Pak Youth attaining better space in British society: Mayor Oldham

OLDHAM: Mayor of Oldham councillor Ateeq Ur Rehman has said the youth of Pakistani community is attaining a better space in British society due to its capacity and capability and has shown its mettle in every field of life.
He was addressing a chief guest in a function organized by Pakistani youth that came to Britain for education. Muhammad Yaseen was stage secretary and he highlighted the aims and objectives of the institution. Hafiz Wajid Ur Rehman opened the function with the recitation from Holy Quran.
Mayor Ateeq Ur Rehman opened the office of The Tax.
Mayor said the youth of Pakistan that came to Britain for higher education, are roll-models for every Pakistani in general and youth of Pakistani community in particular. They have completed their education and established an institution to support others in education, employment and are sending huge foreign exchange to Pakistan, he maintained.
Ateeq Ur Rehman mentioned Pakistani youth like Muhammad Yaseen, Hassan Naveed, Rana Abdul Rauf, Tahir Naveed, Raheel Arshad and Mian Zeshan and congratulated these young men who are inspiration for not only Pakistani youth but for others as well. He said these young men are asset of nation and country, who are not only playing their role in development of British society but also strengthening Pakistan’s economy by sending huge foreign exchange.
Highlighting the aims and objectives of the institution, Muhammad Yaseen said all working in the organization are youth and they are in Britain for higher education and now they are successful Business entrepreneurs.
Hassan Naveed said the aim of the organization is to provide the services to Pakistani community at its doorstep. “We are providing consultation to business men so that they can manage their business in a better way.
Rana Abdul Rauf, Tahir Naveed, Raheel Arshad, Mian Zeeshan, Azhar Shah, Chaudhry Azhar also addressed the gathering.