Prominent Community Leaders Host Fundraising Dinner in West London

West London — In a display of solidarity and philanthropy, Raja Sikander Khan, Chairman, and Kala Khan, President of the Kashmiri International outfit representing the diaspora, and the esteemed think tank Global Pak Kashmir Supreme Council (GPKSC), organized a grand dinner and fundraising event. The event honored the Chairman of Al Mustafa Charity Trust, Lt. General Muhammad Mustafa Khan (Retd), and was attended by a diverse group of individuals from various walks of life.

The evening commenced with a recitation of verses from the Holy Quran, followed by a heartfelt naat performed by Qasim Khan. Chairman GPKSC, Raja Sikander Khan, welcomed the attendees and provided an overview of Al Mustafa Charity Trust’s mission and activities. Lt. General Muhammad Mustafa Khan (Retd) then presented a comprehensive introduction to the charity, highlighting its ongoing projects and future objectives through a detailed video presentation.

The event proceeded with a successful fundraising segment led by Dr. Sheikh Ramzy, who managed to garner substantial support for the Al Mustafa Charity Trust. The generous contributions from the attendees underscored the community’s commitment to the charity’s noble causes.

President Kala Khan expressed his gratitude to all participants for their presence and generosity. The formal part of the evening concluded with a dinner, during which guests mingled, took photographs, and shared moments with Lt. General Muhammad Mustafa Khan and other dignitaries.

Among the distinguished guests were Brigadier (Retd) Naeem Ahmed, former Mayor of Hounslow and candidate for the British Parliament Nisar Malik, business tycoon Raja Mazhar Hayat, former Mayor of High Wycombe Ch. M. Shafique MBE, President of GPKSC AJK Chapter Syed Shabbir Ahmed, SVP GPKSC Greater London Khurram Shahzad Rajput, Imam and Director of Oxford University Dr. Sheikh Ramzy, Chairperson of Muslim Rose Welfare Sarah Qayyum, Kashmiri Activist Rehana Ali, Ex-Councilor Zahida Noori, Lord Pasha, and many others.

The event was a remarkable success, not only raising significant funds for Al Mustafa Charity Trust but also strengthening community bonds and highlighting the impactful work of Kashmiri diaspora organizations.

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