Community be equipped with modern education to be strong: Raja Ashfaq

BIRMINGHAM: Pakistan Community Development Network (PCDN) is playing an important role in highlighting the capacities of the Pakistani community in Britain and there is no doubt in the notion that Pakistani community in Britain needs change, said Chairman PCDN Raja Ashfaq Ahmed, while presiding over a meeting arranged to give awards to professionals having outstanding performance in different fields of life.
“We have to join hands to bring out community from the problems it is facing and by imparting education to youth in Birmingham, we will make the community strong and stable both economically and socially”, Raja Ashfaq said.
He further said that the PCDN along with entire Pakistani and Kashmiri community will use its efforts to promote the youth to get government jobs having important position, so that they can play better role to resolve problems of the community. “We have invited some important personalities having influence on community”, he added.
Police and Crime commissioner Bob John, Deputy Crime Commissioner Yuna Masckenu, Police Chief Constable of Kameria Stewart Hide, Chairman West Midland Ambulance Service Sir Graim Mildarm, Chief Fire Serviice Vijay Indina, Assistant Chief Constable of West Midland Mark Belly, Senior Superintendent Mir Wais Khan, Consul General Pakistan Sher Bahadur Khan, Head of Equality Diversity Dr Mashooq Ali and Vice Chancellor auston University Dem Julia participated as guests of honour in the meeting.
The meeting was also attended by Barrister Rashid Mirza, Raja Muhammad Amin, Raja Ashiq, besides Police Service, City Council, Fire Service, and Ambulance Serive officials.
At the end awards were distributed among people belonging to different sectors including journalism.