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London (Chaudhry Tabriz Awrah) A condolence ceremony was held in London under the leadership of Pakistan Press Club in London to pay tribute to late journalist Mubin Chaudhry for his twenty years of journalistic service in Great Britain. High Commissioner of Pakistan Muazzam Ahmed Khan, who was sent to Great Britain as a special guest, took part in the condolence statement.
From the condolence note Mayor of Lewisham Tauseef Anwar Patron of Press Club of Pakistan, London, Senior Journalist, Author and Writer Afzal Chaudhry, Chairman of Press Club of Pakistan Farid Qureshi, Senior Vice President Chaudhry Tabriz Ora, Secretary General Naveed Sajjad, Pakistan Journalists Association. Secretary General Ghulam Hussain Awan, President of Pakistan International Press Club Shaukat Dar, former mayor of London Borough of Waltham Forest Chaudhry Liaquat Ali, head of Muslim Friends of Labor of Great Britain Chaudhary Shaukat Ali and other speakers spoke. Mohammad Rafiq Mughal, Vice President of Pakistan Press Club of London, expressed his condolences in the statement of the association. Pakistan Press Club Finance Secretary and Patron Ijaz Ahmed, Vice President Salim Sabri, Information Secretary Safina Khan, Digital Coordinator Sagir Bhatti, PPC London Senior Manager Reza Syed, Waqos Ahmed, Asad Ali Muhandis supervised the administrative work of the link. Mushtaq Apjo, president of Chaudhry Woodwood, was also present at the condolence speech in memory of Mubin Chaudhry. The London business community, the legal community, councillors, former mayors, leading people of various political, social, welfare and women’s parties participated. The High Commissioner of Pakistan Muazzam Ahmed Khan said in his speech that the High Commission of Pakistan appreciates the journalistic services of Mubin Chaudhry. The doors of Pakistan High Commission are open to host PPC London event. The High Commissioner of Pakistan announced that the High Commission of Pakistan will pay the cost of Mubin Chaudhry’s body to Pakistan. Muazzam Ahmed Khan, the High Commissioner of Pakistan said that journalism is a noble profession, some people carry this mission to their final destination, which is a torch for the people left behind. The High Commissioner of Pakistan said that the main way to pay tribute to Mubin Chaudhry is to continue his positive journalistic activities. Other speakers in their speeches paid tribute to Mubin Chaudhry’s services as a journalist, his work for the stability of Pakistan and his support for the freedom of Kashmir. A condolence note was recited for Mubin Chaudhry and prayers were also offered for his reward.