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Politician
Member of Parliament for Glasgow Central Party: Labour
Mohammad Sarwar
Mohammad Sarwar (born 18th August 1952, Faisalabad, Pakistan)
He is a politician in the United Kingdom.
Sarwar done BA in Political Science, English and Urdu, University of Faselabad. Member of Parliament for Glasgow Central Labour Party. He was the UK's first Muslim MP, and an opponent of the 2003 Iraq war. He was re-elected in Glasgow Govan in the 2001 general election. The 2005 general election saw boundary changes in Scotland, so he fought and won the new constituency of Glasgow Central. He played major part in successful campaign for Govan shipyard in Parliament and across Scotland. Considerable experience in charity fundraising and has undertaken charity abseils down Glasgow Marriott Hotel and the Finnieston Crane. He is chairman of the Scottish Affairs.

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Politician
Lord Nazir Ahmed
Nazir Ahmed (born 1957, Mirpur, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan)
He was educated in Rotherham, South Yorkshire and read public administration at Sheffield University.
He joined the Labour Party when he was 18 years old.
He was a local councillor during the 1990s, as well as serving as a JP on the magistrates' bench, chairing the South Yorkshire Labour Party for four years and acting as a non-executive director of Rotherham Health Authority.
He is a Labour member of the House of Lords
He was in 1998 made Britain's first Muslim peer, and was raised to the peerage as Baron Ahmed, of Rotherham in the County of South Yorkshire.
In 1998 Ahmed was appointed to the House of Lords and took his oath on the Qur'an. He was also one of the youngest peers to achieve this position at the age of 40.
On February 23, 2005, Lord Ahmed hosted a book launch in the House of Lords for an author by the name of Israel Shamir.




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Politician
Information and Broadcasting Division, Govt of PAKISTAN
Mr. Tariq Azim Khan
He was born in Rawalpindi and gained a BSc in Chemistry from Gordon College in 1963. During his school days he won major debating competitions and in college he was the secretary of the students union.
Tariq Azim arrived in London to do post graduate study in Industrial Administration which he completed in 1967.
While at university he established the Asian Students Association in 1967/8 and was elected chairman. He spent his first five years in the UK at London and then Brunel University gaining an MBA at the later in 1969.
Tariq Azim was elected the first secretary general of the National Organisation of African, Asian and Caribbean peoples which was an umbrella organisation formed when 550 ethnic groups met at Birmingham University in 1976.
Since then he has been a member of the various community organisations and was elected general secretary of the UK Pakistan Cultural Foundation when it was set up in 1985. He was also a founding member and director of the UK Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and was Convenor of the Chamber.
Tariq Azim was elected the first secretary general of the National Organisation of African,
Asian and Caribbean peoples which was an umbrella organisation formed when 550 ethnic groups met at Birmingham University in 1976.






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Politician
Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain
SIR IQBAL SACRANIE
Sir Iqbal AKM Sacranie OBE, has been actively involved in community and charitable work for the last thirty-five years in the UK (local and national) and overseas. His main interest has been to ensure that ethnic communities are treated fairly, equally and justly and given due recognition for their contribution to society.

Sacranie is a businessman, born in Malawi and who arrived in the United Kingdom for further studies in 1969. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Financial Accountants and an Associate of the Institute of Administrative Management.

Sacranie was the founding Secretary General when the MCB was established in 1997. In 2004 Sacranie was re-elected the Secretary General of The Muslim Council of Britain, a national umbrella and representative body of British Muslims.







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