji Singh
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Mr. Asif Malik
Mr. Bashir Khwaja

  History was made in 2007
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Please Click Here for The Press Release of the Official UK Launch of the Pakistan India & UK Friendship Forum On 8th February 2007 at The House Of Commons
Our Mission Statement
Under the chairmanship of Lord Rami Ranger CBE and with the support of an eminent committee and public figures including:
The Rt. Hon Keith Vaz MP The Rt. Hon. Dominic Grieve MP
Lord Karan Bilimoria CBE Mr Stephen Pound MP
Lord Mohammed Sheikh Baroness Sandip Verma
Mr Srichand Hinduja Sir Mohammed Anwar Pervez OBE
Prof. Nat Puri CBE Mr Fakhruddin Suterwalla
Mr T D Wouhra MBE Mr. Richard Harrington MP
Mr Anil Sharma Cllr. Kemal Butt

The Pakistan India Friendship Forum

UK will be officially launched on 8th of February 2007 at the House of Commons.

This is a non political, non religious organisation.

The Aims are:

To celebrate, share and promote the rich cultural heritage that people of India and Pakistan have to offer the World through their shared history, art, music, dance, food, language and religions.

To acknowledge the unbreakable bonds (Rishtaas) of culture and geography both communities share and to continue to create greater harmony and trust regardless of creed, colour or religion.

To continue working together and embracing common goals for an everlasting legacy of peace, tolerance and understanding.

To eliminate suspicion and mistrust between the communities here in Britain in order to achieve better community cohesion and race relations as no country can ever benefit while different communities are pulling the nation in different directions.

These aspirations will be supported through joint fundraising events and the promotion of charitable causes within the Indian and Pakistani communities of the UK.