APML Celebrates I-Day In Dubai

Pak committees showcase national solidarity

By Jamil Khan @ The Gulf Today-Sharjah, Aug 17, 2014
APML-1DUBAI: The celebrations of Pakistan’s 68th Independence Day continued as more and more segments of the community, especially workers and supporters of different political parties and others residing in the UAE, expressed their national enthusiasm.
The workers and members of the central working committee of former president Pervez Musharaf’s party, All Pakistan Muslim League (APML), in the UAE organised a ceremony to celebrate the country’s Independence Day in Dubai.
The ceremony was attended by office-bearers of the UAE chapter of APML, which included Salim Shad, president, Shahswar, senior vice president, M.G. Shehzad, general secretary, Zahaib Nabeel, joint secretary, Tabish Zaidi, information secretary besides Omar Baloch, Muhamamd Raziq, Danish Qazi and others.
After cutting a cake decorated in the colours of the national flag, Shad highlighted the country’s ongoing situation in the wake of two political rallies in Islamabad and pointed that the government should resolve the crisis accordingly.
“Pakistan can only progress if we follow the message of Pervez Musharraf, that of ‘Pakistan First’. We are assured that our country will once again be prosperous under the leadership of APML,” he added.
However, members of the Pakistan Journalist Forum, a body representing working mediapersons, also celebrated the Independence Day by cutting a cake at the Pakistan Association, Dubai premises.Those who participated included Ashfaq Ahmed, Tahir Munir Tahir, Mohammed Qadeer Siddiqi, Manzoor Bhatti, Salman Jazib, Jamil Khan, Arshad Anjum, Attiqur Rehman and others.
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~ by jamilkhan on August 17, 2014.

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