I have spent 30 years of my life in Britain and have gone through to British and Pakistani political and social processes. I have seen various charities and social organizations. I am well connected to our Pakistani community as well as to other communities and most important to our British born new generation.
After going through to all this I realized, despite having many political, social and humanitarian organizations, core issues of our community were not properly addressed.
I always wanted to provide a platform not only to our community but also to other communities living in the UK to express themselves without any political and religious differences. To create an atmosphere of tolerance and mutual respect of difference of opinions.
For me Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah is a role model. His leadership qualities and vision always mesmerized me.
I believe Quaid-e-Azam Trust is a step which represents communities without any disparity. Members of Quaid-e-Azam Trust represent diverse backgrounds and cultures they are from Punjab, Sindh, KPK, Baluchistan, Kashmir, Gilgit and Baltistan. In my point of view and in current situation we need to fully concentrate on our youth. They are going away from our true religion, rich culture and significant history.
With success comes responsibility, so we take care to reinvest in protecting and developing youth and communities by maintaining British values. We live and work in the communities where our roots come from and take our responsibilities to society seriously.